For the last group date, Weber takes Lauren, Sydney, Payton, Natasha, Alexa, Kelsey, Mykenna, Alayah and Savannah to an auditorium for a competition-style date. The catch? Brown is hosting the group date, and it causes a whole lot of drama.
“The Beast is back, b****es,” Brown says. To which one contestant responds, “Why are you here?”
The former Bachelorette challenges the group to share a personal sex story in front of a live studio audience. While Weber breaks off with the contestants, Brown gets emotional about her ex-boyfriend in behind-the-scenes footage.
In a conversation with producers, Brown admits that she doesn’t know where her head’s at. “I know I care for him,” she says. “I know I loved him, but I know sometimes it doesn’t work.”
Right on cue, Weber walks in to find Brown crying. She opens up about her feelings, saying, “I’m really happy for you. It’s just a lot.”
Brown goes on to say that she “questions a lot” of her decisions on The Bachelorette, which prompts Weber to propose an offer: She can join the show as a contestant.
“Maybe?” Brown hesitantly responds.
She explains that Jed was comfortable, which is why she chose him. Weber reveals that he was willing to give Brown another chance after the show, but he never heard from her…and vice versa.
“I don’t know what to do right now,” Weber says. “I’m so confused.”
Just then, “To be continued…”
Is Weber ready to move on? Or will he send Brown packing? Guess we’ll have to wait until The Bachelor returns next Monday, January 13, at 8 p.m. on ABC.