It absolutely was a conclusion we’d hoped for and expected—but that didn’t allow it to be any less satisfying whenever Hannah dumped the Jed that is shady Wyatt.
Needless to say Jed Wyatt brought their electric guitar towards the proposal.
The Bachelorette wrapped up with a few developments that the franchise’s more plugged-in viewers likely saw coming: Hannah chose Jed, who proposed with an acoustic ditty and a lot of indiscriminate crooning on Tuesday night. But marital bliss had been maybe maybe maybe not into the cards. Right after their engagement, Hannah heard bout Haley Stevens, nation musician whom claims Jed ghosted her after months of dating to ensure that he could carry on the show. As Hannah later on revealed, she and Jed have actually since split up.
Then when her runner-up, Tyler Cameron, took the stage, the available room quickly transitioned into exactly what can simply be described as “Peak ‘Now Kiss!’ Energy.” Every couple deserves: They decided to date outside the confines of a reality show and see what happens in the end, Hannah and Tyler got the conclusion. Continue reading “The Bachelorette: Hannah Brown and Tyler Cameron Discover Their Happy Ending”