Bachelor Nation has spoken, but will Hannah Brown listen?
A whopping 39% of “The Bachelorette” fans voted in Gold Derby’s recent poll that 26-year-old general contractor Tyler Cameron from Jupiter, Florida should win ABC’s reality TV show, followed by 23% who voted for 27-year-old pilot Peter Weber from Westlake Village, California. While this is great news for Tyler and Peter, what does it mean for the other 10 guys, including controversial suitor Luke Parker? Read on for the full poll results.
During the past two episodes both Tyler and Peter got special one-on-one time with the former Miss Alabama USA. Tyler and Hannah went fishing in Newport, Rhode Island where he comforted her following the dramatic Luke P. vs. Luke S. fight from the night before, then their date ended as they danced hand-in-hand to live music from Jake Owen. Peter, who was bold enough to ask Hannah to be his girlfriend, later made out with her on the poll table in Inverness, Scotland.
The only other contestant to earn double-digits in our poll was Jed Wyatt at 14%, who last week won the Old Scottish Highland Games during the group date. Jed did the best at throwing his axe, running with milk and tackling the other guys, so his reward was getting to tackle Hannah to the ground all while wearing a traditional kilt that left little to the imagination. Back at the house, Lady Hannah made out with Lord Jed as a way of congratulating him for taking down all of the other guys during the Scottish games.
As for this season’s villain Luke P., he only nabbed 7% of support from our readers. Hannah surprisingly gave him a rose at the latest ceremony against the wishes of all of the remaining competitors. However, after their one-on-one date went awry, Hannah refused to give him a rose at dinner. Does that mean Luke P. is out of the competition for good, or will Hannah change her mind?
How did each of the Top 12 guys fare when we asked viewers to vote for whom they wanted Hannah to choose? Here are the complete poll results:
Tyler Cameron — 39%
Peter Weber — 23%
Jed Wyatt — 14%
Connor Saeli — 8%
Luke Parker — 7%
Garrett Powell — 4%
Mike Johnson — 4%
Dustin Kendrick — 1%
Devin Harris — 0%
Dylan Barbour — 0%
Grant Eckel — 0%
Kevin Fortenberry — 0%