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Hannah Brown Probably Isn't Returning as 'The Bachelorette' Next Season For This Reason

Is Hannah Brown taking on The Bachelorette again?! Not so fast…

Rumors have been swirling that Hannah, 25, was going to be returning for season 15 of The Bachelorette for another shot at love, but a recent announcement might have nixed those rumors.

Hannah has been confirmed for six additional tour stops with Dancing with the Stars: Live! 2020 in March, which could conflict with The Bachelorette filming.

In past seasons, The Bachelorette begins filming in March – and Hannah‘s new tour dates are from March 24-29.

Hannah won season 28 of DWTS back in November, and will be reuniting with partner Alan Bersten on the tour.

Hannah first appeared in Colton Underwood‘s season of The Bachelor in early 2019 before headlining The Bachelorette later that year. She then appeared in the January 2020 premiere of The Bachelor, starring Peter Weber.

If you missed it, Hannah Brown recently revealed she wasn’t allowed to sign up for this dating app!

'Bachelorette' Star Trista Sutter Reveals Leg Surgery - Find Out What Happened!

Trista Sutter is on the mend after a painful surgery!

The 47-year-old The Bachelorette star took to Instagram on Friday (February 7) to reveal that she had undergone surgery “to fix a broken tibia, torn ligament and syndesmosis tear” after an incident where she “rolled [her] left foot while all [her] weight crunched down on it” as she was playing tennis with friends.

“I had never broken a bone before, but leave it to me (and Murphy’s freaking law) to break my ankle 3 days into not having insurance. We’re all good thanks to Cobra, but ugh!” Trista wrote.

“I definitely have a newfound appreciation for those out there dealing with injuries or disease, lack of insurance or lack of funds and single parents who may not have the assistance of someone like my hardworking, thoughtful, stepping-up husband and kids, and my sweet friends,” Trista added.

Trista‘s husband Ryan Sutter took to Instagram few days later to inform followers that she is now resting comfortably at home.

“Tirelessly working? After surgery this morning to repair a broken tibia and torn ligaments in her ankle, @tristasutter is finally home, recovering and ‘listening’ in on the hockey board meeting,” Ryan wrote. “Thanks to everyone who has helped us out the past few days. Not the best timing or situation but definitely the best group of friends and experts we could ever hope for. Thank you Thank you Thank you!”

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The Bachelorette's Ali Fedotowsky Reveals Skin Cancer Diagnosis

Ali Fedotowsky has revealed that she has skin cancer.

The 35-year-old Bachelorette alum took to Instagram on Thursday (January 23) to encourage fans to get their skin checked regularly.

“GET YOUR SKIN CHECKED,” she captioned the photos below. “A couple weeks ago I found out I have skin cancer. When my dermatologist used the c-word, I just about fainted in his office.”

“Thankfully, the type of skin cancer I have is rarely fatal and really never fatal when you catch it early,” she continued. “It’s called Basal cell carcinoma. Swipe to the third pic to see what my mole looked like before I got the biopsy done (so you know what to look for). It’s on the left side of my body. The scar right above my belly button is from when I had cells/skin that may be cancerous removed six months ago. Needless to say, i’m never exposing my stomach to sun without sunscreen again!”

“Basal cell carcinoma is super common,” she added. “The most common skin cancer. You probably know someone who has it. So it’s no big deal. But what IS a big deal is not treating it and treating it early. That is why going to a dermatologist and getting your skin checked every year is SO important (I now go every 3/6 months).”

“The VERY first thing I did when I got diagnosed was text my family on a group text urging them all to get their skin checked,” she wrote. “So I’m doing the same for all of you, my extended family, right here and right now. I’m lucky it wasn’t melanoma. And I’m lucky that I caught it early.”

“Moving forward I plan on making it a priority of mine to use the best natural products on my skin and be rigorous about applying sunscreen and reminding all of you to do the same!” Ali Fedotowsky finished. “I love you guys! Take care of yourselves! #skincancer #skincancerawareness #skincancerprevention #basalcellcarcinoma #basalcell #skincheck.”

READ MORE: Bachelorette’s Hannah Brown Responds to Jennifer Aniston’s Shady Comment About Her!

'Bachelor' Producers Speak Out After Tyler Gwozdz's Death

The Bachelor producers are speaking out following the shocking death of Tyler Gwozdz.

The former Bachelorette contestant died from a possible overdose on Wednesday (January 22) at age 29.

In a statement to the Bachelor Nation blog on Thursday, producers said, “The eldest of five, Tyler was a loving son and friend to many. A successful entrepreneur, Gwozdz was planning on becoming a psychologist, working to obtain his PhD. Tyler had an adventurous spirit and a zest for life.”

They added, “We are heartbroken to hear the tragic news of Tyler’s passing today. Our thoughts are with the Gwozdz family and his friends.”

READ MORE: Celebrity Deaths in 2020 – Remembering The Stars We’ve Lost

Tyler Gwozdz Dead - 'Bachelorette' Contestant Dies at 29 After Possible Overdose

[UPDATE: The Bachelor producers are speaking out following Tyler Gwozdz's shocking death.]

Tyler Gwozdz, who was known as Tyler G. on Hannah Brown‘s season of The Bachelorette, has passed away at the age of 29.

Earlier today, it was revealed that Tyler G. had possibly overdosed on heroin and was in the hospital for treatment.

TMZ has just reported that he passed away and his body is with the Palm Beach County Medical Examiner’s Office.

Tyler G. made it through three weeks on The Bachelorette and even had a one-on-one date with Hannah. However, he mysteriously left the show and Hannah only said that he “had to leave.”

Our thoughts are with Tyler‘s loved ones during this difficult time.

We’re mourning all the stars we’ve lost in 2020 so far.

Bachelorette's Tyler Gwozdz Hospitalized After Suspected Overdose (Report)

Tyler Gwozdz, who was knows as Tyler G. during his time as a contestant on Hannah Brown‘s season of The Bachelorette, was in the hospital this week for a suspected overdose.

If you don’t remember, last season on the show, Tyler went on a one-on-one date with Hannah before he mysteriously disappeared from the show. Hannah simply said Tyler G. had to leave and he was never seen on the show again.

According to police in Boca Raton, Florida, they received an emergency call on Monday (January 13) for a possible overdose and Tyler was transferred to the ICU. The 911 call also features a woman saying Tyler might have overdosed on heroin, TMZ reports.

We’re wishing Tyler G. the best during this time.