Hey, just because Colton Underwood didn’t choose Hannah Brown to propose to on The Bachelor doesn’t mean he wants anything but the best for her! On May 13 — the day of the Bachelorette premiere — the former footballer sent his love and support to his past contestant.

The 27-year-old reality star took to Twitter with a positive (and kinda snarky) message for his ex-flame. “Most improved toast-giver in the game,” he said, also sharing a clip from the upcoming premiere where she gives a flawless toast despite the awkward one she attempted on their first date. “Looking forward to a great season … and most importantly great ratings … I mean love! You got this Hannah. ✌🏼”

Colton has already made it clear that he believes Hannah was a great choice for the role. When he visited Ellen DeGeneres’ show (which was being guest-hosted by Bachelor superfan Mila Kunis) in April, he said, “I think it’s gonna be a fantastic season. She is like unapologetically herself, she has no filter. And that makes for good TV and falling in love. I’m very excited.” It looks like he’s still just as pumped as the May 13 premiere draws near.

One person that doesn’t seem as supportive? Hannah’s frenemy and former castmate Caelynn Miller-Keyes, who many believed would be cast as the Bachelorette. While Hannah and Caelynn seemed to put their drama aside on the Women Tell All reunion special, she hasn’t sent any words of love or support or posted about the Bachelorette premiere at all on social media. It makes sense, considering the women’s sticky past as beauty pageant competitors. Caelynn’s friend and Colton’s winner, Cassie Randolph, also hasn’t had much to say by way of support leading up to the big night.

Of course, The Bachelorette isn’t about Hannah’s past, but her future. Will she find the Prince Charming that will fight for her the way she’s always dreamed of? Tune into the big premiere on ABC on May 13 at 8/7c to find out!