Pre-Premiere Follower Count: 10,000
Current Follower Count: 317,000
Argument For: Miss Alabama 2018 managed to charm viewers with her goofiness and Southern charm, even managing to survive what could've been an epic two-on-one-in-the-making feud with Caelynn, her former pageant friend-turned-nemesis and come out of it unscathed, a rare Bachelor feat.
"It would be something I would want to do if given the opportunity," Hannah told us after the WTA taping. "I would love the opportunity and to find somebody, I think it can happen here. I really, really believe in this being a way you can find your person."
And, stick with us weirdly-obsessed-with-editing-and-promos-level viewers here, but anyone else notice that the hometown episode did not include the footage of Hannah making a surprise return, which was teased in the preview for the episode? Hm...could they have taken it out to avoid possibly sullying her great exit?
After asking Twitter who should be the next Bachelorette, series creator Mike Fleiss cryptically tweeted, " To B, or not to B, that is the question? #TheBachelorette." It would be kind of fun to see her unleash Hannah Beast on the 30 guys, no?
Argument Against: By the time the decision is made, will Hannah still be fresh enough in viewers' minds? Plus, the fact that she totally froze during that first one-on-one date with Colton isn't likely to heat up her chances. (OK, that was cheap, we admit.)
Similar to how Colton said he really learned a lot about himself during his time on The Bachelorette and Bachelor in Paradise before becoming the Bachelor, Hannah B. also felt changed by her time on the show. "Regardless of what anybody says, I thrived in that environment," she said. "I had ups and downs, absolutely, but I evolved as a person."
But can we just say we can't deal with "Roll tide!" becoming Hannah's version of Becca Kufrin's "Let's do the damn thing!" We CAN'T.