This week on YFT, Hannah Ann joins a thriving Brandi and a stir-crazy Wells to talk favorite things in quarantine and what she’s looking for in her next man. Wells and Brandi go down the list of Listen to Your Heart contestants and predict who will be walking down the steps of paradise and which couples will make it in the long-run (hint: probably none of them). Adam Wells explains why he gets so frustrated when people get his name wrong, particularly paparazzi and Sarah Hyland fan accounts, and Brandi describes what happened this week after she discovered her new favorite thing: a label maker. And last but definitely not least, please let us know where we can find some toilet paper!
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