The final episode of “The Bachelorette” Season 12 is just around the corner, but JoJo Fletcher has yet to decide which of the four remaining men she’ll be settling down with.

In an interview with People magazine, the Dallas native said that she is excited her quest for love is coming to an end but admitted it is “emotional.” She also addressed rumors that she was leaning toward contestant Jordan Rodgers more than his competitors Luke Pell, Robby Hayes and Chase McNary. JoJo, 25, said it was never her intention to “rank the guys.” She assured People that each of the final four contestants on ABC’s “The Bachelorette” are “great guys.”

“It makes me sad that some guys think they might not be a front-runner,” she said. “But it’s true my relationships with Jordan and Luke were consistently strong. They made incredible first impressions, but they’re also really great guys.”

It appears JoJo’s decision won’t be getting any easier in the weeks to come. A sneak preview of the finale shows the star breaking down over the final two men. In addition to her struggle to decide who will get the final rose, it seems someone in the house is not being entirely truthful with JoJo. In one clip she can be heard explaining that she is “in love” with the mystery man, but can’t get over the hurt he caused her. Fans of the ABC series speculate that she is talking to Jordan, whom she has had numerous issues with throughout the season.

During one episode of “The Bachelorette,” JoJo confronted Jordan about a past relationship after meeting one of his ex-girlfriends. She questioned why his ex would say that there were issues with trust during the relationship and whether he had been unfaithful. Outside of the show questions have also arose about Jordan’s use of a dating site after filming, though he was quick to set the record straight on Twitter.

It is also possible that Robby is the man in question, as there were rumors circulating about his relationship status prior to appearing on the show. His ex-girlfriend claims that they were together until the day he got the call from producers that he’d been chosen to appear on “The Bachelorette.”