JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers got engaged on “The Bachelorette” -- but Jojo still hasn’t met her sweetheart’s famous quarterback brother Aaron. (Courtesy ABC)

JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers got engaged on “The Bachelorette” -- but Jojo still hasn’t met her sweetheart’s famous quarterback brother Aaron. (Courtesy ABC)

Scoop: ‘Bachelorette’ JoJo, Jordan (and Aaron) not quite living happily ever after

Could it be that the most dramatic angle to JoJo Fletcher’s stint as “The Bachelorette” is the fact that she hasn’t met her fiancé (former pro quarterback) Jordan Rodgers’ brother Aaron Rodgers (the decidedly higher profile Green Bay Packers quarterback)?

On Monday night’s “After the Final Rose” special, host Chris Harrison asked if Jordan’s relationship with Aaron had changed.

His non-answer, according to USA Today, was: “Anything with my family, JoJo’s been a part of my family and any conversations we have about that moving forward are with us and about us and we’re excited about starting that journey with our families.”

Fletcher’s response to a query about whether she met Aaron: “No, I mean it’s the same situation that it’s been, but… it’s not the focus for us right now.”

Aaron’s comments about “The Bachelorette” are more pointed. He told Wisconsin station WISN, “I haven’t seen the show, to be honest with you, so it hasn’t really affected me a whole lot.”

On Jordan’s hometown date, Aaron and his girlfriend, actress Olivia Munn, were absent, and Munn told “Entertainment Tonight” the situation between the siblings is “complicated.”

So here’s more from the incestuous “Bachelor”/”Bachelorette” world: Brittany Farrar, a personal trainer, acquaintance of Munn, and Jordan’s ex, called him out on social media, accusing him of seeking, fame — not love — on TV.

Farrar’s Instagram links her to other “Bachelor” franchise folks, including Shawntel Newton — a fellow Chico native who appeared on Brad Womack and Ben Flajnik’s seasons of “The Bachelor” — and her sister, Destiny, who has been romantically tied to Aaron.

YELCHIN’S FAMILY SUES

Anton Yelchin’s parents are suing Fiat Chrysler over their son’s death.

In an emotional media conference Tueday, the actor’s father Victor told reporters, “We decided to come here to prevent other families with the same tragedy,” according to People.

His mother Irina added, “We were always proud of him being the greatest human being – not for being a star.”

The “Star Trek Beyond” actor, 27, died of accidental blunt traumatic asphyxia after he was pinned between his car and the gate of his home in Studio City, His 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee rolled backward down the steep driveway.

QUICK TAKES

Fox blabbemouth Bill O’Reilly and best-selling crime novelist James Patterson have written a picture book for tots ages 3 to 6 called “Give Please a Chance”; it’s slated for release in November. … Jimmy Fallon will host the 2017 Golden Globe Awards on Jan. 8.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY

Model Karlie Kloss is 24. … Actress Evangeline Lilly is 37. … Football player Tom Brady is 39. … Singer-guitarist James Hetfield of Metallica is 53. … Movie director John Landis is 66. … Lifestyle guru Martha Stewart is 75. … Actor Martin Sheen is 76. … Singer Tony Bennett is 90.

— Staff, wire reports

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