[Warning: The article contains finale spoilers for “The Bachelorette” Season 15.]

ABC previously touted that Hannah Brown will be a different kind of “Bachelorette” than viewers are used to. It appears they were right.

After several seasons of each “The Bachelorette” lead ending the show by choosing to be with the winner of their first impression rose, Hannah B. has decided to switch things up.

On Monday’s Season 15 premiere, fans watched as Hannah gifted the coveted first impression rose to Luke Parker. Viewers will remember Luke P. from Colton Underwood’s “The Bachelor” finale as he was one few contestants who were able to meet Hannah before production began.

Luke P. won’t be eliminated early on in the show, as spoilers indicate he will make it until the final four. However, it is during the overnight dates where he will reportedly split from Hannah, according to spoiler blogger Reality Steve.

“Luke got the first impression rose. Hannah was definitely into Luke. We’ll see what caused him not to win, but my guess is the fact that he just didn’t seem to be liked in the house was a major reason for it. I think it was his to lose and he lost it,” Reality Steve reported on May 9.

Hannah’s decision to eliminate her first impression rose recipient is a change of pace from the four past seasons of the series. In Season 14, Becca Kufrin chose her ultimate winner, Garrett Yrigoyen, for the honor. Fellow “Bachelorette” leads Kaitlyn Bristowe, JoJo Fletcher and Rachel Lindsay, also did the same with Shawn Booth, Jordan Rodgers, and Bryan Abasolo, respectively.

So, who wins Hannah’s heart in the end? Rumors suggest it is Jed who will ultimately win the 2019 season of "The Bachelorette."

Hannah and Jed in a scene from "The Bachelorette" Season 15. ABC

“The Bachelorette” airs Mondays at 8 p.m. EST on ABC.