'Bachelorette' Promo Confuses Twitter, Further Disappointing Bachelor Nation

Not only has this season of The Bachelorette brought the macho drama Bachelor Nation hasn't seen in a while, but it has also arguably been one of the show's most frustrating seasons.

Many viewers' minds are still confused by the fact that Luke P. has remained a frontrunner in Hannah B.'s mind since night one — despite his portrayal as being overly territorial and aggressive. While it has long been revealed that Luke is behind the "Jesus still loves me" drama, this latest promo for this Monday's upcoming show has given little to no insight into whether the Georgia native is packing his bags any time soon.

Of course, it is the job of Bachelorette producers to keep audience members guessing and coming back week after week by dangling tantalizing tidbits of information, the most recent promo is simply confusing.

Showing Alabama native Hannah in a museum — possibly located in The Netherlands — the caption reads: "Is it time for Hannah to let that man Gough?" The promo then shows a "painting" of the Bachelorette's remaining suitors: Peter, Mike, Jed, Connor, Garrett, Luke and Tyler. Instead of focusing on one of the suitors (ahem, Luke P.), the promo looks to cast each man in the same light — giving Bachelor Nation zero insight into what is going on in Hannah's head.

Though puns are a great way to lighten the mood, in moments as tense as this, Bachelor Nation was not having it.

"Y'all are running out of ideas, I see," one Twitter user wrote. "This is the worst promo edit ever. So strange."

"Weird. Creepy. Disappointing," @pauladene71 responded.

"Stop saying, 'Will she finally let him go?' every single week when we KNOW you're lying because we saw him in other previews," another fan added.

"Omg, this is stupid...sorry! Lol Just get rid of Luke, please," @GkGgirl concluded.
"It's like the Nick [Viall] script all over again! & please, don't make him the next Bachelor, too!"

It may not be completely certain which suitor will bite the dust this week, but as hometowns quickly approach, Hannah B. has some tough decisions ahead of her.

Find out what is next for Hannah B. and the remaining men when The Bachelorette airs Monday nights on ABC at 8 p.m. ET.

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Hannah Brown is The Bachelorette this season. ABC/Ed Herrera
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