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'The Bachelor': Jimmy Kimmel thinks Knoxville's Hannah Ann Sluss will get the final rose

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Things are looking promising for Knoxville's Hannah Ann Sluss on this season of "The Bachelor," and Jimmy Kimmel seems to agree. 

Peter Weber, the star of this season, appeared on Kimmel's show on Monday night. Kimmel, along with comedian Tiffany Haddish, interviewed Weber about his season and made a guess about his final three women. 

Kimmel, who said he makes these predictions along with help from his wife Molly McNearney, thinks the final three will be Sluss, Madison Prewett and Kelley Flanagan. Sluss will be the one to get the final rose, Kimmel predicted. 

"Hannah Ann, you kissed her on night one, she got the first impression rose, she made you a painting," Kimmel said. "You seem to have a thing for Hannahs in general. She lives with her parents, too. Hannah Ann will be in the final three."

Haddish, meanwhile, predicted that Prewett would be the one to get the final rose. 

Weber didn't confirm anything. When Haddish asked if he had a girlfriend, Weber said "You'll have to tune in to find out."

Sluss on Monday's premiere

Sluss was at the center of Monday night's premiere, getting the first impression rose and the first kiss from bachelor Peter Weber. Sluss made herself known in the house by repeatedly interrupting Weber's time with the other women, which led to a short confrontation between Sluss and another contestant. 

Sluss also went on one of the two group dates in Monday night's episode. 

Kimmel, who picks the final three contestants each season of "The Bachelor" or "The Bachelorette," has a strong track record for correctly picking the winner. During Hannah Brown's season, he correctly picked that Sevierville's Jed Wyatt would get the final rose. 

Wyatt did get the final rose and propose to Brown, but she ended their engagement after finding out he had a girlfriend when he came on the show. 

Kimmel correctly picked three of Brown's final four contestants last season. 

Sluss is one of two women from Knoxville competing on this season. Sarah Coffin, a medical radiologist, got a rose during the first rose ceremony of the season. Both she and Sluss will continue on to next week.

This article originally appeared on Knoxville News Sentinel: 'The Bachelor': Jimmy Kimmel thinks Knoxville's Hannah Ann Sluss will get the final rose

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