‘The Bachelor’ First Look: Hannah Brown Makes a Surprise Appearance on Peter Weber’s Season (Video)

“I know there’s still something there,” Brown says in the teaser

The first look at Peter Weber’s season of “The Bachelor” is out, and it teases a surprise appearance from the leading lady of the last season of “The Bachelorette” — Hannah Brown.

After a supercut of several contestants fawning over Weber and how “delicious” he looks — plus the obligatory screaming and crying that comes with almost any footage from “The Bachelor” franchise — Brown shows up for an unexpected chat with her old flame.

“I’m so confused right now. What are you doing here?” Weber asks.

“Making decisions for my heart. Because I know there’s still something there. And I would do anything for a relationship,” Brown responds.

And then Weber drops a bomb that will almost certainly define his season.

“What I’m about to say is extremely crazy,” he says. “What would you say if I asked you to come be a part of the house?”

Cue the angry screams from the other women in the house, who, y’know, went through a rigorous application process to be there.

In case you forgot, Brown, who won “Dancing With the Stars” on Monday, famously shared an… action-packed night in a windmill with Weber in Greece at the end of her season of “The Bachelorette.” Of course, that was shortly before she eliminated him from her top three and sent him home. The rest is history — Brown chose the dreaded Jed Wyatt, who quickly turned out to be a big liar and resulted in a broken engagement. She later attempted to patch things up with Tyler C., but after he was seen at several public outings with supermodel Gigi Hadid, rumors of a Hannah-Tyler relationship fizzled out. Now, it seems that Brown is hoping that the third time will be the charm.

We’ll just have to wait until January when Weber’s season premieres to find out whether their old flame can still be rekindled.

“The Bachelor” Season 24 premieres Jan. 6 on ABC.

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