The Bachelorette's Hannah Brown Wants Tyler to Be "Part of Her Life," and Honestly, Same


After a whirlwind finale that left viewers wholeheartedly shook, The Bachelorette's Hannah Brown jetted off to New York City to rehash all the drama on Good Morning America. The 24-year-old Alabama native sat down with host Michael Strahan Wednesday morning to spill the juicy details on her decision to break things off with Jed "I'm Really Proud of My Dog Food Jingle" Wyatt, why she's still excited about her future, and perhaps mostly importantly, where things stand with Tyler Cameron.

Although Hannah admitted that Jed hiding his pre-show girlfriend was "a whole different level of betrayal," she explained that she doesn't regret the choices she made during her season of the ABC dating show. "I could 'What if?' and wonder what would happen if I made different choices, but ultimately . . . I found that fierce love and it's for me, and I think that's worth it all," she told Strahan. We stan a self-loving queen!

Hannah went on to coyly address her possible future with Tyler after she boldly asked him on a date when they reunited during the live finale. "Those feelings were real when we were together, and you don't just turn off emotions," Hannah said. "He's always been supportive and respectful and has continued to do so. I want him to be a part of my life in some way, so I wanna be able to hang out . . . no pressure, just . . . hang out." I don't know about you, Bachelor Nation, but it certainly sounds like these two have some unfinished business to tend to!

Ahead, watch all the videos from Hannah's Good Morning America appearance to see what else she had to say about her journey to find love — and to see her compete against fellow former Bachelorette Rachel Lindsay in a fun game on set!

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