'The Bachelorette' season 15's Hannah Brown slams Luke Parker for his toxicity before he walks out: 'The Luke P show is canceled'
Finally, the moment we have all been waiting for has happened... On Monday, July 22, night's two-hour special episode of 'The Bachelorette' season 15's 'Men Tell All' episode, Hannah Brown came face-to-face one more time with her castoffs from the season. And that included the infamous Luke Parker who she sent home last week during the 'Fantasy Suite' round after he shamed her for her sex life.
The 24-year-old returned for one last appearance during the 'Men Tell All'. And it was nothing less than entertaining, as Brown slammed Parker for slut-shaming her. She finally stood up for herself and let Parker hear what he deserved to hear.
Starting off where the season left off the last episode, 'The Bachelorette' began with the rose ceremony. While most of us thought that it was the end of Parker on the series and that he wouldn't return, we were wrong. Parker made his way to the rose ceremony, with an engagement ring. Parker cannot take no for an answer and this clearly proves it.
But Brown didn't let him take control again. She told him to leave and while he stood in between her and the rose stool, Brown moved the stool away from him and told Parker, "This is not about your heart! F—! Leave! I’m so tired. You’re so narcissistic. It’s my this, my that. This is not about your heart. I’m sorry that your heart is broken, but you’ve already broken my heart like 15 times through all of this by me trying to make this work."
At the 'Men Tell All' episode, the castoffs from the season returned for one last time. With Parker sitting in the hot seat with Chris Harrison, all the suitors ganged up on him and told him that he had to learn to take no for an answer.
While Parker had a chance to explain why he did what he did, Brown made her entry to the hot seat with Harrison and slammed Parker for everything he did over the season. She particularly slammed Parker for slut-shaming her. "I'm so over being slut-shamed and being felt like that makes me not a woman of faith," Brown said.
And while Parker got up from his seat and walked away, after the bloopers Brown looked at the camera and apologized to the Bachelor Nation for keeping Parker longer than he should have stayed. "I'm sorry he was on our TV screens for so long. The Luke P show is canceled," Brown said.
During the small speech, Brown didn't just stand up for herself, but for women across the world who have dealt with men like Parker. After watching how Brown didn't let Parker have his way this week during the rose ceremony and during the 'Men Tell All', fans took to Twitter to send their love to Brown for standing up for herself and others.
"You’re moving mountains, @AlabamaHannah. Thanks for showing woman how to stand up for themselves. Wish I had your courage when I was in a toxic relationship. #thebachelorette @BacheloretteAB," wrote a fan on Twitter.
"I want every young woman to watch your monologue from tonight. You totally shifted the franchise to a healthy look at dismantling toxic masculinity and a healthy reaction to being shamed for your faith. I Stan!" said another fan.
Adding to that another fan said, "I was abused ONCE by a Narcissist still having PTSD from it and it’s been 11 years. Seeing that psycho brings it all back. Thank you @AlabamaHannah for showing all women to listen to the red flags!" Yet another fan wrote, "I’m very proud how you stood up to Luke for yourself and all feminists out there!! Thank you!!"
We can't wait to see what goes down during the two-night finale that airs on July 29 and 30. 'The Bachelorette' season 15 airs every Monday night on ABC. Check your local listings for more information.