Hannah Ann Isn’t Going to Be the Next Bachelorette, Folks

*Warning: Spoilers ahead*

Hannah Ann has been a front-runner in Peter Weber’s season of The Bachelor since the very beginning (who could forget #ChampagneGate?!). As the season’s progressed, their love for one another has grown one middle school love note and Venmo theory at a time. Now, there’s even more evidence that Hannah Ann just might win Weber’s heart in the end.

Earlier today, Good Morning America producer Tony Morrison revealed via Twitter that ABC will be announcing the next Bachelorette live on air on Monday, March 2. What does this have to do with the 23-year-old model’s relationship? Well, some had speculated that Madison and the 28-year-old pilot would ultimately end up together, leaving Hannah Ann (and Victoria F.) in the clear to become the next Bachelorette. But, since ABC is revealing the next Bachelorette before the final rose ceremony of The Bachelor airs later that evening at 8 p.m. PT/ET, it’s safe to assume that none of the women still in contention for The Bachelor will be named the Bachelorette. Why? Well, ABC wouldn’t dare risk a dip in ratings by kind of spoiling The Bachelor ending.

With Hannah Ann, Madison and Victoria F. out of the way, which other women in Bachelor Nation could be crowned the Bachelorette? Well, many are speculating that Hannah Brown may snag the gig, even though we’ve all been there before and she just signed on to the Dancing with the Stars tour. Other options include Bachelor Nation vets like Tia Booth (Colton Underwood’s Bachelor in Paradise ex) and Kendall Long (from Arie Luyendyk Jr.’s season of The Bachelor). Fans are also into the idea of Kelley, Kelsey, Mykenna, Alayah, or Sydney.

We never thought we’d say this, but we can’t wait for Monday.

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