The Bachelor is slated to premiere on Monday, January 6, and if you haven’t heard just yet, Hannah Brown has a role to play. We’ve known for a while that she would be a part of night 1 of Peter Weber’s season. Yet, after that we’re going to see her stick around for at least a little while! It just won’t be as a contestant.
Instead, the premiere episode is going to contain more than just the first night — you’ll continue forward into the first set of dates — the sort of stuff that you typically end up seeing in episode 2. The show is clearly mixing things up, and from the vantage point of entertainment, we’re more than fine with that.
If you are intrigued enough by what this means, and how Hannah factors in, be sure to check out the full synopsis below:
This season, the premiere isn’t over after the rose ceremony. In the first group date, nine competitive women are put through flight school by special guests, veteran Marine Corps pilot Alisa Johnson and Katie Higgins Cook, the first female pilot in the Navy’s elite Blue Angels demonstration squad. Who will capture the special sunset flight alone with Peter as the reward for coming out on top after a series of rigorous drills?
One beautiful girl next door will fly high when she meets Peter’s entire family at his parents’ vow renewal after 31 years of marriage, but will she fit in? Breakout country music artist Tenille Arts performs her new song, “Somebody Like That,” for the special occasion.
Finally, in another huge surprise, Hannah B. hosts the next group date. She explains to the nine enthusiastic women that they will be revealing their most memorable sex stories and fantasies in front of a live audience. But what happens when Peter discovers a distraught Hannah backstage? What she shares with him will leave them both as confused as ever. Do the two of them still have feelings for one another and share the same sizzling passion? Will Hannah join the group of women in the Bachelor mansion and continue to date Peter?
So obviously, the producers are going to try and make you believe that Hannah is going to be interested in being with Peter again — and that Peter isn’t ready to move on. Yet, we’ve got a feeling that this won’t actually be the case. Remember that Hannah was doing this season of Dancing with the Stars at the same time this show was on the air. There was no real way that she could do both, especially since The Bachelor is the sort of show that often travels to other parts of the world.
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