'The Bachelor' star Peter Weber: I feel "more resilient" after my season, I had to go through a lot
By Elizabeth Kwiatkowski, 01/15/2020
The Bachelor star Peter Weber apparently feels his time on Season 24 was a real learning experience, especially when taking into account his shocking ending that has yet to be spoiled by online spoilers.
"I would say I learned that I'm a lot stronger than I thought I was because I go through a lot and I'm put through a lot and I come out the end," Peter recently told Us Weekly at the Television Critics' Association's winter press tour.
"I feel like I'm a better man at the end of this. I'm more resilient. I feel like I'm a lot better communicator now, and that's huge in a relationship."
Peter seemed to question whether to reconcile with Hannah or continue dating his other bachelorettes, but in the end, he chose to leave the past behind him.
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However, Peter wasn't in the right headspace following his chat with Hannah, and so he canceled the day portion of the group date in which nine ladies were each asked to share a sex story -- either a personal, memorable encounter or a fantasy -- with a live audience.
Peter's decision resulted in a jealous and displeased group of women, and several of them complained Peter didn't seem ready to move on from Hannah and find true love with someone else. Natasha Parker, in particular, voiced her complaints to both the women and to Peter.
"I made mistakes for sure. There's no doubt about that," Peter confessed to Us.
"I'm human. So I don't want to look at it as regret. I learned from it. I was really lucky that a lot of the women were so patient with me and they showed me a lot of grace throughout it because I'm not perfect at all -- not even close."
"So I wouldn't say [I have] regrets, but some mistakes," Peter added.
When thinking about his season as a whole, Peter admitted "a lot of parts will be really tough" to relive and watch back on ABC.