‘The Bachelorette’: Hannah Brown’s Finale ‘Does Not End The Way It Normally Does’
Hannah Brown’s Bachelorette season begins to wrap up tonight with the first installment of the two-part finale. Former Bachelorette Ali Fedotowsky got a sneak peek of Brown’s ending and she says it’s even more dramatic than Colton Underwood’s Bachelor finale.
“I have [seen it]. I know what happens,” Fedotowsky told ET. “It is unlike any finale there has ever been, and that’s the truth.”
Bachelor/ette host Chris Harrison has a reputation for saying each new finale is “the most dramatic in Bachelor/ette history.” But Fedotowsky says, when it comes to Brown’s ending, Harrison is right on the money this time.
Hannah Brown’s finale is more dramatic than Colton Underwood’s
“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 said. “I think this finale might top that finale!”
If your memory needs refreshing, Underwood’s season finale was truly wild. His season front-runner, Cassie Randolph, dumped him and attempted to leave the show. This led Underwood to, now infamously, hop over an eight-foot fence and escape into the night. He returned only to break up with the remaining two contestants and dedicate the rest of his time on the show to winning Randolph over. It worked, and the two are seemingly very happy together today, but it was a bumpy landing.
According to Fedotowsky, Brown’s finale is more dramatic than that.
The former Bachelorette says the finale is so dramatic because “it does not end the way it normally does.”
When asked if Brown gets a happy ending she said: “I cannot answer that question.”
Ali Fedotowsky’s critique of Hannah Brown as The Bachelorette
“It’s going to be good. It’s going to be good,” Fedotowsky promised. “I think Hannah’s grown a lot this season. She’s young, I was very young when I was the Bachelorette. I made some questionable choices or did some questionable things.”
Fedotowsky went on to say that she had one major critique of Brown this season, but that she supported her the whole way.
She didn’t like Brown “making it seem like the journey is just about her and not the others.”
She continued: “Like, a lot of times she would say, ‘This is my journey, this isn’t about you.’ But it’s about both people in a relationship. So, I think with some things I didn’t really agree with, but I always supported her even when I disagreed with her and I think she grew a lot.”
We don’t have to wait much longer to find out what really went down in Greece and who, if anyone, Brown ends up with.
The two-part Bachelorette finale takes place tonight and tomorrow night on ABC at 8 PM Pacific Time.