The Season 15 Bachelorette showed up at two pivotal moments during that first episode: exiting the limo to hand Peter Weber back his wings and hosting the second group date. Hannah and Peter’s initial reunion at Bachelor Mansion was brief and sentimental, but her time as the emcee of the group date caused old feelings to resurface.
After introducing the premise of the date, Hannah went backstage and cried. Peter found her, and they discussed their relationship and whether or not she made the right call sending Peter home in Greece. Hannah said, “My heart was very confused. I don’t know what the f--k I was doing. I question what I should’ve done, and I question a lot.”
Peter asked, “Do you regret sending me home in Crete?”
She responded, “Yes, Peter. I question it all the time.”
The heart-wrenching scene ended in a cliff-hanger that leaves everyone wondering whether Hannah will join the rest of the women in Bachelor Mansion or if they’ll go their separate ways.
Hannah tweeted about the episode, which filmed on her 25th birthday, writing, “So that was not a blast at all. It was truly the hardest day—a day I was not looking forward to reliving. But thank you to those of you who have been so sweet and supportive tonight.”
So that was not a blast at all. It was truly the hardest day—a day I was not looking forward to reliving. But thank you to those of you who have been so sweet and supportive tonight. ❤️ #thebachelor
Peter shared his feelings about Hannah’s appearances on a new episode of “Bachelor Happy Hour.” He told podcast hosts Rachel Lindsay and Becca Kufrin how much it surprised him to see her.
The pilot revealed, “That was a complete shock to me. Whether I should or shouldn’t have, I started getting a little more excited because I thought maybe she was coming to be one of the contestants. What else are you going to think in that moment when she’s walking up?”
Viewers will have to wait until Monday to see what unfolds next with their relationship.