'The Bachelorette' season 15 finale: We love Hannah Brown and her final decision, but here's why she's problematic
While we love Brown and her decision to end things with Wyatt which was what most fans were rooting for, some fans claim that she was being a hypocrite.
'The Bachelorette' season 15's ending had no pretenses, the finale ended in a shock after Hannah Brown dumped Jed Wyatt and asked Tyler Cameron out for a date.
On Monday night when 'The Bachelorette' season 15 aired with night one of the live finale, we saw Brown send Peter Weber home, which left Wyatt and Cameron as the final two. The final two suitors then met Brown's parents and went on a final one-on-one date with her. While Brown's parents were happy with Cameron, they weren't that pleased with Wyatt.
On Tuesday night when the series returned for night two of the live finale, we saw Brown get ready to make one of the most important decisions of her life, though she had a breakdown on the way, she ended up getting engaged to Wyatt despite her family not being in favor of him.
Though we were aware of Wyatt cheating on Brown and having a girlfriend back home, Brown wasn't aware of it when she got engaged. Eventually, when the issue came to light, Brown confronted Wyatt and called off the engagement because he lied to her. “Nothing is ever like how you plan it to be, but I just feel like this experience has been taken away from me because I didn’t know all the details. I was being told half-truths and lies and you wanted me to have clarity and clarity means truth. You got to see all of me, I didn’t get to see all of you," Brown told Wyatt before she removed the engagement ring.
After the scene cut back to the live studio audience, Chris Harrison revealed that Brown broke up the relationship with Wyatt. Brown added that she broke up with him via a phone call and hadn't seen or heard from him since. She then met Wyatt during the live finale for the first time and was hell-bent on her decision of breaking up with him and not getting back.
While we love Brown and are happy that she finally made her decision, and ended things with Wyatt which was what most fans were rooting for, some fans claim that she was being a hypocrite because she had slept with Weber and also made out with Cameron barely a few days before she could get engaged to Wyatt, and was still critical over him having a girlfriend back home before he entered the competition.
As problematic Wyatt was after he revealed he came on the show for his career, and after his cheating scandal came to light, Brown was also a little problematic for being too judgemental by dumping him after his scandal came to light.
Taking to Twitter, a fan wrote, "He’s a jerk for sure, But if she was so sure and did all the steps, why was she in “the windmill” (4x’s)."
Adding to that another fan said, "And told multiple guys that she fell in love with them...but gets mad at an old fling Jed had before this whole thing started..."
"Hold up. She did sleep with the pilot guy four times while “dating” Jed? Come on people! I am not even a Jed fan. Who has more reason to be upset?" said another fan. While one wrote, "Sure, Jed didn't want to say something to her because he was afraid she would reject him early on. How is it different from Hannah sleeping with Peter, and maybe even Tyler, and telling them she loved them - the day before she accepts Jed's proposal?"
Another fan said, "Lol complete hypocrite @AlabamaHannah she’s so offended Jed slept with someone the night before she met him but bangs Peter 4x while she’s dating Jed? #doublestandard."
After she said goodbye to Wyatt, Brown went on to ask Cameron out on a date, which he politely accepted. We can't wait to see where this journey takes the couple.
Now that 'The Bachelorette' season 15 is over, 'Bachelor in Paradise' will premiere on August 5 on ABC. Check your local listings for more information.