'The Bachelorette's Hannah Brown sends Scott Anderson away before the rose ceremony and fans can't be happier
If you assumed that the pageant queen drama between Brown and Caelynn Keyes or Colton Underwood's fence jump was dramatic, you've got it wrong. Season 15 of 'The Bachelorette' takes the cake with high drama in episode one!
'The Bachelorette' season 15 recently premiered with episode one and it was nothing less than dramatic.
May 13, Monday night was all about "roll tide" and "beast mode" with Hannah Brown making her entrance into the mansion ready to find her true love.
Though Brown revealed she was nervous right before her 30 suitors could make their entrance, as they entered she eventually loosened up and found her way through. Brown, was crowned Miss Alabama USA in 2018, but now she is ready to put her pageant days behind her and venture on a new journey to find her forever love.
Nothing screams 'The Bachelorette' more than the element of drama. And on Monday night we got to witness more than what we bargained for with the most dramatic part of the premiere being the confrontation between Brown and Scott Anderson.
If you assumed that the pageant queen drama between Brown and Caelynn Keyes or the drama between Demi Burnett and Tracy Shapoff or Burnett and Courtney Curtis or even Colton Underwood's fence jump was dramatic, you've got it wrong.
During the premiere night, we got to see Burnett and Katie Morgan who called themselves 'Hannah's Angels' make an appearance in the mansion. They arrived in a van to warn Brown about a contestant who had a girlfriend back home till the day before he could leave for 'The Bachelorette'.
And that was none other than Anderson. Burnett and Morton were informed about this through Instagram after his not so secret girlfriend reached out to them revealing text messages between her and Anderson. He had also told his girlfriend that he will take her on a trip once he gets back, which clearly reveals he was just in it for the clout.
After Brown was made aware of this, she called out Anderson in front of her other suitors. She took him aside and confronted him and as much as he tried to deny it, he ended up agreeing to it all. Adding to that, Scott also told Brown that it does not matter if he had a girlfriend back home till the day before he left for the mansion because just a few months ago she was in love with Colton Underwood.
That was the last straw for Brown as she then sent Anderson back home even before the rose ceremony. Seeing Brown eliminate Anderson immediately had fans stating that they were proud of her and the decision she made.
"#LikeABoss .... are the cool kids still saying that these days? Regardless, @AlabamaHannah handled that like a champ!! & hopefully instilled a little fear into anyone else who went in with ulterior motives," wrote a fan on Twitter.
Adding to that another fan said, "Hahaha Him, "I'm sorry you feel that way." Hannah, "Yeah...I do." And her telling him to come on and hurry out of the house. It's like me trying to get my kids to come out and get in the car to leave. Go girl!."
"I love the way Hannah handled the situation," said a fan. Another added, "Omg Scott was a jerk! Unbelievable start to the season! Poor @AlabamaHannah ! She totally pulled a Kimmy and was like "let's go! Come on out now!" Lol Good eye and having her back @demi_burnett." With just one episode down, the series has already sprung out its dramatic element. We can't wait to see what happens in future episodes.
'The Bachelorette' season 15 airs every Monday night on ABC. Check your local listings for more information.
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