The airline pilot recently told The Hollywood Reporter "there's a reason" he believes the conclusion of his season will remain a mystery and "there's no way" Reality Steve spoiler blogger Steve Carbone and others are going to find out.
Peter's claims have therefore prompted gossip his love story is still playing out in real-time.
Given Peter and The Bachelor host Chris Harrison have also been teasing an "unbelievable" and "unique" ending to Peter's season, some fans have been questioning whether Peter chose to chase down Hannah and reconcile at the end -- instead of giving his final rose to one of his season's remaining bachelorettes.
Hannah ended up monopolizing Peter's time because he felt the need to comfort his ex as she expressed regrets over her final The Bachelorette decisions, such as getting engaged to Jed Wyatt and then asking her runner-upTyler Cameron out on a date on After the Final Rose instead of Peter.
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Peter asked Hannah to join his lineup of Season 24 bachelorettes, but Hannah seemed to suggest he just leave the show with her instead.
The conversation ultimately led to Peter rejecting Hannah and deciding to move forward in his journey to find love on The Bachelor. Peter didn't want to feel like a woman's third option or even just a backup option.
"I was just as frustrated [as my bachelorettes], if not more," Peter told Us Weekly earlier this month of Hannah's visit.
"And the entire time I was talking with Hannah, in the back of my mind, I was thinking about [the girls] and what that was going to do to them. And, you know, I knew they had sacrificed their time to be there, and give it a shot with me."
And according to a blog Carbone posted on January 9, "Hannah Brown has nothing to do with the ending of this season."
"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.