“Hannah Brown’s Bachelorette reign is over & she’s not engaged” links

The Bachelorette Hannah Brown arrives at Good Morning America

Here’s a good summary of what happened on The Bachelorette finale last night. She chose the wrong guy and they ended up breaking up but she’s now dating one of the other guys she rejected? [Jezebel]
Margot Robbie’s party outfit looks like pajamas. [Just Jared]
Ashley Olsen might be engaged too, double Olsen wedding! [Dlisted]
Is Victoria’s Secret over? Probably. [LaineyGossip]
I didn’t even recognize Maggie Grace! [Go Fug Yourself]
God bless you if you can stomach Bernie Sanders yelling for two hours, but I could not and so here’s a recap of the Dem Debate. [Pajiba]
Seth Meyers’ takes on the Dem Debate. [Towleroad]
Kenya Moore’s ex Matt Jordan punched a woman in the face at Denny’s. [Starcasm]
Lisa Marie Presley is writing a tell-all book. [Seriously OMG]

Robert De Niro, Martin Scorsese, and Bobby Cannavale might not be gangsters in real life, but they're bosses in their movie set!

Related stories

You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed.

31 Responses to ““Hannah Brown’s Bachelorette reign is over & she’s not engaged” links”

Comments are Closed

We close comments on older posts to fight comment spam.

  1. Mia4s says:

    If Lisa Marie Presley’s book is a real and genuine tell ALL? Damn…I would read the hell out of that. Wow.

    • Clementine says:

      Um…yes!!! That is a I’m-not-cooking-tonight-because-I’m-reading-this book!!!

    • holly hobby says:

      I think she’s writing the book because she pretty much ran out of money? I vaguely remember that during her divorce with hat guy (I don’t know his name but he wore hideous hats ALL.THE.TIME) he spent her money like water.

      I hope she spills it all. Including the nut years as a $cibot.

  2. minx says:

    Hannah passed up a bunch of gorgeous sweet men to choose the “musician” who was lying trash. She was lucky enough to have some of the best guys who have even been on the Bachelorette. She doesn’t deserve a second chance with Tyler.

    • ds says:

      I’ve never watched this show. I did peek when there was that season when a guy proposed to one girl then changed his mind or something… anyway, I watched couple episodes now and I have to say that it was entertaining. Like why on earth would anyone be into Jed or that “be a virgin till we marry though you technically aren’t one” guy? That was hillarious!!!! I’m pretty sure producers kind of mess up your brain when you’re in position of a bachelor/ette. It’s a really weird concept all in all that show. But i think some people need therapy after participating in it.

      • minx says:

        My daughter and I watch it. We always say we’re not going to again but we do lol. This season WAS pretty entertaining!

    • Escondista says:

      Pfft apparently Minx was never 24 years old. I dated a bunch of guys who were trash for too long in my 20s. STOP BLAMING VICTIMS OF MEN WHO LIE. MEN CAN BE BETTER.
      Tyler is a great guy, and Hannah has grown a lot. If they want to date then Im so happy for her growth and recognition that he’s worthy of her time. If Tyler recognizes that she didn’t get to see what the viewer did and wants to get a drink with her, then bless!

      • minx says:

        Jed had NO personality or decent job, he was a dud even before the lying was exposed. Hannah was not an average 24 year old dating out in the world and screwing up—she had a bunch of great guys offered up on a silver platter for her to pick from.

      • escondista says:

        Tyler is awesome but lets not pretend that helping his dad with contracting work and modeling is the ultimate in careers either.
        And my friends have successful marriages to men i feel have no personality but they love them and seem to be happily married – to each their own. I totally agree that Jed is garbage and i wouldn’t have picked him but you are blaming Hannah for having chemistry with a guy you wouldn’t choose. Sorry but it’s Jeds fault for being lying trash not Hannah’s fault for being 24 and not having a crystal ball.

      • minx says:

        When you could have picked Mike, Peter, Tyler and at least 5 other great guys, and you pick Jed, you have a bad picker. When your own parents are throwing up red flags, maybe listen to them. And she’s 24, not 16. I don’t think she’s the brightest bulb in the pack—nice girl, but not smart.

    • Ana says:

      She doesn’t deserve a second chance, but if Tyler wants to give her one, I’m all for it! I was upset when she didn’t give him the final rose, though.

      I’m with you minx, I can’t believe that a controlling, hypocritical Christian and a bland, self-serving musician (with a gf) were Hannah’s favorites.

      • escondista says:

        Jed acted like Haley was some delusional stalker and that it was HER fault that she didn’t interpret, “I love you and i will come back to you” as “I am breaking up with you now. Goodbye forever.”

        He is a selfish, narcissistic, unfeeling man with severe pathological problems.

    • Montréalaise says:

      Jed’s lies were something else. He started off by telling Hannah that the other woman was not his girlfriend and they weren’t dating, just ”hanging out” but then admitted that they spent a weekend together as well as a vacation in the Bahamas paid for by her parents, she threw a birthday party for him, he introduced her to his parents and told her he loved her – but she wasn’t his girlfriend!

    • Green Desert says:

      @Minx …my favorite podcasters recap The Bachelor/ette. I listened to the recaps without watching the show because I love their funny and insightful take on the shows, but they wore me down and I watched the finale episodes. I tend to agree with you that Hannah doesn’t deserve a second chance with Tyler. Who do you think should be the next Bachelor? I’m reading that Tyler and Mike are top candidates. I didn’t watch when Mike was on but he seems great too!

    • Wilma says:

      I’m assuming that a lot of things are staged for drama and ratings.

  3. Harryg says:

    I could not understand at all how she picked that guy Jed. Anyone serenading with a guitar – get out.
    Also, this show has become very Christian.

    • Escondista says:

      Yeah and too young. Had fun but I’m over the Colton and Hannah early 20-something Christian schtick. Bring on the take-no-sh*t Rachels.

  4. Kitten says:

    Elizabeth Warren is a once-in-a-lifetime candidate and I’m insanely pumped to vote for her in the primary.

    Come at me.

    • Harryg says:

      She’s amazing.

    • Angela82 says:

      100% agree.

    • adastraperaspera says:

      Elizabeth Warren is fantastic! I love her open mind and heart–seems to be a truly sincere person. And ridiculously smart. She even got kudos from conservative experts in nuclear war for her “no first use” policy explanation last night. I wish she would step back from the “medicare for all” and “free college” stances, though, because I think those can be fought for and worked out in an incremental fashion once we have the three branches of government again (I can dream, can’t I)? Elizabeth would be an inspiring president, and she would also be hell-on-wheels as a cabinet secretary for Education, or Justice and Consumer Protection.

  5. Escondista says:

    Love her.

  6. Case says:

    I watched The Bachelorette for the first time ever the past two nights (don’t worry, also recorded the debate). It was entertaining! I just might start watching the next season from the beginning. I was surprised at how easy it was to get invested in this insanity. It was a weird finale. She seemed so obviously over the moon with Tyler, smiling and happy, but for some reason went with that doofus instead. She seems like she’s perhaps still not out of her “bad boy” phase, because she had a great guy right in front of her and didn’t choose him.

    • La says:

      Do it!! I got hooked on maternity leave during Rachel’s season and now I even got my husband to watch it with me (he loves Bachelor in Paradise because it’s such a shit show). It’s my guilty pleasure.

      Hannah had some of the best and hottest guys ever on this show (Tyler, Peter, Mike) and her favs (Jed, Luke P) were the most problematic ones there. Her picker seems broken but hopefully this helped her learn to spot (and not ignore) red flags.

      • minx says:

        It is a great guilty pleasure. We watch the Bachelor in the winter and the Bachelorette in the summer.

    • escondista says:

      It is totally my trash show and i have fun every season. Bachelor in Paradise is coming soon and it’s so much more of a trainwreck but takes itself less seriously too. Welcome to the bach gang.

  7. Deedee says:

    Watching Bachelorette is entertaining and I envy the job Chris Harrison has, saying,”How do you feel?” and “There is one rose remaining,” and getting paid gobs of money. It’s good to remind yourself that it’s scripted and they producers knew all along that Jed had a girlfriend. She probably got paid quite a bit to “out” him.

  8. Ramona Q. says:

    Victoria’s Secret needs to die a fiery death.