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Season 24 of The Bachelor is perhaps one of the most spoiled seasons out of the entire franchise, and it seems not much effort was put into keeping the date and elimination details out of the hands of spoiler king Reality Steve. With Peter Weber as the lead, it is also probably one of the most dramatic seasons ever, from fighting in the house to a lot of controversy surrounding one particular frontrunner, season 24 is going to be a wild ride. If you love spoilers and seeing how they play out in the season, check out all of these major spoilers for The Bachelor 2020:
Like all Bachelor seasons, fans can expect lots of location changes, and since Peter is a pilot it shouldn’t be surprising that the groups are jetting off around the world this season. It has been revealed that while things begin in the U.S. with many dates in Cleveland, afterwards Peter and the final 12 head off to Costa Rica for more of the season. After a rose ceremony, the rest head off to Chile, and then the final six go to Peru. After coming back from Peru and doing the hometown dates, the final rose ceremony will be held in Australia this season.
In the extremely dramatic 3-hour season premiere, Peter is faced with 30 gorgeous women all trying to date him, but one in particular piques his interest the most. Hannah Sluss or Hannah Ann as she is referred to is a southern girl, a lot like Peter’s former flame Hannah Brown, and it seems he definitely has a type. As is the case with many seasons, fans should keep an eye on the recipient of the first impression rose because according to Reality Steve, Hannah Ann makes it to Peter’s final two!
With so much already known about Peter’s season, it has already been reported who gets the first one-on-one date with Peter! According to Reality Steve the first one-on-one date is given to Madison Prewett. The pair attend Peter’s parents’ 31 year wedding vow renewal which is extremely intimate and personal for a first date, but it goes really well and she is offered a rose. Once again, fans should definitely pay attention to Madison Prewett because along with Hannah Ann she is in Peter’s final two at the end of the season!
While Colton Underwood’s season had an unprecedented amount of contestants decide The Bachelor wasn’t for them, we do know at least two women leave Peter’s season on their own accord instead of being eliminated. The first to leave the season is someone audiences never got to know. When Peter’s contestants were first announced, there were 33 women and 3 were eliminated before the show aired leaving only 30 actually being shown. According to the bachelor.spoilers Instagram page, contestant Lauren Maxey from Miami, Florida decided to leave the show after becoming uncomfortable with the process. “Lauren M. self-eliminated prior to limo entrances because she wasn’t feeling comfortable with the process. She won’t be associated with the show. #thebachelor.” Additionally, Reality Steve has revealed that Victoria Paul makes it to Peter’s final 10 before she decides to leave on her own. According to Reality Steve, “Victoria Paul and Peter talk and was told they were just on different pages. They mutually agreed to part ways, but again, I don’t know how the show will choose to show it. Victoria did have to crown her Miss Louisiana successor the day after she left, so I’m sure that played some role in her wanting to leave. That timing is too convenient.”
Leading into Peter’s season there was a lot of hype around whether his relationship with Hannah Brown was truly over, especially after a clip went around where he asked her to be a part of the house. Reality Steve was adamant that Brown does not join the season to compete for Peter’s heart, but the premiere complicated things when it was revealed that there were still some very serious feelings between Peter and Hannah. In the end, Hannah Brown does not join the season but it does cause some emotional turmoil for Peter. He ends up having to cancel part of the group date because of how upset he is. “Hannah showed up and had a talk with Peter, and Peter got emotional about it. Told the women he needed to sort through his feelings and sent them home for that portion of the date,” Reality Steve reported.
Following the first rose ceremony, nine of the women embark on the first group date of the season where they go to “Flight School.” The date consists of math questions, trying out a Gyroscope and going through a flight/airport themed obstacle course. After a bit of cheating it is Kelley F. who wins the group date and gets a private sunset plane ride with Peter and after it all he awards her with the group date rose. With some clear chemistry, and at least some flirtation from their meeting before the show even began, it is clear Peter is interested in Kelley. According to Reality Steve she makes it to his final five before she is eliminated.
In early October, Reality Steve documented Peter Weber’s one-on-one date with contestant Victoria Fuller at a Chase Rice concert in Ohio. While seeing a musical artist, especially a country one, has become quite common on The Bachelor, this one was even more interesting because according to Reality Steve, Victoria Fuller actually dated Chase Rice before going on to The Bachelor. Although Victoria apparently tried to put on a brave face for the date, it seems she wasn’t thrilled at being set up with her date being the one that just so happened to involve someone she used to date. “Once they got off stage, Victoria was visibly upset talking to her producer with her arms crossed. Peter talked to Chase first. Then Victoria went to talk to Chase behind the tent w/ 2 camera crews filming the entire time. Soooo yeah, definitely more to this story,” Reality Steve tweeted. He then shared several more videos and photos, including one where the pair have to go up and dance right in front of Chase Rice while he performs on stage. “Pretty much the moment Victoria realizes she’s walking up to a concert being performed by a guy she used to date. And being sick to her stomach. Victoria wanted no part of this. She can’t even look at Chase,” he wrote.
(VIDEO): Pretty much the moment Victoria realizes she’s walking up to a concert being performed by a guy she used to date. And being sick to her stomach. Victoria wanted no part of this. She can’t even look at Chase. pic.twitter.com/iyMFS476iX
— RealitySteve (@RealitySteve) October 3, 2019
Reality Steve shared that fans should keep an eye on contestant Alayah Benevidez when it comes to drama this season, and it seems she certainly delivers. According to spoilers, Miss Texas 2019 is eliminated by Peter in the third rose ceremony, but does not handle the break-up well. Reality Steve has revealed that Alayah returns for the rose ceremony in Ohio to confront Peter as well as one of the women she felt talked badly about her to him. “Alayah came back to confront Peter regarding Victoria P. and how Victoria P. lied to him about her. Stuff went down, but ultimately this is Peter sending Alayah home before the rose ceremony,” Reality Steve tweeted.
When Peter’s contestants were first announced, Reality Steve was quick to point out that Kelley F. and Peter actually already knew each other. He added that he wasn’t sure if they had ever slept together or not, but they had definitely flirted before and he also wasn’t sure if they were going to admit to knowing each other. It became well-known in the premiere that they had indeed met before and it didn’t stop Peter from clearly favoring her. Kelley ends up with the group date rose and A LOT of personal time with Peter.
According to reports, a lot of unpredictable things happen during Peter’s season of The Bachelor, and one of the most widely reported was a “freak accident” that happened while they were on location in Costa Rica. Weber ended up with a pretty serious facial injury after he cut his forehead on a glass he was holding while on a golf course. “I bumped my head on the top of the cart,” Weber explained. “As I reacted, I put my head down and brought my hand up, but I had a glass in my hand…[The glass] shattered and ended up slicing my forehead open.” Initially reports made it seem like it was unclear whether Peter could continue on with his season, but he revealed the very next day he went on a date and now he just has a scar on his forehead. “I had an amazing plastic surgeon,” he revealed. “Thank God he was there to stay open late and sew me up. He did a really good job. And now, I got a good battle scar. It’s a memory that will always remind me of this journey!”
Every season there comes a point towards the end where the dates become more intense and more emotional, and there is always one-on-one date where a contestant doesn’t get a rose. According to spoilers, this season’s one-on-one elimination comes during the group trip to Peru where Peter is trying to narrow down his final 6 to his final 4. In Peru, Peter has a one-on-one date with Natasha Parker but sends her home during the date leaving just Kelsey W., Kelley F., Victoria F., Madison, and Hannah Ann.
Ever season of The Bachelor and Bachelorette has more than enough petty fighting, but spoilers indicate this season is going to be one of the worst. With more pageant girls than ever before in the house, Reality Steve revealed that they were essentially split into two groups called “The Cats” and “The Rats.” “Well, you have a group of girls in the house this season that dubbed themselves “The Cats,” and the ones they didn’t like, they called them “The Rats.” Very mature, I know,” he shared on Twitter.
After starting out with 30 women all vying for Peter’s heart, one part of every season that fans love the most is the hometown dates which only the final four receive. After a lot of drama, lies, tears and so much more, Peter finally narrows it down to Madison Prewett, Victoria Fuller, Hannah Sluss/Hannah Ann, and Kelsey Weier. He goes to Auburn, Alabama with Madison, Virginia Beach with Victoria F., Knoxville, Tennessee with Hannah Ann, and Des Moines, Iowa with Kelsey.
There is absolutely no doubt that there is going to be a lot of drama surrounding Victoria Fuller this season. Reality Steve was quick to point out she has quite the dramatic dating history, but it turns out it all comes to a head during her hometown date in Virginia Beach where she has earned herself a less than respectable reputation. Reality Steve shared, “Two weeks before filming even began, and I was told Victoria is contestant and has a horrible reputation in the Virginia Beach area for, well, being with married men. As with anything, first time hearing something, you take it with a grain of salt. But then the emails kept coming, and coming, and coming, and coming all saying the same thing. Basically that she was bad news, many people in Virginia Beach knew the stories about her, and I should look into it more. Not only that, but if I looked deep enough, I’d probably be able to find a marriage or two that she broke up because of it. So I looked. And I found. And I’m not talking about this happening once, or even twice. The info I was receiving was talking about her having done this three or four times.” Due to Victoria’s reputation for being with married men, sometimes after she attended the couple’s wedding, Reality Steve also revealed that production calls people in to confront her about her past and Peter finally finds everything out and is blindsided.
For one of the first times it seems ABC has been able to keep the ending of this season of The Bachelor from Reality Steve. Both Reality Steve and Peter Weber have shared that there is a “very good reason” why the ending is not known, and for now no one really knows why. It is known that Hannah Ann and Madison are Peter’s final two for the final rose ceremony in Australia. Ahead of the season, Reality Steve admitted that “this season is different” and for the first time ever he doesn’t have a winner to spoil, and he later added, “A couple weeks ago I told you I didn’t have the ending, but the only thing I did know about this season was that it wasn’t a normal ending. Meaning it wasn’t “here’s two women, choose one, dump the other, and leave the final rose ceremony as a couple.” So on Nov. 17th in Australia when the finale was filmed, that’s not what happened. However, what DID happen I’m not fully sure of.” Reality Steve did outline six possible outcomes, and revealed that one thing is for certain — no engagement happens in the final rose ceremony, but he doesn’t think that means Peter is single. “Peter did not get engaged to anyone on final rose ceremony day. Doesn’t mean he won’t be by the ATFR or ON the ATFR. But what I do know is that there was no engagement on final rose ceremony day in Australia,” Reality Steve shared. He also added “Madison’s dad did not give Peter his blessing to marry his daughter during his hometown date visit. Could he have gotten it later? Sure. Have I heard that he did? No, I haven’t. But doesn’t mean he didn’t. The extent of that information in particular ends at the hometown date where Madison’s dad didn’t give Peter permission to marry his daughter. So I’m sure that played a role on final rose ceremony day as well.”
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