Last night’s episode of The Bachelorette Men Tell All was a complete and total Luke Parker show. Not only did the episode revolve around Parker and his refusal to leave Hannah Brown at the rose ceremony, but he was also forced to sit on the hot seat and take every criticism thrown his way.
Despite the fact the show was all about Parker, there were a few other moments that stood out. From a Bachelor in Paradise confirmation to a hint about who may be the next Bachelor, here are the top five highlights from the episode.
Luke Parker took a serious beating during last night’s Men Tell All episode. Not only was the live audience not on his side, but none of the guys supported him, and host Chris Harrison didn’t make it easy for him. Despite all that, Parker revealed he doesn’t regret anything. This is pretty darn shocking, especially considering the backlash he faced.
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Fan-favorite John Paul Jones will officially be looking for love in Mexico in just a few short weeks. Harrison brought Jones to the hot seat to ask him a few questions and even let a major fan cut a piece of his hair off! No, we’re not joking. Jones is a contestant we’ll never forget.
The Next Bachelor?
Mike Johnson is a fan favorite to be the next Bachelor, and he made a case for himself. Johnson was not only standing up for Hannah Brown, but he also expressed gratitude towards her, the show, and the guys he met. Brown even revealed she’s “rooting for him,” which could be a hint that he’s going to be the Bachelor. Time will tell!
Parker joined the rest of the guys on the stage after his time on the hot seat but apparently decided it was too much for him and just got up and left. He didn’t say anything, he didn’t tell anyone, he just got up and left the building. Good riddance.
After so much back and forth with Parker the past few weeks, Brown felt it was important to apologize to Bachelor Nation for keeping him around so long. She revealed she needed to figure out his flaws for herself before she would’ve felt comfortable sending him home. Her apology was unexpected, but for many it was necessary.