'The Bachelorette' spoilers: Who did Hannah Brown pick and end up with? Is Hannah engaged? What's the 2019 season's ending? (NEW SPOILERS!)
By Elizabeth Kwiatkowski, 05/20/2019
The Bachelorette spoilers have newly leaked revealing who Hannah Brown picked as her winner and ended up with, as well as all the highs and lows she will endure leading up to the 2019 season's finale -- including Hannah's Final 4 bachelors, if she is engaged, and the current status of her relationship with the bachelor she ended up with.
[Bachelorette Spoilers Warning: Please stop reading if you want who Hannah picks as her final winner and the ending to Season 15 to remain a surprise. This story contains episode-by-episode Bachelorette spoilers of what happens as ABC airs the 2019 season of The Bachelorette. It also contains Bachelorette spoilers that reveal if Hannah is engaged and the current status of his relationship with the winning bachelor she ended up with].
So after giving the boot to seven guys in the premiere, Hannah will enjoy her first one-on-one date of the season with Tyler G. in Episode 2 airing on Monday, May 20, according to the Bachelor Spoilers Instagram account.
"The stakes are high when one bachelor must overcome his fears and race through the mud on a one-on-one date," teases ABC.
And there will also be two group dates, according to the network.
Runway coach and former America's Next Top Model judge Miss J. Alexander and world-famous drag queens Alaska and Alyssa Edwards will host a Mr. Right Pageant for eight bachelors vying for the title of Hannah's "Mr. Right."
And comedic actor Fred Willard will join Harrison to host a "hazardous" roller derby competition for another set of bachelors.
The Bachelorette's second round of dates reportedly consisted of two groups dates and a one-on-one date, with Conner S. receiving the one-on-one date with Hannah.
Four more bachelors were eliminated during Episode 3: Cam, Joey, Jonathan, and -- in the biggest shocker -- Tyler G., who had received the season's first one-on-one date!
According to Carbone, Tyler G. was "removed from the show" by producers while some of the bachelors were on a group date with Hannah.
"They had been given some information about his past relationships and told him it wouldn't be good for him to remain on the show and he needed to leave immediately. If you search hard enough on the Internet, you can find out what was said," Carbone wrote in a new spoilers blog he published Monday.
"I don't believe any of the women have come forward publicly with their names attached to it yet that I've seen, so while we don't know if there's receipts and proof of anything, the accusations were disturbing to say the least and production and legal for ABC thought it was serious enough to remove him from the show," he continued.
"Don't wanna make it worse for the guy than it already is, so I wonâ€™t repeat what the accusations were. But they're out there if you look."
After the season's second and third Rose Ceremonies, Hannah traveled to Newport, RI with her final 15 bachelors.
The 15 men who survived the season's third Rose Ceremony reportedly were Connor S., Devin, Dylan, Dustin, Garrett, Grant, Jed, John Paul, Kevin, Luke P., Luke S., Matteo, Mike, Peter, and Tyler C., according to spoilers that were released by the Bachelor Spoilers Instagram account as filming was occurring.
While the cast was in Newport, Hannah was publicly spotted on a one-on-one date with Jed in Boston, MA, as well as a group date and another one-on-one date in Newport.
During their one-on-one date, Hannah and Jed were photographed walking around Boston, and strolling through Faneuil Hall and Quincy Market before also visiting the famed Cheers bar.
The Bachelorette creator Mike Fleiss also tweeted out photos of Hannah at the Boston Celtics' Auerbach Center practice facility, showing her shooting hoops with Celtics basketball players Terry Rozier and Jaylen Brown.
While Jed wasn't shown, he was also at the Celtics' facility, according to Carbone.
Afterward, the Hannah and Jed returned to Newport and spent time at the Carey Mansion next to the Salve Regina University campus that abuts the city's famed Cliff Walk trail.
Hannah then embarked on her second one-on-one date in Newport with Tyler C., and the group date took place at Newport's Fort Adams State Park.
Tyler C.'s date included dinner at Newport's historic White Horse Tavern restaurant and a concert by country singer Jake Owen at a local theater.
The theater's outdoor marquee displayed "Hannah & Tyler" during the date.
The group date featured Hannah's bachelors playing a game of rugby against each other in green vs. stripes uniforms while a crowd of The Bachelorette fans watched and cheered.
Dustin reportedly sat out of the rugby game due to an injury, according to the Bachelor Spoilers Instagram account, and Kevin was also taken away by ambulance after he suffered an injury while playing.
Things also "got rough" between Luke P. and Luke S. during the date, according to Carbone.
The Newport visit ended with Hannah selecting her final 12 bachelors at a Rose Ceremony that was filmed at the Belcourt Castle on March 31.
But before the Rose Ceremony took place, Luke S. used the cocktail party to tell Hannah how he felt Luke P. had been unnecessarily rough during the game. However, rather than being sympathetic to Luke S.'s concern, Hannah stood up for Luke P., according to Carbone, and Luke S. decided to quit the show.
The 12 men who survived the season's fourth Rose Ceremony were Connor S., Devin, Dylan, Dustin, Garrett, Grant, Jed, Kevin, Luke P., Mike, Peter, and Tyler C., according to Reality Steve spoiler blogger Steve Carbone.
That means John Paul and Matteo were eliminated at the Rose Ceremony in Newport.
With only seven bachelors remaining, Hannah and the guys headed to the Netherlands, where Episode 7 was filmed.
Carbone said Harrison had been spotted at the Grand Hotel Amrath Kurhaus in The Hague in the Netherlands on April 13.
Fleiss also tweeted a photo that appeared to show Hannah posing in one of the country's well-known tulip-field gardens on April 14.
Hannah enjoyed four dates while the cameras were rolling in the Netherlands, according to Carbone. Three were one-on-one dates, and the fourth was a three-on-one date.
Why the group date was a three-on-one date and not a four-on-one date remains unknown to Carbone, who says Connor S. was eliminated without ever going on a date.
"Wasn't told why, but he definitely never had a 1-on-1 and wasn't part of the group date," the spoiler blogger wrote in his new May 20 spoilers blog.
Since this was the last stop before hometown dates, Hannah gave the men roses throughout her course of dates instead of handing out roses at a traditional Rose Ceremony.
Mike, Jed, and Tyler C. reportedly received the three one-on-one dates, and Jed and Tyler C. received roses during their dates while Mike did not, eliminating him from the competition.
Garret, Luke P., and Peter were left to compete for two roses on the group date, according to Carbone. After Peter received the first rose, Luke P. and Garrett faced off for the remaining rose.
This date was reportedly where The Bachelorette previews have shown Luke P. shouting at Garrett and telling him he wasn't going to let Garrett ruin things for him.
Carbone is still unsure exactly what went down between the two men, however just as she did with when Luke S. voiced concerns about Luke P., Hannah reportedly once again took Luke P's side and gave him her final rose, eliminating Garrett.
After the Netherlands' eliminations, Hannah embarked on hometown dates with her Final 4 bachelors: Jed, a 25-year-old from Nashville, TN; Luke P., a 24-year-old from Gainesville, GA; Peter, a 27-year-old from Westlake Village, CA; and Tyler C., a 26-year-old from Jupiter, FL.
Carbone claimed the men's hometown dates began filming on April 20 with Luke's family visit in Georgia.
Tyler's date reportedly followed on April 22 in Florida, and then Jed introduced Hannah to his family on April 24 in Tennessee.
Finally, Peter's hometown allegedly taped on April 26 in California.
Carbone initially tweeted on May 7 that Luke finished the season in third place and was eliminated after Hannah's three overnight dates.
But after gathering new information from his sources, Carbone revealed on May 11 his initial spoiler was wrong and Luke actually got sent home in fourth place.
"Last week I reported Luke was eliminated at the final three rose ceremony and had been hearing rumors that all 4 guys went Greece, but didn't know why and couldn't confirm it," Carbone tweeted.
Carbone had previously speculated The Bachelorette producers attempted to prevent spoilers for this 2019 season by flying the fourth-place bachelor to Greece (where the season's overnight Fantasy Suite dates took place) with the remaining bachelors and production team to keep him out of the public eye.
This move would have prevented the fourth-place finisher from going on social media upon returning home and accidentally revealing his placement.
Carbone therefore wasn't sure which guy went home in fourth place, but he assumed Luke had "definitely made the Final 3" because photos and videos of Luke and Hannah enjoying a one-on-one date in Greece had surfaced on the Internet in early May.
Hannah's decision to not eliminate anyone after the hometown dates meant all four remaining bachelors traveled to Greece and were expected to receive overnight dates with Hannah even though a typical The Bachelorette season only features three overnight Fantasy Suite dates.
However, Luke's overnight date -- which was the last one to take place -- was a flop, according to Carbone.
"On Luke's overnight, something happened, [and] she sent Luke home before the actual overnight portion. So Luke is actually [No. 4]," Carbone tweeted.
Viewers have been speculating Luke P. was the guy who appeared to attempt to sex-shame Hannah during a date in a recent trailer for The Bachelorette season.
And according to Carbone, their speculation appears to have been correct.
"We know that Luke had the 4th overnight date. If you don't think Hannah had sex on any of the previous three overnights, you're being naive. And if she did, that's perfectly normal and she has every right to," he wrote in his May 20 blog post.
"Hannah and Luke's talk surrounded the issue of sex on the overnights. Luke told her if they spent the night, they wouldn't be having sex. It's not something he believes in anymore before marriage. Because we don't know how the conversation played out (we only heard voiceover and snippets from it), it's impossible to know exactly how the topic of sex with the other guy(s) on the overnights came up," he continued.
"Did Luke straight up ask her if she did? Did Hannah say something to the effect of, 'Well what would you think if I did?' Whatever the case was, Hannah was not pleased with Luke's response to it as we hear her say (and actually visually see her say) 'I don't owe you anything.' And later, we see her say, 'I have had sex... and Jesus still loves me.'"
Since The Bachelorette viewers witnessed Hannah giving Luke the First Impression Rose in Episode 1, Bachelor Nation may be shocked by his elimination.
After all, First Impression Rose-recipients are typically frontrunners -- and eventual winners.
After Luke P. was eliminated, Hannah also reportedly eliminated Peter at the subsequent Rose Ceremony, which occurred on May 5.
However, Luke also reportedly returned and made an appearance at the Rose Ceremony.
"Luke shows up to the final 3 rose ceremony to talk to [Hannah], but nothing changes," Carbone previously reported.
"So Tyler and Jed are your final 2."
Who did Hannah pick as her winner and get engaged to?
While Carbone had reported Tyler and Jed finished as Hannah's Final 2 bachelors earlier this month, the spoiler blogger had not revealed which bachelor won Hannah's heart and how her season ended.
However, that changed and he revealed the details in his May 20 spoiler blog posting.
"You hear so much every season after filming ends, and you gotta weed through a lot of hearsay, speculation, theories, etc to get to the meat and potatoes of what happened. I'm confident in what I've been told enough to report today," he wrote.
Just days after filming ended, Hannah shed some light on her season's ending in an interview with Entertainment Tonight.
"I will tell you that I'm happy and, ultimately, this season and how it all turned out is not how I thought it would be. It just wasn't," Hannah said.
"It doesn't mean that it's not good. I think it happened exactly the way it was supposed to, and I feel really excited and blessed to have the opportunity that I've had and feel really good and want you all to see what that is. I can't really tell you much more."
But in an interview with Variety, ABC reality chief Robert Mills revealed Hannah will end her season in love with multiple men and struggling to make a decision.
"This could be a situation where one of the guys gets out of the limo to head out to get his heart broken, and all of a sudden, she says, 'No, no, no, I'm sorry, he's the one,'" he said.
"You could see her changing her mind at the last minute. She really is that in love with these last few contestants, and she's torn over it."
"She definitely falls in love with numerous people. She's somebody who is very passionate and she has a massive heart. She's open to everyone and everything. With Hannah, she really was considering everything," the ABC executive added earlier during the interview.
"I think she dated a certain type of guy before this, and I think she realized that this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity and she really explored multiple connections with many guys."
"She is someone who believes that there is room in your heart to love more than one person. So yes, she absolutely does fall in love with multiple men."