Tonight’s the night. After what felt like an eternity of sifting through Luke Parker drama and cringing at the television screen, we are finally at the beginning of the end of Hannah Brown’s season of The Bachelorette.
Now, Brown has three men left, Peter Weber, Tyler Cameron, and Jed Wyatt. She already sent Parker home in one of the most dramatic exits in Bachelorette history.
But apparently, the twists and turns of the season aren’t over. According to former Bachelorette, Ali Fedotowsky, this will be one of the craziest finales ever.
“I have [seen it]. I know what happens,” she told Entertainment Tonight. “It is unlike any finale there has ever been, and that’s the truth.”
“I know Chris Harrison says it every season — the most dramatic episode ever — and I’m like, ‘Chris, come on! This is like, so not! Sometimes it is, and sometimes it’s not.’ Last season with Colton, I thought, ‘Oh, we can’t get more dramatic than this,'” she explained. “I think this finale might top that finale!”
So what’s going to make the finale so insane?
People are pushed
No, we don’t mean that literally, but Wyatt and Weber probably would have liked that better than what actually does happen.
Both men have recently been accused of having romantic entanglements back home.
Wyatt’s ex, Haley Stevens, said that he went on the show to promote his music and that they had planned to be together once the show ended.
“Clearly, there’s been a lot of accusations, been a lot of things said about Jed… I wanna hear him talk,” host Chris Harrison told Entertainment Tonight at the Men Tell All recording. “I wanna hear him answer some questions and there are a lot of things that need to be said and I’m gonna push him, but I wanna have that conversation. But there are a lot of things that remain to be solved as we head into this two-night finale.”
Harrison wants to give Wyatt a chance to tell his side of the story tonight.
“Before we indict Jed, before we throw him in prison, before we stone him, let’s let him speak, and he has not had a chance to speak on his behalf,” he said. “I will say that part of what she said is true — he came on the show to promote his career. He admitted that. [It’s] not shocking where this may have ended up, but he was as honest as anybody I’ve ever seen [when he admitted he came on the show to promote his music]. Where it goes from there? It’s up to him.”
Weber has some explaining to do
Weber will also be in the hot seat for a bit.
“I know more about Peter, just because I did some digging,” Harrison continued. “Because some allegations were made in her claims that had to do with us and casting, so I was just curious so I asked around. In that regard, I’m less worried and less intrigued about Peter’s situation. Because I know some truths that either I’ll explain or Peter will explain.”
Brown ended up falling in love with her final two men, which caused her to have a breakdown on the way over to the proposal site.
“Hannah just fell down… Cary [Fetman, the stylist], are you there? We may need your help,” Harrison recalled hearing over the walkie talkie. “Dress is ripped. Hannah is hurt. Hannah might be bleeding.”
“She was in heels, she needed some air,” he said of the time. “Obviously she’s about to make the biggest, most important decision of her life. I think the world was closing in on her.”