By Kayla Garritano

And they lived happily ever after? It has almost been two months since JoJo Fletcher said “yes” to Jordan Rodgers’ marriage proposal on The Bachelorette. According to, an insider said that the celebrity couple spent last weekend at the iHeart Radio Festival in Las Vegas, where they showed a lot of PDA. However, some people are saying their relationship may not be the real thing. “There are people who know Jordan and JoJo who still don’t know what to make of them,” said another inside source. “On the surface, they act happy and in-sync. But it’s sometimes hard to tell if it’s real or not. If this relationship doesn’t work out, both of them—JoJo especially—would loathe hearing the words, ‘I told you so.'”

In celebrity news, the gossip tree has not been kind to this Bachelorette couple. What are some ways to keep gossip from affecting your relationship?

Cupid’s Advice:

Gossip happens everywhere; with your gal pals, your significant other, or from anyone who loves to hear the “latest news.” However, it’s not fun for your private life. No worries, Cupid is here with some relationship advice:

1. Don’t listen to it: Everyone likes gossip. There’s something about it that can’t keep our ears away. But when it’s your personal life, you should stay away from it. Only hearing gossip about you may affect your emotions, and hurt your relationship. Turn your head the other way; you don’t need gossip to influence you and your partner.

Related Link: ‘Bachelorette’ Celebrity Couple JoJo Fletcher & Jordan Rodgers to Appear on ‘Ben and Lauren: Happily Ever After’

2. Shut it down: Gossiping can mean rumors, too. You don’t like what they’re saying about you and your partner? Tell them. You don’t need to prove yourself to anyone, but if you really want to show them that the gossip is wrong, let them know. They have to believe what you prove to them.

Related Link: Celebrity News: ‘Bachelor’ Ben Higgins Offers Advice to Ex JoJo Fletcher & Fiance

3. Turn it around: If you’re beginning to get into the middle of some gossip, turn the conversation around. Ask the other person how their day was, or what is going on in their life. The focus changes, and hopefully so does the conversation!

How have you kept gossip out of your relationship? Comment below!