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Who Wins Hannah B's Season Of 'The Bachelorette?' New Details On The Likely Winner And Other Spoilers

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Who Wins Hannah B's Season Of 'The Bachelorette?' New Details On The Likely Winner And Other Spoilers

The latest season of The Bachelorette kicked off this week, with former Miss Alabama Hannah B insisting she's just a 'regular girl," as she met her 30 suitors. I have to say, I don't have high hopes for her with the merry band of goofs the show has recruited this season. From "Box King Joe" to Luke — who confessed to being a player who had a ton of sex in college before finding Jesus and changing his ways—I'm just not seeing a whole lot of sincerity in this group of bachelors. One, Scott, already got the boot when Hannah found out he had a girlfriend back home. Ah, maybe it is my cold, jaded heart talking. The show will inevitably move towards its conclusion, and for Hannah B, the ideal outcome is an engagement. So, that said, who wins Hannah B's season of The Bachelorette? Spoilers ahead...

1. When did Hannah start filming?

Even though we're just getting the premiere of The Bachelorette season 15, filming for the show actually started on Saturday March 16th and wrapped on Friday, May 10th in Greece. The show always wraps before it premieres, but this season the show is out two weeks earlier than normal. Usually, the season premieres around Memorial Day. Basically, this means there aren't as many spoilers yet as there have been in past seasons. 


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2. It's not Luke

Luke Parker got the all important first impression rose. He's a southern boy. He's a reformed bad boy who loves Jesus. I'd have laid odds on him from the premiere (despite finding him disingenuous). However, Luke is not Hannah B's husband to be. Sources (Reality Steve, natch) report that Luke is one of the four men who went to Greece with Hannah B but something happened on their overnight date that caused her to cut him loose. That something, according to Reality Steve's intel sounds an awful lot like slut-shaming, which, hello pot, its the kettle, you're black. Of course, the show's editor's know what they're doing, and a scene of Hannah crying and talking about how Jesus still loves her even though she's not a virgin could be from a totally different scene or episode. However, Luke did come across pretty awful (and smug and just icky) on the first episode plus all of the guys hated him. Something went down between Hannah B. and Luke in Greece ... we just aren't sure what yet. 


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3. Who are the final four?

Well, it seems some combination of Tyler, Peter, Jed, Connor and Luke are the final four. We strongly believe Luke was one of the final three and got eliminated at that point. Tyler C. is a 26-year-old general contractor from Jupiter, Florida, Peter is a 27-year-old pilot from Westlake Village, California,  Jed is a 25-year-old singer/songwriter from Nashville, Connor is a 24-year-old investment analyst from Dallas and Luke is a 24-year-old import/export manager from Gainesville, Georgia.


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4. Luke's overnight date ... that didn't last overnight.

One thing we do know is that Hannah B had it out with someone during the fantasy suite overnight dates in Santorini, Greece. All signs point to that person being Luke Parker. Something happened during the day on her date with Luke that has Hannah B all fired up and sends Luke packing. The camera shows Hannah sitting at a table alone with two wine glasses. She said that whoever ends up being her husband will allow her to be her own person. This guy, presumably Luke Parker, isn't her husband and she said she doesn't owe him anything. “How dare I be judged by a man? I’m a normal human being, like, trying to be The Bachelorette. And I don’t know what to do, and I’m scared,” Hannah says.

Amy Lamare is a Los Angeles based freelance writer covering entertainment, pop culture, beauty, fashion, fitness, technology, and the intersection of technology, business, and philanthropy. She is deeply devoted to her chocolate Labrador and an avid long distance runner. You can find her on Instagram and Facebook.