SPOILER alert! Stop reading if you don't want MAJOR spoilers on how The Bachelorette Season 15 reportedly ends.
UPDATE: The Bachelorette finale spoilers changed once again in June, and it looks like Hannah does not pick Tyler C. -- the guy Reality Steve had previously said she'd pick -- and she is instead engaged to Jed. Or was engaged to Jed until she reportedly dumped him, which we should see in the second night of the finale. I liked Tyler C. best for Hannah, but maybe this means he can be the 2020 Bachelor? More on that below. Here's another reminder to take all spoilers with a grain of salt, because sometimes they do change like this.
The Bachelorette Season 15 premiered Monday, May 13, with former Miss Alabama Hannah Brown as the rosemistress. We're not sure yet if "Hannah Beast" will have The Most Dramatic Season Ever, but it won't be the most predictable.
Early signs had pointed to one guy as Hannah B.'s frontrunner -- and it's the first guy she met right when she was put on the spot during The Bachelor Season 23's "After the Final Rose" special: Luke Parker. However, it sounds like that relationship takes a dramatic turn at Final 4, and he is reportedly not the one Hannah picks.
When The Bachelorette premiered, Reality Steve didn't quite have all the details yet on who Hannah Brown picked, although the final rose ceremony had already happened. However, he updated that Luke Parker -- the presumed frontrunner from the start -- was eliminated at Final 4.
According to Steve, Hannah never eliminated anyone at the hometown date rose ceremony. All four guys -- Luke Parker, Peter Weber, Tyler Cameron, and Jed Wyatt -- went to Greece for overnight dates. On Luke’s overnight, they had a sex-related fight, and Hannah sent him home before the actual overnight portion.
Reality Steve updated that Luke showed up to the Final 3 rose ceremony to talk to Hannah, but nothing changed. Peter was then eliminated at that point, making Tyler C. and Jed Hannah's Final 2.
On May 20, Steve updated with his initial finale result:
Hannah picked Tyler [Cameron] and they are engaged.
However! Stop the presses, 'cause in June 2019, Steve got an update saying Hannah actually picked Jed instead:
Three weeks ago I started hearing that Hannah was with Jed and not Tyler. Started looking into it, and the Tuesday before I left for Vegas is when I got the most interesting tip about a possible Hannah and Jed engagement. So I’ve spent the better part of the last two weeks doing all I can to figure out it’s legitimacy. And now I finally feel comfortable and can report:
Hannah chose Jed at the end and they are engaged.
Some fans are losing their marbles now because they were so convinced it was Tyler. Hell, I did too for a bit. But it’s not. And frankly, there’s nothing I can say to convince you it is Jed, so I’m not gonna try. And I ain’t even mad at ya’ if you don’t believe it. [...] Sorry the initial Tyler info was wrong. Just wasn’t as solid as I thought it was. But the info about Jed from 3 weeks ago is as solid as I can get and I just have to leave it at that.
Ugh. So, according to Steve's sources at this point, Hannah Brown is engaged to Jed Wyatt, 25, the singer/songwriter from Tennessee who admitted he only came on The Bachelorette for fame.
On top of that, People just had a story saying Jed was four months into a relationship with a fellow musician named Haley Stevens when he went on The Bachelorette. So he not only pulled a Wes Hayden he pulled a Scott from Hannah's own Bachelorette Night 1. Maybe she should've kicked out Jed too? I kinda thought Hannah might make another controversial winner choice with Luke P., and saved herself with Tyler C. But now maybe it's back to controversial with Jed? We'll have to see.
If this update is true, that would make Tyler Cameron, 26, a general contractor from Jupiter, Florida, Bachelorette Hannah's runner-up.
Now I wonder if they'll make Tyler C. the 2020 Bachelor since so many fans bought the spoilers that he was The One for Hannah and started falling for him too. Mike, Tyler, or Peter seem like the top Bachelor candidates.
Stay tuned to see if there are any further updates in the spoilers, but that's the news for now. Also note that's Tyler C., not to be confused with Tyler G., who got a one-on-one date with Hannah B. in Episode 2 before reportedly getting removed from the show by production in Episode 3.
While Bachelorette Hannah's season was filming, we were led to believe Luke P. was the guy for Hannah. She wasn't sure what to do when host Chris Harrison walked away during the live "After the Final Rose" show, but out walked Luke Parker. He took her hands and told her she was the only one that he wanted to be the next Bachelorette. He said it was blowing his mind that he was there holding her hands in real life, and he couldn't wait to get to know her on a deeper level. She stammered awkwardly, in her way, saying this was awesome.
I read an article online that said that he’s a Christian, and Hannah’s faith’s important to her — she’s a strong Christian. … They’re both from the South, I see that happening.
Luke's Instagram bio does seem to confirm the faith connection: "Jesus + Nothing = Everything || Philippians 4:13."
It's possible Caelynn had also been following Reality Steve's spoilers by the time she said that. Hannah B. was nowhere near her finale when Luke P. was promoted as frontrunner.
A couple of weeks later, Reality Steve updated that it had still been looking like Luke P. was the man for Hannah B.:
The Bachelorette Season 15 continues airing Mondays at 8 p.m. on ABC.