Villains gotta vill...and viewers gotta hate.
As any loyal Bachelor Nation fan knows, there's always one contestant each season that seems more than happy to take on the villain role. They start drama with the other contestants. They talk smack about everyone, even the lead sometimes. They even sometimes encourage the hate-tweets on social media while the show's airing.
Hannah Brown's current season of The Bachelorette is proving to be no different, with a few guys looking to take on the title of season 15's most controversial suitor. But here's the twist: Both of them—Luke P. and Cam—were the two recipients of her first impression roses.
Still, it's not unheard of for a frontrunner or even a winner to become the villain of their season; we've even had a lead become one of the franchise's most-hated personalities of all time.
While their season is airing and the viewers can't get enough of their misdeeds and bad behavior, the controversial contestants seem to be everywhere, attending red carpets, doing endless interviews and hawking diet teas and workout plans on social media. But what happens when all of the hype dies down?
We decided to check in on some of the franchise's most infamous villains of all-time, to see what they're up to now and if they've changed their ways.
So for all future aspiring contestants, take a look back at where some of the most polarizing franchise's contestants ended up after their time on the show came to an end...
The Bachelorette airs Mondays at 8 p.m. on ABC.