If you’ve been following Hannah Brown at all, be it on television or on Instagram, you probably know that homegirl has had ups and downs with love. On Hannah’s season of The Bachelorette, Jed Wyatt—who she picked as her winner—lied to her about having a girlfriend. Hannah went back to her runner-up, Tyler Cameron, but it didn’t quite work out (though fans still want them to date). Now, Hannah is officially ready to get back in the game and start dating soon…you know, once it’s safe again
On an hour-long Instagram Live, Hannah answered some fan questions and revealed she’s interested in finding love again. “You know, I definitely want to be in a relationship. I think I’m finally getting to the point where I can say that I could do that at this point in my life,” she said. “I think I needed a little break and I definitely took that. I’m gonna be single until it’s right. I don’t date around, really. You have to date people, but I date, like, seriously.”
There you have it, y’all: Hannah is not dating anyone at the moment! Sorry to kill your dreams of her and Tyler officially becoming an ~item~, but she acknowledged that quarantine’s “not the best time to try to date,” which is probs why nothing happened between them. Regardless, when this is over she expressed she’s ready to meet some new people.
“I am in a place where I’m ready to do that—to test the waters a little bit,” Hannah added. “I can date other people that are not on The Bachelor. Y’all are driving me crazy!”
Last month, Brown insisted that she and Cameron weren’t an item and said that she didn’t have a significant other. Shortly after, the Florida native also set the record straight on the status of their rumored romance via social media. “No, I’m not dating nobody,” Cameron said during an Instagram Live.
During her Q&A, Brown also reflected on her season of The Bachelorette, telling fans that she’s been thinking about how different her life was this time last year.
“I made a joke on Twitter about today being—well, it’s not a joke, it’s just, like, how this time last year the day that I sent Luke [Parker] home? And I made a joke about taking a tequila shot or a moment of silence because, like, that was a…quite an interesting night for me,” she recalled. “I wasn’t trying to be mean, but I can laugh about my own life. Just saying. You know, thought we were making better decisions after that night. Well, I fooled y’all. I fooled y’all! I’m still making crap decisions, but it’s okay.”As for how her season ended, Brown said she has no regrets and wouldn’t change a thing. “I just really have to believe that there’s really something so much greater from all this that I just—I’m still on the journey of figuring it out, you know?” she said. “It’s called growing and learning.”