Bachelorette star Hannah Brown responded to country singer Jake Owen after he debuted a song that he says was inspired by her recent return during Peter Weber’s premiere episode of The Bachelor.
On Thursday, Owen, 38, took to Twitter live to share the story of getting inspired to write the song after watching the premiere with his wife earlier in the week.
“Monday night, my girlfriend had the damn TV on and all you heard about on the new Bachelor was Alabama Hannah, it was just Alabama Hannah everywhere,” Owen explained. “She won’t go away.”
“This has nothing to do with the actual Bachelorette. This is just everyday life,” Owen said.
“Alabama Hannah, what do you want? / If it’s love that you need, well then honey, it’s gone,” the song begins. “You had your chances, so won’t you leave me alone. / Alabama Hannah, won’t you go on back home.”
Alabama Hannah (live from the barn)
— Jake Owen (@jakeowen) January 10, 2020
Owen continues: “I been out here in California, I’ve been soaking up the sun / There’s lots of pretty ladies, and I can’t pick just one / I’m flying high, I got peace of mind, I already raised the bar / Now you’re showing up here tonight, who do you think you are?”
“Well I guess you think you messed up since you seen me moving on / Thinking we could pick up, right where we left off,” the song continues. “But you got to lay in the bed you made, and I hate to let you down / Girl this ain’t no windmill, we can’t go round and round.”
Hannah Brown responded via Twitter:
“Well, this is one way to get a song written about you. This is some catchy shade @jakeowen,” she wrote.
— Hannah Brown (@hannahbrown) January 10, 2020
“It’s hilarious and even though it’s like a diss at me the whole time, I was tapping my foot along to it and laughing. You need to check it out!” Brown said. “Jake, let me know when you need me for the music video.”
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