It’s the quote that’s sure to go down in “The Bachelorette” history: “I have had sex and Jesus still loves me.”
Hannah Brown said those words to Luke Parker after she dumped the reality TV villain during Monday’s Greece episode. Following their one-on-one date that included a helicopter ride, Luke ruined everything when he confessed to Hannah that he’d be “wanting to go home” if she’d been intimate with any of the other guys. At first the former Miss Alabama USA tried to let Luke down easy, telling him “It’s over,” but when he refused to leave she was forced to reveal the truth. Watch the dramatic video above.
“I can probably get you to go in that limo,” she said to Luke as rain pelted them from above. “I have had sex and Jesus still loves me. From obviously how you feel, me f***ing in a windmill, you probably want to leave.” Luke was absolutely gobsmacked at hearing that news, unable to speak. Hannah opened the car door and squinted at him through the rain. “And my husband would never say what you said to me.”
Later in a private confessional, Hannah confirmed, “I didn’t just go to the fantasy suite. I f***ed in a windmill. And guess what? We did it a second time.” She was referring to her time with Peter Weber, as their date ended in the windmill where Hannah found things like chocolates and condoms that had been supplied to them by the producers. As for the other guys (for those keeping track at home), Hannah and Tyler Cameron officially did not do the deed, while she woke up in bed next to a shirtless Jed Wyatt in a private villa so … maybe?
After Hannah dumped him, Luke asked if he could “pray over her,” to which she quickly snapped back, “No.” She then flipped him off as he drove away, rolling her eyes at the thought of wasting so much energy on her toxic relationship with this 24-year-old import/export manager. Should Hannah give Luke a second chance? Vote down in our poll below and then defend your choice in the comments section.
But wait — that’s not the end of Luke. As the preview trailer teased, Luke will unexpectedly return at a later episode as Hannah is debating between her final three suitors. “Hannah thought there’s no way I would want to be with her anymore after the last thing she told me,” Luke declares. “And she’s sadly mistaken.” “The Bachelorette” returns next Monday night on ABC.