Aaron Rodgers, Shailene Woodley's happy couple travels take them to Hawaii
While the football world wonders — and that's an understatement — where Aaron Rodgers' head is at regarding his future as the Green Bay Packers quarterback, we know where he is physically: Hawaii.
He and fiancée Shailene Woodley were photographed Monday getting off a plane in Oahu and receiving the traditional island welcome of flower leis, as first reported by TMZ.
It's the second time photos of the couple on the tarmac have surfaced since their engagement became public in February. In March, they were spotted getting ready to board a private jet with friends in Costa Careyes, Mexico.
They have kept a busy travel itinerary in the last couple of months.
They turned up in Marchat the Best Cafe and Bar in Hot Springs, Arkansas, for a private meal prepared by the executive chef. They were at Disney's Hollywood Studios at Walt Disney World Resort in Florida over Easter weekend. Woodley joined Rodgers on his annual trip to the Kentucky Derby on May 1, where they were photographed with Packers offensive tackle David Bakhtiari, former Packers players A.J. Hawk and Randall Cobb and actor Miles Teller and their significant others.
Speculation is intense about whether Rodgers will return to the Packers after reports that he's unhappy and wants out, but we do know this much: He's been in a "Star Wars" state of mind lately.
He was photographed in a "Star Wars" T-shirt at Disney, wore one for an Instagram Live recap with Woodley of his first night as guest host on "Jeopardy!" and is wearing one in the Oahu photos.
It's a far different look than the slicked-back hair and suit-and-tie fashion during his two-week stint on "Jeopardy!" — thus the punchline about his resemblance to "Mad Men" actor Jon Hamm when he appeared as himself as "Jeopardy!" host on the May 12 episode of "The Conners."
On Monday, Rodgers shared highlights of video calls he made to business owners in his hometown of Chico, California, and throughout Butte County for the second round of grants from the Aaron Rodgers Small Business COVID-19 Relief Fund he started with the North Valley Community Foundation.
The fund has helped 159 small businesses with grants totaling $1,599,967. Rodgers contributed $1 million to help launch it, and "Jeopardy!" donated $236,725, a match of the total contestant winnings from his 10 episodes as host of the game show.
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