Jed Wyatt Finally Speaks Out on 'The Bachelor Presents: Listen to Your Heart' During Show's Premiere

'The Bachelorette's Jed Wyatt speaks out on 'The Bachelor: Listen to Your Heart.'
'The Bachelorette's Jed Wyatt speaks out on 'The Bachelor: Listen to Your Heart.' | Instagram / Jed Wyatt

Fans of The Bachelor franchise generally are in consensus on who the good and bad guys are, and that's no exception for Jed Wyatt. The aspiring musician competed for Hannah Brown's rose on her season of The Bachelorette and ultimately won, but it was no happy-ever-after for the pair. After the Alabama native discovered Jed had a girlfriend when he came onto the show, it became evident that he was there for all the wrong reasons, one being to promote his music career. Ew.

And while many fans are over it by now, we can't poke fun at the fact that ABC debuted a new show, titled The Bachelor Presents: Listen to Your Heart, just about a year after Hannah B.'s season, which is all about musical artists finding love. Jed would've been perfect for that, right? Well, most people are even convinced that producers came up with this spinoff just to spite Jed, with some believing even the title is directly inspired by him, as well.

As Bachelor Nation stars, along with fans, headed to social media last night to live-tweet the show's premiere, Jed himself finally weighed in. For his first tweet since July 2019, the Nashville native wrote, "Something about this new show feels familiar. Maybe it’s Trevor’s jacket, maybe it’s all the guitars. Stay tuned." True.

While many found the tweet humorous, others took it as an opportunity to remind Jed of how badly he messed up with Hannah B. "Maybe it’s all the deception and lies?," one person replied, as another wrote, "Maybe they’re all secretly in relationships?" One person really went for the jugular when they responded, "And all of them have more talent than you." Ouch!

So remember when I said most people were over Jed's big Bachelorette fail? Maybe I was wrong. Our advice for him? Better stay off social media when it comes to The Bachelor franchise and its fans.