Hannah Brown is a divisive figure in Bachelor Nation.
But whether you love her or hate her, there are two truths about Hannah that you simply can't deny:
1. She's done an impressive job of holding onto the spotlight.
2. The woman speaks her mind even when the situation she's describing is a painful one.
And unfortunately, Hannah's time in the public eye has been characterized by questionable decisions and difficult moments.
The most egregious blunder in her recent past is probably Hannah's decision to choose Jed Wyatt over Tyler Cameron in her Bachelorette finale.
Brown quickly saw the error of her ways when it was revealed that Jed had a secret girlfriend waiting for him at home.
She famously asked Cameron on a date during her reunion show, but it seems that was a case of too little, too late.
Perhaps Tyler was already involved with Gigi Hadid, or maybe he just lost all faith in Hannah's judgment after she decided to keep Luke P. around all season.
Whatever the case, the attempted romance quickly fizzled.
Between the Tyler rejection and the fact that Hannah was sent home by Colton Underwood on his season of The Bachelor, it's been a year of heartbreak for Ms. Brown.
Fortunately, it seems Alabama Hannah is taking it all in stride.
Brown was reunited with her two most recent exes at the People's Choice Awards on Sunday.
And it's not like she could have avoided an awkward interaction -- she was seated next to Tyler and Colton for the entire show.
Hannah spoke with E! News after the show, and naturally, she was asked how she felt about sitting with two men who played such a prominent role in her life:
"We all actually like sparked a campfire and just all sang and had s'mores," Hannah joked.
"At this point, I'm so used to sharing way too much of my personal life on television, so of course this is how this would be," she continued, on a more serious note.
"But it's amazing, and I think everybody is...we're all so supportive of each other."
And why not?
The three of them have been through an experience that very few others can relate to -- and as a result, they all went from unknown to relatively famous in the span of just a few months.
"My life has completely changed and been not what I thought it was gonna be," Hannah told E! News.
"But I think the little girl, Hannah, would've totally been like, 'Oh, of course,'" she continued.
"So, I'm living my childhood dream I feel like, which is really cool, I don't think a lot of people get to do that," Brown went on, adding:
These days, of course, Hannah is competing on Dancing With the Stars, an experience that's further expanded her fan base.
She still has a ways to go before she takes home the mirrored disco ball of honor, but hey -- at least she doesn't have to watch Sean Spicer dance anymore.
Dude might lean way to the right in his politics, but he definitely has two left feet!