Colton & Hannah G.’s Massage Date On ‘The Bachelor’ Irked Some Fans

Hannah G. has been a front runner on The Bachelor since the very beginning — Colton Underwood did give her the first impression rose, after all. And on Monday night’s episode, her chemistry with Colton on their one-on-one date was undeniable, although it did leave fans wanting more. Colton and Hannah G.’s PDA practically took over their Bachelor massage date, and fans are a little bummed that they didn’t get more of an opportunity to get to know Hannah better during the date, like they have with other contestants this season.

Once Colton and his contestants made it to Vietnam, Hannah G. was the first to snag a one-on-one, and that meant they spent the day being massaged and given spa treatments, followed up by time in an outdoor shower and in a hot tub. It was a very romantic day, which led to a lot of romantic things… AKA pretty much constant making out. It stands to reason that kissing isn’t the only thing that Hannah and Colton did all day, but that’s the only thing that the cameras showed, and fans have taken to Twitter to share that they are disappointed with the way that things played out.

A lot of people pointed out the fact that Colton and Hannah barely talked:

It’s true — the date didn’t show a lot of their conversation at all. Most of their date that fans watched at home was totally nonverbal (minus Colton’s awkward joke about wanting to eat Hannah’s sushi roll) and that meant that there wasn’t much of a chance to learn anything new about her that she hadn’t already shared before, which wasn’t much, since as she said herself, she’s never been much for opening up.

Even if a lot of their connection happened off screen, it’s clear that Hannah’s already a front runner in Colton’s eyes, so it’ll be interesting to see where things between them go from here. He’s said on more than one occasion that she reminds him of "home," and that quality could definitely end up making her final rose material if their relationship keeps progressing.

More to come…

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