‘The Bachelorette’: Hannah Brown’s Finale Will be More Dramatic Than Colton Underwood’s

Every season of The Bachelor or Bachelorette is called the most dramatic season ever at some point. Whether that is true or not, largely depends on the lead and the contestants that they have left.

If you look at Hannah Brown’s season, you may think that all of the dramatic moments have passed. Luke Parker was the villain of the season and he caused a lot of issues with, not only Brown, but the rest of the men there as well. He left the show and came back twice to win Brown over. He was basically the definition of dramatic.

But now, Parker has gone home. Which would probably make you think that this season will be smooth sailing from here on out. All Brown has left to do is chose who she wants to spend her time in the real world with and everything will be wrapped up in a neat bow, right?

Apparently not. According to former Bachelorette Ali Fedotowsky, this finale is going to be way more dramatic than Colton Underwood’s Bachelor finale.

What happened with Underwood?

When Harrison said that Underwood’s season was dramatic, he wasn’t lying. Once the former football player got down to his final three women, instead of waiting and sending one home at a time, as per usual, he told Cassie Randolph that he wanted to be with her a few episodes early. This completely threw the normal route of the show off-kilter. And instead of being elated, Randolph actually decided to go home!

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This prompted Underwood to lose it and want to leave the show. When he eventually calmed down, he went back and tried to win Randolph’s heart again. She reluctantly agreed to continue dating him, and Underwood had to go to Tayshia Adams and Hannah Godwin’s hotel rooms to break up with them.

See, dramatic.

Why is Brown’s finale crazier?

Now that we are at the beginning of the two-part finale, people have been wondering how Brown’s story will end.

“I have [seen it],” Fedotowsky recently told Entertainment Tonight. “I know what happens. 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!”

Since filming, rumors have come out about both Jed Wyatt and Peter Weber having girlfriends back home, which left fans wondering if Brown was still with whoever she chose at the end.

 “It does not end the way it normally does,” the former Bachelorette continued.

When asked if Brown got a happy ending, Fedotowsky declined to comment.

“I cannot answer that question,” she said.

But one thing she could speak on, was Brown’s growth over the past season.

“I think Hannah’s grown a lot this season,” she told the outlet. “She’s young, I was very young when I was the Bachelorette. I made some questionable choices or did some questionable things.”