Bachelor spoilers revealing the spoilers The Bachelor viewers can't wait to find out about Peter Weber's season have emerged -- including spoilers which reveal who Peter's Final 4 bachelorettes are, who The Bachelor star picks as his Final 2 women, and what occurs at his Final Rose Ceremony.


[Bachelor Spoilers Warning: This article contains enormous spoilers about Peter Weber's The Bachelor season and will spoil the season for you.]

Reality TV World has compiled all the known spoilers known about Peter's season of The Bachelor based on Reality Steve spoiler blogger Steve Carbone's spoiling disclosures in late 2019 and early 2020, which he has reported in his blog and podcast as well as hundreds of social-media postings on Twitter and Instagram.

In addition, we have also incorporated all the spoilers ABC has released about Peter's season of The Bachelor in the network's own press materials.

Carbone released many of his spoilers about this year's The Bachelor season -- which began filming in California in September and ended in Australia in November -- in real-time as filming took place, or shortly thereafter.


As ABC announced on Tuesday, The Bachelor will air a two-night event that will feature a total of five hours of episodes next week!

In addition to airing a special supersized three-hour The Bachelor episode on Monday, February 3 from 8-11PM ET/PT, ABC will also air a second episode on Wednesday, February 5 from 8-10PM ET/PT.

This week's The Bachelor episode featured Peter adding a previously eliminated woman -- Alayah Benavidez -- back to his roster of bachelorettes during his week of dates in Cleveland, OH, leaving The Bachelor star with sixteen women still in the running for his final rose heading into next week's supersized two-night event.

As a result, Peter's Final 16 bachelorettes were Alayah, Deandra Kanu, Hannah Ann Sluss, Kelley Flanagan, Kelsey Weier, Kiarra Norman, Lexi Buchanan, Madison Prewett, Mykenna Dorn, Natasha Parker, Savannah Mullins, Shiann Lewis, Sydney Hightower, Tammy Ly, Victoria Fuller, and Victoria Paul.

Peter originally eliminated Alayah at the season's third Rose Ceremony after several bachelorettes voiced concerns about the beauty pageant queen being fake and on the show for the cameras.

Peter, however, immediately seemed to doubt or regret his decision to let Alayah go, and so when Alayah showed up on a group date in Cleveland hoping for another chance, Peter welcomed her back into the competition.

Not only that, but Peter gave Alayah the only group-date rose so she would feel safe and secure.

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Given most of Peter's bachelorettes disliked Alayah and thought she was insincere and manipulative, the ladies turned their anger from Alayah to Peter, whom they were very disappointed in.

Deandra, Natasha, Sydney and Victoria P. were seemingly the most upset over Peter's decision to bring Alayah back.

Peter found himself in hot water and didn't know whether to continue following his heart or satisfy the demands of Alayah's adversaries, who claimed Alayah was simply all wrong for The Bachelor star.

So what happens next on Peter's The Bachelor season? Keep reading and find out!

The Bachelor spoilers for Episode 5 (Monday, Feb. 3)

Carbone reported that at the cocktail party preceding the season's fourth Rose Ceremony, Alayah told Peter the women were making it really hard for her and so she'd rather go home than endure any more of it.

The Bachelor star reportedly didn't handle the news well and got upset at Alayah because he had gone out of his way to give her a rose and make a point that he wanted her around.

"Not sure how it's [going to be] shown, but Alayah is eliminated at the cocktail party and goes home. Again," Carbone said.

It's unclear whether Alayah decided to quit the competition because she felt ostracized or Peter sent her packing after she complained how she was tired of dealing with all the drama.


Carbone reported late last year, "At the cocktail party... I have no idea if they're gonna make it seem like Alayah wanted to leave after she felt she was attacked in the house, or, if they're gonna make it seem like Peter changed his mind and told her she should leave because him giving her the group date rose when she came back caused too many problems."

Regardless, Alayah allegedly did not make Peter's Final 12 bachelorettes.

Peter then reportedly sent three more bachelorettes home at The Bachelor's fourth Rose Ceremony: Deandra, Savannah and Kiarra.

The Rose Ceremony reportedly took place on October 5 at the Hay-McKinney Mansion, a 20,000 square foot, Italian Renaissance Revival home in Cleveland that was built in 1911.

The eliminations meant that Peter's Final 12 bachelorettes were Hannah Ann, Kelley, Kelsey, Lexi, Madison, Mykenna, Natasha, Shiann, Sydney, Tammy, Victoria F., and Victoria P.

After visiting Ohio, Peter and his 12 remaining bachelorettes left America and began the international portion of Peter's love journey.

Peter's fourth round of dates took place in Costa Rica, where the pilot reportedly narrowed down his group of bachelorettes down to ten women.

Costa Rica is also where Peter suffered a "serious injury" while he was golfing during an off-day from filming, resulting in The Bachelor star needing 22 stitches and sporting a visible injury on his forehead for the reminder of filming.


Carbone has released sparse details about the season's Costa Rican dates thus far except for revealing Sydney and Kelley each received a one-on-one date. One of the girls flew in a helicopter with Peter, and they both reportedly earned roses from Peter.

But according to ABC, there was also a big swimsuit fashion photo shoot for Cosmopolitan magazine at La Fortuna Waterfall, which sparked jealousy as the woman who posed the best would be front and center with Peter for the magazine's March layout.

One distraught and tearful bachelorette ended up being the target of accusations and confrontations with another woman, who "exposed her frailties to Peter," according to an ABC press release for the next episode.

And then one controversial woman tried to defuse her situation by sneaking over to Peter's suite before the next rose ceremony.

In the end, Peter was so confident in his decisions that he chose to cancel the cocktail party before the Rose Ceremony, according to ABC -- but that didn't stop two bachelorettes from asking Peter to talk in private before he handed out the roses.

Peter reportedly then eliminated two bachelorettes at the season's fifth Rose Ceremony: Lexi and Shiann.

On her way out, one of the eliminated women dropped "a bombshell warning," according to ABC, that made Peter wonder "if his worst nightmare" was coming true.

The eliminations left Hannah Ann, Kelley, Kelsey, Madison, Mykenna, Natasha, Sydney, Tammy, Victoria F., and Victoria P. as Peter's Final 10 bachelorettes.

The Bachelor spoilers for Episode 6 (Wednesday, Feb. 5)

After visiting Costa Rica, Peter and his 10 remaining women traveled to Santiago, Chile for the season's fifth round of dates.

Hannah Ann and Victoria F. reportedly received one-on-one dates in Chile, according to Carbone.

And according to ABC, the fact that women who had already previously received one-on-one dates with Peter were now receiving additional ones even though some other bachelorettes had yet to receive their first solo dates left one bachelorette devastated.


In addition, Peter also embarked on a group date in which he and the women starred in their own telenovela, a Latin American drama entitled El Amor de Pedro.

Tempers flared during the date, however, and women yelled at each other. Peter therefore had to figure out whom to believe, and one woman later worked to get her relationship with Peter back on track at the afterparty.

ABC has also revealed a Chilean one-on-one date left The Bachelor star worried when he learned his date had never been in love before, leaving him questioning if she was truly ready to settle down and get married.

While previously unmentioned by Carbone, ABC has also revealed the round of Chilean dates featured a two-on-one date in which "two feuding females" squared off and one was sent home.

Whether the two-on-one date is in addition to the two one-on-one dates Carbone previously reported occurred (meaning the Chilean round featured a total of four dates), or instead of one of the originally reported two one-on-one dates currently remains unclear.

It's also unclear if the season's sixth Rose Ceremony will also be featured in this episode, however Carbone reported Peter ousted a whopping four bachelorettes during his round of dates in Chile.

Mykenna, Sydney and Tammy reportedly were eliminated by Peter in Chile, according to Carbone. In addition, Victoria P. allegedly opted to leave the show on her own.

"Victoria Paul and Peter talk and was told they were just on different pages," Carbone wrote in a January 9 blog post. "They mutually agreed to part ways, but again, I don't know how the show will choose to show it."

The specific reason why Victoria P. opted to leave the show has not been disclosed.

However, given Victoria P. (who was Miss Louisiana USA 2019) was spotted arriving back at a Louisiana airport on October 17 and then seen crowning her successor at the Miss Louisiana USA 2020 state pageant on October 18, her Miss Louisiana USA obligations would appear to be the probable reason.

That reportedly left only six women competing for Peter's heart: Hannah Ann, Kelley, Kelsey, Madison, Victoria F., and Natasha.

Spoilers for The Bachelor Peru Dates

Peter's sixth round of dates reportedly took place in Peru.

Kelsey and Natasha each received one-one-date dates during the cast's time in Peru, according to Carbone, and Natasha became the first Season 24 bachelorette to not receive a rose on her one-on-one date, eliminating her from the show.

In addition to Natasha, Kelley was also reportedly eliminated during The Bachelor season's time in Peru, which determined the four bachelorettes that received hometown dates with Peter.

Peter's Final 4 bachelorettes were Hannah Ann, Kelsey, Madison, and Victoria F., according to Carbone.


Spoilers for The Bachelor Final 4 Hometowns

Peter's seventh round of dates were his hometown dates, after which he had to eliminate one more girl before going to his Fantasy Suites dates.

The hometown dates reportedly filmed between October 27 and November 1.

Carbone reported unprecedented drama occurred while Peter was filming his hometown date with Victoria F. in Virginia Beach on October 28.


A woman who previously dated Peter many years ago, Merissa Pence, reportedly showed up at Victoria's hometown date in Virginia to warn The Bachelor star about Victoria's alleged scandalous past -- which allegedly includes several affairs with the husbands of some of Victoria's friends.

Merissa had reportedly spent several weeks trying to contact The Bachelor producers and make Peter aware of Victoria's history, and finally spoke with Peter during a public portion of Victoria's hometown date which featured Victoria and Peter enjoyed a Hunter Hayes concert together.

"She talks to Peter and tells him about Victoria and her past and that she's not here for the right reasons. [Merissa said something like], 'I want you to find your woman. This one isn't for you,'" Carbone said in his December 5 podcast.

A visibly upset Peter then reportedly brought up the allegations to Victoria later that day when they were standing outside of the house where Peter was supposed to meet her family.

"Peter actually never met Victoria's parents later on that night. They argued out in front of her house," Carbone said on the podcast. "They broke up."

However, Victoria reportedly visited Peter in his hotel room the next day and explained herself further, after which Peter apparently said he needed time to think and would reveal his decision at the Rose Ceremony.

(To read more about Victoria F.'s hometown date drama and many more details about her alleged scandalous past, click here.)

Carbone reported that Peter ultimately still opted to keep Victoria F. around after all the drama and instead eliminated Kelsey at the Rose Ceremony.

Peter then reportedly took off to Australia with his Final 3 bachelorettes -- Hannah Ann, Madison and Victoria F.

Spoilers for The Bachelor Final 3 Overnights

The Bachelor star and his three remaining bachelorettes reportedly went to Gold Coast, Australia for the season's overnight Fantasy Suite dates.

Carbone reported Australia hosted both of The Bachelor season's remaining date rounds, with the season's Final Rose Ceremony eventually occurring in Alice Springs.


Alice Springs is a small town located in Australia's Northern Territory and considered the capital of the Australian Outback. 

Gold Coast is a coastal city in Australia's eastern state of Queensland that is famed for its long sandy beaches, surfing spots, theme parks, and elaborate system of inland canals and waterways.

The two locations are about 1,600 miles apart and feature drastically different climates and geographies.

Following Peter's overnight Fantasy Suite dates, Peter allegedly sent Victoria F. home in third place.

Peter therefore narrowed down the field to his Final 2 ladies: Hannah Ann and Madison.

Spoilers for Peter's Final 2 Rose Ceremony

According to Carbone, Peter's Final Rose Ceremony was filmed in Alice Springs on November 17.

Carbone reported Peter's season didn't have "a normal ending," meaning the Final Rose Ceremony didn't feature Peter rejecting one woman and proposing marriage to the other.

"I can say that I'm very, very confident in saying [that] as we know, [Hannah Ann Sluss] and Madison Prewett are your Final 2," Carbone revealed in a podcast in December.

"On that Final Rose Ceremony day, it was not down to those two [women], he dumped one, chose the other, and they got engaged. It is not a normal ending this season."

So did Peter propose to Madison or Hannah Ann? Or either?

In fact, Carbone has admitted he currently isn't 100 percent certain what Peter's relationship status is right now, or what it was when he left Australia and returned to America in late November.

On his January 2 podcast, Carbone revealed that Peter did not get engaged to anyone at the season's Final Rose Ceremony and also did not get engaged to anyone before he returned home from Australia.

Carbone also said he believes it is possible Peter will get engaged on The Bachelor: After the Final Rose's live broadcast in March, and feels it is unlikely Peter has continued to date both Hannah Ann and Madison after the final Rose Ceremony.


Peter has also made interview comments that many viewers believe suggest his season continues beyond the final Rose Ceremony and he hasn't filmed the ending of his The Bachelor season yet.

"There's a reason that no one is going to find out the ending, and I'm very, very excited," Peter told People in an interview before the season's premiered.

"I can say I am very happy with how everything turned out. And I'm excited for everyone to tune in and have it be the very first unspoiled season in a while. So, it's going to be good!"

Carbone is among those who currently believe the ending of Peter's season likely hasn't been filmed yet. According to Carbone, he can't spoil something that hasn't happened yet.

On his January 2 podcast, Carbone also reported Peter did not receive a blessing from Madison's father to propose marriage during Madison's hometown date.

If Madison turns out to be the winner, however, Peter may have gotten permission to pop the question later. Peter could have called Madison's father from Australia, for example, but Carbone is waiting for more details.

Peter previously called his journey on The Bachelor "insane," while show host Chris Harrison recently teased to Entertainment Tonight the process was "a wild ride."


Is Hannah Brown involved in the finale somehow? Did Peter reject Madison and Hannah Ann, and reunite with Hannah instead?

Unfortunately for viewers hoping for a reconciliation between the two, Peter reportedly did not try to reunite with Hannah B. at the end of his season, and she did not play any role in the ending.

"Hannah Brown has nothing to do with the ending of this season," Carbone wrote in his January 9 blog posting.

"I know people are still holding out hope, and I know you'll have questions about, 'Well how can he just shut off those feelings,' or 'are you sure,' and 'well what about this or this...' etc," Carbone continued in his blog post.

"All I can tell you and officially confirm today is that after you see Hannah and Peter finish up their convo on [Episode 2], she has nothing to do with the rest of Peter's season."

Carbone reported Hannah B. "doesn't show up at the finale," nor is the former Alabama beauty queen part of some dramatic twist later on this season.

"They're not secretly dating, nothing," Carbone insisted. "Sorry Peter and Hannah Brown fans. No dice."

Hannah also called Peter "bud" on Instagram and wished him luck in his journey to find a co-pilot after the premiere episode of The Bachelor, seemingly suggesting there's no romance between them now.

According to Carbone's January 9 blog posting, "Peter's incessant stance of 'no one's gonna find out the ending to my season' I believe has more to do with the HOW of his season moreso than the WHO."

Carbone apparently believes Peter is not single at the moment and is with Hannah Ann or Madison, even if he isn't engaged.

"It's not like we're thinking anyone outside of the final 2 are with him and he's deciding between 30 women. Now that you know Hannah Brown doesn't play any role in his final decision, and I can solidly say Peter is not single, this is a Hannah Ann/Madison discussion," Carbone wrote in his January 9 blog.

"I just think the details of HOW he gets to that point, and everything it takes to get there, I don't know if I'll ever have every detail for you before it plays out. But I do think he's with someone based on everything I've heard, but it's a convoluted way to get there."


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