Is her Bachelor Nation reign done? Bachelorette star Hannah Brown confirmed that she would not be on Bachelor in Paradise during an Instagram Live on January 20. Although she made a brief appearance on the beach in Mexico during season 6 to offer advice to the other contestants, she revealed that she’s not interested in going to find love.
“Am I going on Bachelor in Paradise? No,” the 25-year-old confidently told her followers. The former beauty queen also noted that she was single during the livestream, but it appears she’s giving dating in the Bachelor bubble a break … for now.
Hannah famously got engaged to Jed Wyatt during the finale of season 15. They broke up quickly afterward because of the aspiring musician’s ex Haley Steven‘s claims that they were still dating when he left to be on the reality show and he only went to boost his career. During After the Final Rose, the former leading lady asked out her runner-up, Tyler Cameron. He was photographed leaving her Los Angeles apartment after spending the night, but he then struck up a two-month-long romance with model Gigi Hadid.
Hannah’s public love story seemingly came to an end when she appeared on Peter Weber‘s season of The Bachelor. She stepped out of the limo on night one to return a set of airline wings the pilot originally gifted her so he could move forward and “find his copilot.” Things seemed friendly until she popped up again on a group date, which ended with her and Peter having an emotional conversation. She admitted that she felt like she “f–ked up” and regretted sending him home “all the time.” After the tense moment, the exes seemingly closed that romantic chapter.
If you feel emotionally drained reading about this, we can guarantee Hannah is, too. Life & Style exclusively spoke with Chris Harrison about the pair’s conversation and he confessed that it was unexpected.
“Honestly, I think it was fair. It was all raw, organic and honest. It wasn’t like she was trying to do something or he was trying to do something. It was just something that organically happened,” the show host explained. “Honestly, I think it was good. It was something, clearly, they needed to resolve and get over this hurdle before anybody could move on. I think it was kind of cathartic, to be honest.”
We’ll miss you in Mexico, Hannah!