Guest host Sean Hayes interviewed Hannah Ann on The Ellen Show. He asked her if Peter was a good kisser. She wouldn't give a verbal answer but made faces and noises that communicated that he wasn't. Maybe she was just throwing shade, but if he really wasn't a good kisser, why would she want to get engaged to him? Liking to kiss the person you're going to marry seems kind of important, no?
He also asked who from Bachelor Nation she'd like to date, and she said Tyler Cameron without question. But she might be a bit too late. He and Hannah Brown have gotten together a couple of times in the few past weeks. They may be just friends, but she went to visit/support him when his mom died, and he was seen picking her up yesterday at the Palm Beach airport, which is near Jupiter, FL. I wouldn't be sad to see them get together, but I also think it's cool if they're just good friends.
Hannah Ann certainly won the lottery with the way the show ended. She's the only one doing the talk show circuit out of Peter and the final two women. Well played, Hannah Ann. After being all passive and blah and (in my opinion) doing what she had to do to win, she certainly did an about face and became a firecracker in a way that impressed everyone and made her the most "girl power" person since Hannah B. I liked the feisty version of her, but it made me think that the person we saw all season was a fake, so I'm not sure what to think overall. Whatever was going on, it certainly got her to a good place career-wise.
I wasn't particularly a fan of Hannah Ann's. She always seemed so calculated and measured and lacking in emotion. But I came across this episode of Nick Viall's podcast and was pleasantly surprised by her. She's still not overly emotional, but by the end of it, I believed that she actually did care for Peter and had taken her engagement seriously. She's apparently just a super-logical type person (and probably my polar opposite LOL).