If you’re even a casual member of Bachelor Nation, then you’re probably well-versed in the current situation involving Hannah Brown, Gigi Hadid, and Tyler Cameron. The Cliff’s Notes version is this: Brown had Cameron, the runner-up from her season of The Bachelorette, over Thursday night, August 1, in Los Angeles. Romance rumors subsequently blossomed, but they were squashed when news broke Cameron went on a date with Gigi Hadid in New York City that Sunday.
Brown went on the record about this to Entertainment Tonight, saying, “I have feelings, but I’m also single and he’s single and I want to keep my options open and he can keep his options open.” Chris Harrison echoed this sentiment to Glamour, confirming that no love triangle exists because “Tyler and Hannah are not in a relationship.”
And now the question-and-answer period of this lecture is over—at least for Brown. In a new interview with Us Weekly, she made it clear she has no interest in speaking about Cameron and Hadid anymore. “I’m not going to talk about Tyler or any of that stuff. Thank you, next,” Brown told the outlet, quoting Ariana Grande’s relationship anthem “Thank U, Next.”
What a perfect, perfect response. I mean, why should Hannah Brown give any more energy into this situation? She’s too wonderful and iconic. Roll Tide, and all that jazz.
I imagine Brown’s becoming more tight-lipped in light of reports Hadid and Cameron went on a second date Monday night, August 5. According to Entertainment Tonight, the duo and some friends went bowling in New York City followed by karaoke. Listen, that may sound fun in theory, but here’s the tea: Bowling is miserable, no matter how fancy the alley. You’re forced to wear ugly shoes while throwing around a giant, marble ball that could kill someone in a room that probably smells like stale cigarettes. And karaoke? Again, a scam! Why would you pay money to listen to your friends sing “Photograph” by Nickelback off-key? Don’t worry, Hannah, you’re not missing anything.
In fact, it looks like her Monday night plans were way better: She attended an ABC Television Critics Association event in Los Angeles wearing a dress that says, “Tyler, who?” and striking a pose that reads, “I’m an unfazed legend.”