‘The Bachelor’: Reality Steve Finally Revealed His Theory for the End of Peter Weber’s Season

Typically, blogger Reality Steve spoils the ending of every season of The Bachelor, The Bachelorette, and Bachelor in Paradise. However, Peter Weber’s season of The Bachelor has been different than past seasons since the premiere, and Reality Steve did not feel confident in sharing the ending of the season. While it’s not definite, Reality Steve has now shared his theory of what happens at the end of Weber’s season of The Bachelor.

[Spoiler Alert: This article contains spoilers for the season finale of Weber’s season of The Bachelor.]

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Reality Steve always knew the final two women

Usually Reality Steve releases spoilers about the show’s ending around the time a season premieres. Except at the time Weber’s season of The Bachelor premiered, Reality Steve did not know the ending. He did reveal that Hannah Ann Sluss and Madison Prewett are the two possible winners of the season.

Reality Steve felt that he was told the ending of the show, but he was told so many different things he did not know what to believe. The blogger also acknowledged that things are different this season, which made details harder to pin down.

“I’m trying to confirm and hopefully that’ll shed light on some things. But the bottom line to all this is whatever happened on final rose ceremony day isn’t over yet, the ‘ending’ of this season hasn’t technically happened yet, and that’s why there’s nothing to spoil as of now,” he wrote.

The blogger thinks one contestant leaves on her own

There are multiple parts to this revelation, but on his blog Reality Steve revealed that Prewett quits the show sometime during the finale. In the blog post, Reality Steve wrote that Prewett learns Weber has sex with at least one of the other women during the overnight dates.

“All I know is that Madison first heard about Peter having sex in the overnights during a girl chat with Victoria F. and Hannah Ann,” Reality Steve wrote.

The blogger then told fans that Prewett decides to self-eliminate. It’s unknown if she decides to immediately leave Australia where the finale filmed or if she stays for a few days like Cassie Randolph in Colton Underwood’s season of The Bachelor.

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“My money is on she is still there, because I don’t think they would send her home,” Reality Steve wrote on his blog. “But we know this is not a normal ending and there’s craziness on final rose ceremony day. So I don’t think once Madi self-eliminated she left the country, and she’s still ‘there’ in Australia on the day of the final rose ceremony. Will we see her? I don’t know.”

Reality Steve revealed his theory for the ending of Peter Weber’s season of ‘The Bachelor’

Originally, Reality Steve did not feel confident enough to post spoilers for how Weber’s season of The Bachelor ended. After revealing that Prewett self-eliminates, the blogger does feel comfortable telling fans his theory for the ending.

“Knowing now that Madison eliminated herself at some point during the final week of filming, surely the obvious next conclusion to make is that’s who Peter’s mom is talking about when she says to ‘Don’t let her go…bring her home to us.’ Because why would she be saying that about Hannah Ann? SHE’S STILL THERE,” the blogger wrote.

In the blog post, Reality Steve reminded readers that he is still not 100 percent certain on the show’s ending. He does not have definitive proof, only a hunch. At the end of the day, his theory is just a guess, not a definitive spoiler.

“I have heard from numerous sources ‘Madison is with Peter. They are dating but not engaged.’ If you’re holding a gun to my head and forced me to give you my opinion of how this all plays out, I’d say that would be my guess at this point,” Reality Steve wrote. “But that’s just it. A guess. I don’t know for sure. If I did, I’d tell you. I’m telling you that that’s what people have told me, but I haven’t had the solid confirmation I need to 100% believe it.”