Hannah Brown proved during last night’s premiere of The Bachelorette that she’s not playing games when it comes to finding her husband. After learning that one of the guys had a girlfriend back home, she threw him out of the mansion immediately, asking the remaining men to speak up about anything they may be holding back.
But he wasn’t the only man to go. In fact, Hannah decided to eliminate a good handful of guys. During the episode, she apologized that she didn’t get to talk to everyone so some of the eliminated contestants may not have had a chance to talk to her more than the introduction at the mansion’s front doors.
Here’s who was eliminated during Season 15 Episode 1.
Scott Anderson is the man in question, who reportedly had a girlfriend back home. Scott, who is originally from Chicago, Illinois, tried to win Hannah’s heart by planning out their future home together.
But it didn’t take long for Hannah to learn about his secrets and she kicked him out relatively fast after their conversation. However, he didn’t take the criticism lightly, firing back that him dating someone before coming on the show isn’t that much different from her dating Colton Underwood last season.
Brian Bowles was eliminated during the rose ceremony. Brian, who is the 30-year-old math teacher from Louisville, Kentucky, didn’t steal the episode.
Instead, he appeared to take a backseat to most of the drama. Based on his ABC bio, he’s a sarcasm enthusiast and he loves to sing karaoke. It’s too bad that we won’t be seeing more of him.
Chasen Coscia was eliminated during the rose ceremony and viewers were shocked that he was sent home so quickly. Chasen, who won over the hearts of those watching, didn’t appear to make a lasting connection with Hannah.
The pilot was sent flying, but many wonder if he will show up again in Mexico for Bachelor In Paradise, pulling a Joe Amabile from last year.
Hunter Jones was another of Hannah’s suitors that didn’t get too much airtime during the premiere episode. He’s a pro surfer from California and he’s currently pursuing his dream of becoming a professional athlete in the surfing world.
His ABC bio reveals that he’s still living at home with his parents, so maybe Hannah felt that there was no room for her there.
Joe Barsano, also known as the box guy, tried to impress Hannah with his knowledge of box making. He continued to tell her that he makes boxes for a living and can make any kind of box she wants.
Sadly, the box king didn’t win Hannah’s heart during night 1, sending this Chicago man packing. Hopefully, he’ll be able to find love in Chicago with someone who finds his box-making skills impressive.
Old Matt Donald, as his friends call him, didn’t make it past the first round, even though he tried to make himself memorable by driving to the mansion on a tractor.
Despite his name and his entrance on a tractor, he’s not a farmer. Instead, Matt works as a medical device salesman. Both of his parents are deaf and he was filmed signing with them in his intro package. We’re confident he will find love soon enough!
Ryan “roller boy” Spirko didn’t make a lasting impression on Hannah. Even though he describes himself as a risk-taker in his Bachelorette bio, he didn’t take enough risks to win over Hannah’s heart.
Instead, he saw himself eliminated on night 1. Good thing his favorite food is ice cream. He’ll need plenty of that as he watches the rest of the season from his couch.
The last person to be eliminated during night 1 of The Bachelorette was Thomas. He was the international pro basketball player from Detroit, Michigan. Sadly, he won’t be able to impress Hannah with his skills on the court, but surely he’ll be able to find the woman of his dreams in Michigan.
The Bachelorette airs Mondays at 8/7c on ABC.
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