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A new week, a new villain — that’s the motto of The Bachelor Season 24. After falling in love with Peter Weber during Hannah Brown’s season of The Bachelorette, fans expected a season of romance and heartwarming stories. However, they received the opposite. Every week, producers churned out a new villain, making it difficult to root for anyone to win Pilot Pete’s heart. So who does Weber pick on The Bachelor? The final two have been revealed. But chances are, viewers already know by how the season was edited.

[Spoiler alert: The Bachelor Season 24.]

Peter Weber’s season of ‘The Bachelor’ is filled with ‘villains’

Host Chris Harrison always claims the current season of The Bachelor is the “most dramatic ever.” Now, Weber’s season might be up there — but not at all for the right reasons. The ABC reality show is approaching its seventh week. And thus far, each episode has had its own “villain.” 

Early on, Kelsey Weier and Hannah Ann Sluss got into “Champagne Gate.” At first, Hannah Ann was called a champagne stealer. Then the narrative quickly turned on Kelsey, depicting her as an emotional wreck and a bully. 

When that drama fizzled out, Sydney Hightower suddenly seemed livid at Alayah Benavidez for being fake. Then Victoria Paul revealed Alayah told her to lie to the producers about knowing each other from the pageant world. But when Alayah returned after her elimination, she unveiled Victoria P. as the liar. Regardless, the damage was done. Multiple scenes showed The Bachelor cast attacking Alayah for returning.

Later, Tammy Ly was cast as the next Bachelor villain when she voiced concern about Kelsey’s emotional status to Weber. Tammy took it too far when she confronted Kelsey about her alcohol intake and a potential drug problem. Then in the next episode, Tammy got into it with Mykenna Dorn. 

It seems Weber is aware of all the villains this season. When speaking with Access on Feb. 5, the bachelor said, “I definitely did not have a clear cut villain. I just had women each week that took the role of the drama starter.”

What to expect from Peter Weber’s top six on ‘The Bachelor’

As The Bachelor Week 7 approaches, Weber has six women remaining — Hannah Ann, Kelsey, Victoria F., Natasha Parker, Kelley Flanagan, and Madison Prewett. That said, there’s still plenty of drama ahead.

According to a week 7 teaser trailer, Kelley might become the next villain of Weber’s Bachelor season. She goes on a 3-on-1 date with Hannah Ann and Victoria F. But it doesn’t seem to go smoothly.

“In a season of drama, no one saw her coming,” a voiceover says before diving into a few not-so-charming shots of Kelley. Then in a confessional, Victoria F. says, “She’s a psychopath.”

That said, it’s still possible Victoria F. will be the one in trouble. Prior to The Bachelor premiere, Harrison revealed Victoria F. has her villain moment

“I don’t know if she’s the season villain but I think she ends up as one, yeah,” Harrison told Entertainment Tonight. “I guess it’s hard to pin her as a quote-unquote villain because there’s a lot of layers, a lot of interesting dramatic layers to this season with a lot of these women.”

Now, with almost every woman involved in drama, who does Weber pick when The Bachelor ends? After considering each contestant’s edit and how their limited screen time is used, the spoilers aren’t too surprising.

[Spoiler alert: Who Peter Weber picks as his final two in The Bachelor Season 24.]

Reality Steve reveals who Peter Weber picks as his final two women on ‘The Bachelor’

Host of "The Bachelor" Chris Harrison (L) and Star of "The Bachelor" season 24 Peter Weber attend ABC's Winter TCA 2020 Press Tour in Pasadena, California, on January 8, 2020.
Chris Harrison and Peter Weber | Valerie Macon/AFP via Getty Images

Before the premiere, Bachelor Nation connoisseur Reality Steve spoiled who won the top two spots in Weber’s heart. After eliminating Kelsey following hometowns and Victoria F. the succeeding week, Hannah Ann and Madison will become Weber’s final two picks.

For the most part, Bachelor Nation fans probably shouldn’t be surprised by Weber’s final two. Although Hannah Ann was involved in “Champagne Gate,” the drama continued to focus on Kelsey. As mentioned, it has also been strongly hinted Victoria F. and Kelley get involved in something in the upcoming episodes. 

Meanwhile, Natasha and Madison did not received much screen time on Weber’s Bachelor season. Nevertheless, the producers’ depictions of both women were vastly different. Weber and Natasha never seemed to have a spark that extended past friendship. On the other hand, Madison always captivated Weber when they got alone time together.

Peter Weber in ABC's "The Bachelor" - Season 24
Peter Weber | Francisco Roman via Getty Images

Regardless, viewers won’t find out what happens in The Bachelor Season 24 finale until it airs on ABC. Before the new season began, Weber revealed his final pick will be unspoiled.

“I’m very confident that no one is going to be able to spoil it,” Weber told The Hollywood Reporter. “There’s a reason I believe that, and obviously can’t say it otherwise it gives it away. I’m very confident that Reality Steve and all of these people, they’re not going to find out what happens. There’s no way they’re going to find out.”

Then when speaking with Good Morning America, Harrison hinted Weber’s journey on The Bachelor is “still not over.” So who will the 28-year-old pilot choose in the finale? Only time will tell. So stay tuned.

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