Colton Underwood Shed Light on Hannah Brown and Caelynn Miller-Keyes’ Bad Blood in His New Book
Colton Underwood revealed the real reason behind Hannah Brown and Caelynn Miller-Keyes’ feud
According to Cosmopolitan, Underwood shared why Brown and Caelynn Miller-Keyes were fighting on the show.
Colton Underwood’s season is still one of the last, dramatic seasons of The Bachelor that fans got. While Peter Weber had a lot of drama, it was more annoying than entertaining for some fans. Underwood jumped a fence and wouldn’t stop answering questions about his virginity; talk about entertaining! Anyway, now that it’s been a while since Underwood was on-screen as the bachelor, he’s out with a memoir called The First Time, spilling details about the show, the women, and more. And he has a bit to say about Hannah Brown.
To recap, both Brown and Miller-Keyes competed for Miss USA prior to The Bachelor. Brown said that they had a falling out and the pageant was “the most hostile environment.” While that sounds more like what Underwood shared, Miller-Keyes had a completely different story behind their bad blood.
“From what they told me off-camera, their problem had to do with a tasteless joke about a serious matter related to one of their family members,” an excerpt from The First Time reads. “I won’t say anything more. The tension of being on the show together opened this old wound and cast a dark cloud over the entire week.”
“We were super close and then she wasn’t happy that I was first runner-up. She was sad that she didn’t place, for sure,” Miller-Keyes said, according to Cosmopolitan. “There were a lot of hurt feelings. With Hannah, there’s a facade and then it starts to crumble. Hannah kind of snapped. She flipped a switch and I was like, ‘Wow, this is a whole new Hannah.’”