All the Signs that Jed Wins Hannah Brown’s Season of ‘The Bachelorette’
*Warning: Spoilers ahead*
It’s no secret that Jed Wyatt is a front-runner on Hannah Brown’s season of The Bachelorette. And while we originally thought that his ever-present music career would be his downfall, last night’s episode proved that there’s nothing Jed can do wrong to change his front-runner status.
Here, all the clues that prove Jed wins season 15 of the popular dating series.
1. He's practically already won
In episode ten of The Bachelorette, Jed made the amateur mistake of demanding an explanation from Brown, who kept Luke Parker against everyone’s wishes.
“I just don’t fully understand how you can be as amazing as you are and even consider someone like him,” he said.
In past seasons, this would be an automatic red flag, especially this late in the game. However, Brown wasn’t all that fazed by Jed’s accusation. In fact, she forgave him before inviting him to join her in the Fantasy Suite, proving that no drama will break their bond.
2. He's giving her what she wants
From the beginning, Brown has encouraged the men to be honest with her, and—whether we like it or not—that’s exactly what Jed is doing. During his one-on-one date in episode four, he revealed that he originally came on the show to promote his music career.
“When I signed up for the show, I was so clueless,” he said. “I was open to the idea because I love ‘love.’ But my first thought was, you know, ‘This is, like, a huge platform.’ And I just want you to know the truth.”
3. His screen time is at an all-time high
Take episode seven of The Bachelorette: Jed snuck out and surprised Brown in her hotel room, where he serenaded her on the guitar for a solid ten minutes. Was it necessary? Not really…unless he’s the winner.
4. He has luck on his side
When Hannah and Jed played basketball with the Celtics in episode four, the musician sank a behind-the-back shot with ease. After the show aired, Jed posted a photo on his personal Instagram account and revealed that it took him only one try.
“Fun fact: THE BEHIND THE BACK SHOT WAS FIRST TRY,” he wrote. “@gmb_chum12 [Terry Rozier] must have given me some good juju…”
5. Just Ask Reality Steve
Before The Bachelorette premiered on ABC, Reality Steve predicted that Brown would choose Tyler in the end (his guess is usually accurate). However, after new evidence surfaced, the blogger changed his prediction to Jed.
“Sorry the initial Tyler info was wrong. Just wasn’t as solid as I thought it was. But the info about Jed from three weeks ago is as solid as I can get and I just have to leave it at that,” he wrote. “Every time I’ve had to change my spoiler in the past (Ali [Fedotowsky], Kaitlyn [Bristowe], Rachel [Lindsay]) it’s ended up being right, so, take that for what it’s worth.”
6. …and Jimmy Kimmel
Many people don’t realize that Jimmy Kimmel has a hidden talent when it comes to Bachelor Nation predictions. Not only has he accurately guessed the last six of seven seasons of The Bachelor and five of last seven seasons of The Bachelorette, but he also pegged Jed as this season’s winner.
So, will Jed win Hannah’s heart (and the final rose)? The Bachelorette airs on Mondays at 8 p.m. on ABC.