Chris Harrison Reveals Why Hannah Brown Is On Peter Weber's Season Of The Bachelor -- Fans React

Chris Harrison Reveals Why Hannah Brown Is On Peter Weber's Season Of The Bachelor -- Fans React
Credit: Source: ABC

Hannah Brown's season of the Bachelorette was filled with twists, turns, and a windmill moment that will go down in history. Peter Weber, who competed in her season, is the new Bachelor but fans were confused when Brown showed up in a preview for his upcoming installment.

Legendary host Chris Harrison recently revealed why Brown's return was needed. It was for both of them to have closure since Weber made it down to the final four.

'I think it's something that needed to be dealt with, the relationship. I think it's a relationship that didn't have a clean, clear break. I think there were and maybe are feelings there, and some underlying feelings that maybe they thought they had both dealt with, but I knew once they saw each other, they probably hadn't really dealt with them all, so I think it's a hurdle that we needed to clear before we moved forward,' Harrison told E! News

Originally, fans thought that single Hannah may be coming to join the group of ladies hoping to end up engaged to Peter. Although that's not the case, viewers are still tired of Brown's presence on ABC.

'She’s been given too much screen time already! There should not be a comeback for her and the “4 times in the windmill” just shows she lacks class to tell that on national tv. Be done with her,' one person commented on E!'s Facebook post of the article.

'I’m sick of seeing Hannah!! Please Hannah move on with your real life and live in the real world!!! Enough is enough!!!' another added.

This Bachelor fan chimed in to say: 'As much as I love Hannah I’m now ready for her to get a life! Leave reality tv and do something real with your life.'

Do you think that Hannah and Peter should have hashed it out on the new season?

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