Does Hannah Brown Want A Second Chance At ‘The Bachelorette’?

While Hannah Brown became a role model for women everywhere during her season of The Bachelorette, she didn’t walk away from the show with a husband, which she, initially, wanted so badly. 

She was robbed from her happy ending when she found out that her season winner, Jed Wyatt, had come on the show with a girlfriend back home waiting for him. On “After The Final Rose,” she announced that her engagement to Wyatt was officially off. 

Hannah Brown | Rodin Eckenroth/Getty Images
Hannah Brown | Rodin Eckenroth/Getty Images

Before the episode was over, she asked her runner-up, Tyler Cameron, out for drinks because she “still [has] feelings.” But Brown says she’s very much single and that she’d like to keep her options open, just as Cameron is (hello Gigi Hadid). 

Bachelor Nation wants Hannah Brown to be The Bachelorette again

But since Brown didn’t end up with a fiance at the end of her Bachelorette journey, many fans have been suggesting she get another shot. 

“Hannah for Bachelorette AGAIN,” tweeted one fan. 

#jedwyatt is the worst person on this planet. I vote Hannah to be #bachelorette  again,” tweeted another. 

“Can we have @AlabamaHannah as bachelorette again??? She deserves another go! #TheBachelorette #TheBachelorette2020,” wrote another fan. 

“Not to be dramatic but if Hannah doesn’t get to be bachelorette again I’m rioting,” tweeted another. 

Does Hannah Brown want to do ‘The Bachelorette’ again?

But just because Bachelor Nation wants Brown to be The Bachelorette again doesn’t mean it’s on the top of her list. In a recent interview with Us Weekly, Brown said she’s really content with her life right now. 

“I really like the life I’m living right now, so I don’t think I need a second chance,” she said. “I think that I’m learning and growing. I’m a 24-year-old girl just figuring out life. I really learned a lot from being on The Bachelor and The Bachelorette, but as far as looking toward thinking about being the Bachelorette again right now, I can’t really think about that just yet. I know it’s a great experience for me, but I’m looking forward to different opportunities for my future.”

It sounds like she’s not completely opposed to the idea forever but, for now, she just wants to enjoy her current routine. 

Us Weekly also asked Brown about Cameron and Hadid but she avoided the question. 

“I’m not going to talk about Tyler or any of that stuff. Thank you, next,” she said, quoting Ariana Grande. 

“All the guys on my season, I wish them the best in life,” she continued. “I wish them happiness.”

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