‘The Bachelorette’: Hannah Brown’s Hometowns are Going to be a Disaster

Are we really ready for hometowns? Given how the rest of this season of The Bachelorette has gone, our guess would be, probably not.

Hannah Brown’s journey to find love has been bumpy at best. It almost seems like no one is there for the right reasons and most of the guys who were really there for her have been sent home.

Honestly, it’s looking bleak for Brown.

Who’s hometown is she going to?

As always, Brown will be heading to four of the contestants’ hometowns. She will be visiting Peter Weber, Luke Parker, Tyler Cameron, and Jed Wyatt in their home states.

She’ll be going to Westlake Village, California for Weber, Gainesville, Georgia for Parker, Jupiter, Florida for Cameron, and Knoxville, Tennessee for Wyatt.

What happens on the hometowns?

The trailer for the episode shows that the hometowns go exactly as we expected, awkwardly.

“I’m falling for all four men in different ways,” Brown, says in the promo for this week’s episode. “I don’t have clarity.”

And apparently, she makes some pretty tough decisions while going from hometown to hometown.

“Hannah heads to hometowns, but the search for answers leads to more questions, surprises, and a decision like we’ve never seen in Bachelorette history,” a voiceover says in the promo.

Obviously, one of the most anticipated hometowns is Parker’s. Firstly, because no one thought he would actually make it this far, but also because fans want to see the people who made Parker the way that he is. It will also be interesting to see if Parker is still aggressive and manipulative around his family or if a softer, more normal side will come out.

Outside of Parker, ever since news broke that Wyatt had a girlfriend until right before he came on the show, fans have been waiting to see how his hometown date would go.

“Lol does Jed take Hannah to meet his other girlfriend when they’re in hometowns?” one fan tweeted. “Asking for a friend.”

And apparently, the hometown date doesn’t go all that well. In the promo, Wyatt’s family doesn’t seem very welcoming.

“I have no opinion of you,” Wyatt’s mom tells Brown in the trailer.

What else happens this season?

While hometowns will be interesting, what we are really all waiting for is the infamous, “I had sex and Jesus still loves me,” line.

“So, let’s talk about sex, and let’s say you have had sex with one or multiple of these guys,” Parker says in the promo. “I’d completely remove myself from this relationship.”

The camera then shows Brown walking Parker out.

“My husband would never say what you’ve said to me,” she says. “I have had sex. And honestly, Jesus still loves me. From obviously how you feel, me f–king in a windmill, you probably wanna leave.”

Later in the clip, Brown admits to having sex in a windmill twice.

This is the moment that the whole season has been building up to, it’s basically Brown’s wall jump, so hopefully we will finally get to see how everything plays out this week.