All of Hannah's dates and overnight dates had been wonderful, and Hannah acknowledged she felt loved fearlessly and whole-heartedly by all three of them.
Peter admitted he was "crazy in love" with Hannah, and the other two guys were apparently in love with Hannah as well and looked forward to a future with her. In turn, Hannah had fallen in love with each guy in a different way.
Hannah was glad she had sent Luke packing on their date and would never see him again. She vented about how she finally understood and could relate to why all of the men had problems with Luke this season.
"I have no regrets. I feel like, 'F-ck that guy,' and not an ounce of me misses him, wants him in my life or will question my decisions. I am so glad Luke is finally gone," Hannah said in a confessional.
Luke returns and is rejected by Hannah again
But Luke was on his way to the Rose Ceremony, saying Hannah was "sadly mistaken" if she thought he wouldn't want to be with her anymore after the sex-in-the-windmill comment. Luke said he still loved Hannah.
"This isn't over for me yet. I couldn't leave and go home without talking to her, sharing my heart with her and getting a few things off my chest... I know she loves me and still has feelings for me, and I think she's making a big mistake. And I'm going to tell her that," Luke told the cameras.
Luke showed up with an engagement ring in hand to show Hannah just how serious he really was.
When Luke arrived at the Rose Ceremony, Hannah wasn't there. As she was telling Chris Harrison her mind had changed in a day about whom to send home, Luke boldly stood in line with Tyler, Peter and Jed -- and the guys were definitely disappointed to see him.
Hannah then approached the guys and asked Luke why he was there. Luke asked to speak with Hannah but she just kept repeating, "No."
Hannah added, "Just go! Get away from me. I'm about to go psycho, so please leave."
Luke demanded for clarity and closure, but Hannah didn't feel she owed him anything. Hannah said she had the clarity she needed and that's all that matters because he had put her on an emotional roller-coaster.
When Hannah revealed she had already eliminated Luke, the three other guys exchanged looks at each other and Jed could be heard whispering, "Thank you, God."
"I'm not doing this anymore, and I'm not going to let you rewrite what you said the other night," Hannah told Luke, referring to their premarital sex conversation during their Fantasy Suite date.
Luke said this was about his heart, but then Hannah flipped out, saying he had broken her heart about 15 times through the process and was so "narcissistic."
Luke then asked Hannah if she talked to Colton Underwood after his season for closure, but when she walked away from him, Jed, Tyler and Peter got up in Luke's face and told him to go.
Luke asked the guys to keep their hands off him, but then Tyler said, "Or what?"
"Yeah, what are you going to do?!" Jed added. "Get the f-ck out!"
Luke told Hannah that the way they left things was not her character and she was just emotional in the moment. Luke insisted Hannah still had feelings for him.
"I had feelings for you way longer than I wanted to," Hannah admitted. "I explored my heart and tried to figure it out. And I've been praying for clarity... and you were judging [me]."
Luke said Hannah didn't understand what he was trying to say before the Fantasy Suite and he had "never judged or condemned" her. But Hannah said her spiritual connection with Luke was gone and she was over him.
Hannah then looked Luke in the eyes and said she had clarity and wanted nothing to do with him. Once Luke walked away, she yelled, "I f-cking hate that guy!"
Chris pulled Hannah aside after Luke left and revealed, "He is fully convinced -- or was -- that you are his wife and you are The One and nobody knows the depth of your relationship. He has a ring in his pocket right now. He was ready to propose to you. And no, I'm not joking."
Hannah appeared shocked, but the footage immediately cut to Tyler, Jed and Peter celebrating Luke's ouster. Jed was so glad Hannah could hone in on what would be good for her future now.
"I'm so proud of Hannah for just finally seeing what we've seen this entire time and standing up for herself and sending him home," Peter told the cameras.
"It was so badass when she took that rose stand and moved it forward because she wanted him to get the hell out."
Luke just didn't understand what happened.
Luke appears on The Men Tell All
After watching back footage of his journey on the show, Luke sat in the hotseat to open up to Chris Harrison about his feelings and experience dating Hannah. When Luke stepped onstage, the audience was unusually quiet.
Luke said he fought for Hannah and never judged her like she had thought.
Luke attempted to clarify that he was simply asking Hannah a question about her sexual relations with other men before their Fantasy Suite because he had made his stance on marriage and abstaining from sex very clear to her.
Luke said he was just seeing if they were on the same page.
"She said to me, 'Not saying that I have had sex or that I haven't. But let's say that I have. How would that change how you feel?' And I told her, 'To be honest, I don't know what I would say... I'd want to approach you and talk to you about it and talk you through it,'" Luke claimed.
"And then I said right after that, 'But my initial reaction would be I'd want to remove myself from the relationship and go home.' And that was only because it was a decision for myself. I just want everyone to be clear my actions were because I got completely blindsided... I just didn't expect her reaction."
Luke said he was looking at the situation like Hannah was his girlfriend and he was dating her like he would any other girl, not taking into account the unorthodox situation or environment that is The Bachelorette.
"I don't get to see her straddle or mount or swap saliva with those other guys. That's not easy," Luke told Chris.
"And I wouldn't want someone I'm literally getting fitting for a suit to propose in and I'm finding out that the night before my one-on-one time with her she's having sex. That's not something I want in a future wife."
Chris said he respected Luke's choice but Hannah did choose to have sex and so he was surprised Luke just didn't walk away.
Luke then admitted he had made the "mistake" of making "Hannah out to be this perfect woman and perfect wife for me, with all the qualities I want in my future wife."
Luke said it wasn't the fact Hannah had sex that would make him want to just completely leave her because his feelings were real and he thought Hannah loved him back.
Chris acknowledged Luke and Hannah's faith and religious views caused a "catastrophic event" in their relationship, and Luke got choked up during the conversation.
Luke said he loved Hannah and was willing to fight for her and that's why he went back. He felt "misunderstood," insisting that he was not judging Hannah.
"I was shocked... and I was very confused... I did have a lot of pride and I was very arrogant on the show. And that's something I struggled with heavily on the show and that's something I'm working on right now," Luke shared.
Luke thought being called a "narcissist," however, was pushing things too far.
Luke then confessed he was still in love with Hannah, saying, "My feelings for Hannah haven't change. I still love her. I still want what's best for her, and I boldly say that. But I also boldly say I know she's not my person."
But Luke said if he could go back on the show and do it all over again, he "wouldn't change a thing."
Luke subsequently retracted his statement and clarified, "If I could go back, I would change a lot, but I'm just thankful it played out the way it did. I had an opportunity to learn and grow as a man from it all."
Luke told Chris there was "a turning point" in his behavior with the guys in Rhode Island, where there was drama with Luke Stone, but it was difficult to be in a situation where people accused him of being a psychopath and a liar.
Luke admitted he didn't even like that "Luke P. guy" on the season watching it back, but he often felt jabbed, disrespected and neglected.
Luke said the hardest thing about filming the show, however, was Hannah questioning his character and integrity.
"From Day 1 coming here, I felt like I was on a rescue mission for Hannah. That's how I look at it. I really felt like I was something that was going to be good for her in a future husband," Luke told Chris.
"When you say 'rescue her,' in my mind, that means you think she needed to be saved," Chris pointed out.
In typical Luke fashion, he then backed up and said he needed to rescue Hannah from the other guys -- some of whom weren't there for the right reasons.
Devin Harris then joined Luke and Chris onstage, saying that he had to speak his piece. Devin claimed Luke was not looking for an independent and strong woman but rather a woman to control. Devin also added the only rescuing Hannah needed was from Luke.
But Luke argued "the last thing" he'd ever want and the last thing he'd ever do is control a woman.
"I do want an independent woman in my life, in my future wife. I want a woman who will make decisions for herself... although a man is supposed to lead and guide the woman in a relationship," Luke explained.
Luke told the guys watching backstage he didn't go on The Men Tell All to argue or defend himself but he was ready for whatever they were about to bring his way.