[The Bachelor Spoilers Warning: Please stop reading now if you don't want to find out spoilers about the ending of Peter's season before it airs on ABC -- including Peter's Final 2 bachelorettes and whether he ends up with his ex, Hannah Brown, instead].
Peter has insisted he's "very confident" no one is going to be able to spoil the ending of The Bachelor's 24th season, which just premiered Monday night on ABC.
The airline pilot recently boasted in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter "there's a reason" he believes the conclusion of his season will remain a secret and "there's no way" Reality Steve spoiler blogger Steve Carbone and others are going to find out.
Peter's disclosures have left Carbone and fans wondering whether Peter's love story is still playing out in the real world and the season's ending has yet to film, which would explain why it can't be spoiled.
However, Peter has also revealed he's currently "very happy" and has "no regrets" -- so does that mean he is in a relationship?
Given Peter and The Bachelor host Chris Harrison have also been teasing an "unbelievable" and "unique" ending to Peter's season, some fans are also questioning whether Peter chose to chase down Hannah B. and reconcile at the end -- instead of giving his final rose to one of his season's initial 30 bachelorettes.
After all, Hannah B. and Peter had an intense and emotional conversation during one of the group dates that aired in The Bachelor's January 6 premiere.
Hannah B. suggested she still had feelings for Peter and admitted the pilot was supposed to be in her Final 2 suitors with winner Jed Wyatt on The Bachelorette's fifteenth season, which in turn left Peter feeling confused about how he should proceed in his televised journey to find love.
So did Peter go through with the dating process but then decide he wanted Hannah B. back?
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.
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According to a new 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.
"All I can tell you and officially confirm today is that after you see Hannah and Peter finish up their convo on next Monday's episode, 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.
While the winner of Peter's season remains unknown, Carbone previously reported Hannah Ann Sluss and Madison Prewett finished as Peter's Final 2 bachelorettes.
Peter's Final Rose Ceremony reportedly filmed in Alice Springs, Australia on November 17, but Carbone said Peter's season didn't have "a normal ending."
That means the Final Rose Ceremony reportedly didn't feature Peter rejecting either Madison or Hannah Ann and then proposing marriage to the other.
"I can say that I'm very, very confident in saying [that] as we know, Hannah Ann and Madison 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."
According to Carbone's new spoilers 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 either going to end up with Hannah Ann or Madison, even if he doesn't get 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."
Carbone reiterated in his latest blog post how Peter didn't pick one girl and dump the other at the Final Rose Ceremony in Alice Springs.
"There also was no engagement to anyone. But yet, I do believe he's with someone, and that's where it gets tricky," Carbone reported.
"A lot of holes to fill in. Hopefully I'll get those for you eventually."
Carbone previously said it's possible Peter will get engaged on The Bachelor: After the Final Rose's live broadcast in March. He also claimed it is unlikely Peter has continued to date both Hannah Ann and Madison after the final Rose Ceremony.
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.
In the meantime, Peter continues to boast about how his season will probably go unspoiled.
"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 premiered.