"There's a reason that no one is going to find out the ending, and I'm very, very excited," Peter toldPeople in a recent video interview.
"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!"
Peter suggested the outcome of his The Bachelor season was different from his expectations going into the process. (The Bachelor's 24th season began filming in September and wrapped in November).
"When I decided to be the Bachelor, obviously I envisioned at the end getting down on one knee and getting engaged to someone. That's what I envisioned," Peter shared.
"Navigating the whole journey, I never made that an ultimatum where it had to happen that way and if it didn't, it was going to be a failure for me of an experience. Not at all."
Peter added, "I needed everything to be completely real and not forced. I was always going to be true to myself, no matter what."
The Bachelor viewers should prepare for a dramatic ending to Peter's edition, however, because Reality Steve spoiler blogger Steve Carbone reported late last year there will not be "a normal ending" when it airs on ABC.
"In regards to the finale... I can say with about as much certainty as possible that this was not a normal ending this season," Carbone revealed in his December 5 podcast about the upcoming The Bachelor season, which premieres with a special three-hour event on Monday, January 6 at 8PM ET/PT on ABC.
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Carbone elaborated at the time, "On that Final Rose Ceremony day, it was not down to [two women], he dumped one, chose the other, and they got engaged. It is not a normal ending this season... [That] is not to say that he might not be engaged now... That leaves a lot of options out there."
To read more details and spoilers on the atypical The Bachelor ending and Peter's alleged Final 2 bachelorettes, click here.
When the show premieres, Peter will be introduced to 30 beautiful bachelorettes, and by the end of Night 1, only 22 ladies will remain in the running for his heart and final rose.
"I think you'll definitely see different sides of me that maybe you didn't see onThe Bachelorette, and that just comes from being on this side of it and not just having one relationship you're focused on but 30 at one point," Peter told People.
"I got mad throughout this journey, I got sad, I was surprised by things, but I was also ecstatic and super happy. There's going to be no shortage of emotions, for sure."
Looking back on everything, however, Peter said, "I don't regret it at all" because his emotions were "very real."
"You're going to see from the very beginning just that it's real... I don't think I truly understood how difficult it would be to date that many women, bond with that many women, feel a connection, and then have to end a relationship with that many women," Peter admitted.
For spoilers on Peter's dates, travels and Final 3 bachelorettes, click here. And click here to read about unprecedented drama during a hometown date during his season.