Let’s be real for a second. We all thought that Jed Wyatt of Hannah Brown’s season The Bachelorette inspired The Bachelor presents: listen to your heart when the spin-off series was announced by ABC. The new show follows a format similar to Bachelor in paradise, but with budding musicians and shows to prove their love. Of course, after Brown’s wild season, many viewers joked that Wyatt should have waited a year before making his Bachelor beginning. Then when Listen to your heart Created on April 13, Brown and bachelorette runner-up Tyler Cameron omitted Wyatt from separate Twitter posts. And basically, everyone in the fandom seemed to share the same feelings.
What happened to Tyler Cameron, Hannah Brown, Jed Wyatt on “The Bachelorette”?
If you need a reminder, The Bachelorette Season 16 did not end as expected. Throughout their time together, Brown started out with Wyatt, who was a budding musician. And with a rattling dog under his belt, Wyatt has always been seen playing the guitar. He even wrote a song called “Mr. Right, “claiming to be Brown’s perfect match. But he couldn’t be more wrong.
In The Bachelorette final, Brown chose Wyatt over Cameron. However, after the ABC reality series was filmed, the world learned that Wyatt had a girlfriend at home. Meanwhile, Wyatt was open to his musical career. Viewers therefore believed that the candidate was not there for the right reasons.
And then The Bachelorette final, Brown ended his engagement to Wyatt. She came back and dropped the ring and left. “I’m not with Jed anymore,” said Brown to host Chris Harrison at the time. “The engagement is over. We are not together. This is not what I answered “yes” to. “
Meanwhile, Brown has reunited with his finalist, Cameron. She also asked him to go out on stage. However, the couple did not get back together. But now it looks like Brown and Cameron have reconnected and formed a strong friendship. They were quarantined together at the start of the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19). Then, in a fan-recorded Zoom call, Cameron shared the status of their relationship.
“Tea is that we are friends. She is a good friend, “he said.
Hannah Brown and Tyler Cameron call Jed Wyatt while watching “The Bachelor Presents: Listen to Your Heart”
When The baccalaureate: listen to your heart aired on Monday, April 13, Brown expressed his frustrations with the new spin-off series by making a subtle reference to Wyatt.
“I’m triggered by all of this,” Brown wrote on Twitter. She also tagged Harrison and used #TheBachelorLTYH. Now, if you weren’t sure what she was referring to in the tweet, Brown posted a GIF of herself breaking with Wyatt on The Bachelorette.
Meanwhile, Cameron commented directly on Wyatt in a live tweet on Listen to your heart Monday evening. “They should give producer Jed credits because he’s certainly the creative idea behind this show,” the reality star wrote on Twitter, echoing the thoughts of Bachelor Nation fans at home.
He also has subtly dragged the end of Wyatt sure The Bachelorette in another post. “We’ve already seen how it all goes,” Cameron wrote alongside a photo by Trevor Holmes of Listen to your heart, who coincidentally wore a jacket that looked a bit like Wyatt.
Chris Harrison shares what really inspired “The Bachelor: Listen to Your Heart”
It’s pretty clear that everyone in Bachelor Nation sees the link between Wyatt and Listen to your heart. But even so, Harrison opened up on the inspiration behind the spinoff series.
“He really came out of A star is born meets The single person“Harrison told Good Morning America on April 13. “You know that Oscar moment when Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga are performing and we thought,” Wow, can they have a baby on stage with that chemistry? »»
He continued: “Can we sprinkle this Bachelor fairy dust and actually create it in real life? And that’s the premise. Could we create this incredible relationship which is also this incredible love duet? “
Meanwhile, Harrison put a shadow to him before the Listen to your heart first. Speaking with Refinery29, Harrison spoke of Wyatt and implied that he could not have made it into the cast of the spin-off, even though he was still single.
“It’s not an offense for Jed, but they are legitimate musicians from all walks of life,” said Harrison. “We have people who come from their church choirs, people who have a history on Broadway, people who have been grinding in Nashville for years and have never been able to. We have one of the guys who went far enough American Idol. “
Whether you choose to believe Harrison or not, fans will likely think back to the Brown season of The Bachelorette Everytime Listen to your heart aired on ABC. So hold on tight and just hope that everyone in the spinoff series gets the other end in one piece.
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