The Bachelor's Season 24 premiere on Monday night will reportedly include an extended season-preview clip that reveals one of Peter's bachelorettes is hiding a secret from the airline pilot -- that she's never had sex before.
Reality Steve spoiler blogger Steve Carbone tweeted about the preview clip fans will reportedly see in the premiere this past weekend.
"There is an [in-the-moment interview] of Victoria saying, 'I can't believe she waited this long to tell him she's a virgin,'" Carbone tweeted.
While Carbone didn't clarify whether Victoria Fuller or Victoria Paul made the comment, the spoiler blogger revealed the virgin bachelorette is Madison Prewett, a 23-year-old foster parent recruiter from Auburn, AL.
"I can confirm that Victoria is speaking about Madison there," he tweeted.
It would appear Madison may have chosen to abstain from sex due to her religious beliefs.
Madison signed on for The Bachelor looking for a man who would prioritize faith and family before everything else, according to ABC.
Madison even told ABC if she was stranded on an island and could only bring one book, she would choose The Bible.
She was hoping to find a partner who shares the same religious values that she was raised with, so viewers will eventually find out whether Peter fits that description.
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The Bachelor host Chris Harrison revealed in a Facebook live video late last year when announcing Peter's cast of bachelorettes that Madison "has a heart of gold."
"She is a recruiter that matches foster parents with children, so this is a good girl... Spoiler alert: [She gets the] first one-on-one date," Chris shared. "Easy points."
One woman being a secret virgin reportedly won't be the only mystery The Bachelor trailer in the premiere will feature.
According to Carbone, Peter's mother Barbara begs Peter to chase down a particular bachelorette, seemingly late into The Bachelor season's filming process.
"The most interesting part of the season preview is the last :20 seconds that's a clip of Peter's mom Barbara, crying with her voice shaking saying to Peter, 'Don't let her go, don't let her go...(camera pans to Peter)...bring her home to us,'" Carbone tweeted Saturday.
The season preview reportedly ends with a clip of Peter at the Final Rose Ceremony in which he's looking at an engagement ring in his hand.
There's reportedly a voiceover of Peter saying the following: "When I love someone, I don't care how hard it looks, I will never surrender. Bc I do believe love conquers all."
Chris can also be heard teasing that Peter's The Bachelor season will be like none other in the trailer.
"This season of the Bachelor is an unbelievable journey like you've never seen before," Chris says in a voiceover, according to Carbone.
Peter will be introduced to 30 bachelorettes when The Bachelor's 24th season debuts with a special three-hour event on January 6 at 8PM ET/PT on ABC.
Although Night 1 probably started off with a lot of fun and light-hearted jokes, Peter had to narrow down the group of 30 women to only 22 bachelorettes at the first Rose Ceremony of the season.
Peter's journey to find love will kick off in the usual Malibu mansion and then continue internationally with stops in Costa Rica, Chile, Peru and beyond, where relationships will grow and surprises await the unsuspecting Bachelor.