The season 15 winner of The Bachelorette has been revealed. Followers lastly received to see who gained Hannah Brown’s coronary heart on the 2019 finale. However, did she lastly get her glad ending? Is it Jed Wyatt or Tyler Cameron?
Going into the proposals, Brown had a slight hiccup together with her nerves, however she quickly recovered and headed to fulfill her ultimate 2 males. Now, earlier than we get to who the winner was … THIS IS YOUR MAJOR SPOILERS WARNING. Do NOT proceed studying in the event you don’t need to know who the winner is …
With that out of the way in which, Actuality Steve initially reported that Tyler Cameron was the winner, however, he later corrected himself. Actuality Steve acknowledged, “My first spoiler again in early Could was that Hannah received engaged to Tyler in Greece. That data was incorrect and corrected on June 18th. Ever since then I’ve stated it in nearly each column, and it’s been talked about on the podcast, that Hannah received engaged to Jed in Greece, by no means picked Tyler, and my unique data was incorrect. So let’s get that out of the way in which in the beginning. By no means Tyler. It was all the time Jed. She didn’t decide Tyler then swap to Jed. It was Jed on the day of the finale.”
When Cameron arrived to suggest to Brown, he talked to Brown about their first date, however in the midst of his proposal, Brown stopped him. Immediately, Cameron knew what was coming … Brown took a number of deep breaths and Cameron stated, “This isn’t it.”
Hannah Brown Breaks Up With Tyler Cameron
Brown informed Cameron that she is so fortunate to have had his love. She stated, “My life with you’ll be superb and after I informed you I used to be falling in love with you, I imply it.” She then informed him that she loves another person. Cameron’s response was that it hurts however he helps her in her resolution. His eyes appeared to have tears in them and he informed Brown that he needs her success with Wyatt sooner or later. Driving away from the proposal spot, Cameron fights tears, saying he thought Brown was the one, “but it surely wasn’t the case”.