Who Went Home on ‘The Bachelor’ Week 2? Peter Weber Eliminated 3 Women Following ‘Champagne Gate’

The devil works hard, but The Bachelor producers work harder. As seen in the week 2 episode of the ABC reality series, Peter Weber‘s quest for love continued the drama leftover from the premiere. Starting with Hannah Brown’s appearance down to Kelsey Weier’s “Champagne Gate” debacle, there was plenty of buzz surrounding the latest installment. But who went home on The Bachelor Week 2? Weber’s second rose ceremony — and the events from the week — reveal there’s more to come.

[Spoiler alert: The Bachelor Season 24 Episode 2.]

Did Hannah Brown and Peter Weber get back together on ‘The Bachelor’?

Despite the outcry from Bachelor Nation fans, Weber and Brown did not get back together on The Bachelor. The two continued their conversation from the premiere. And both parties were still torn, uncertain of how to go on with their lingering feelings.

Brown admitted she wasn’t sure if she made the right choice when sending Weber home on The Bachelorette. Meanwhile, Weber questioned whether Brown was missing all the “what ifs” and not the real him.

“You’re the one who said no to me. I’ve never said no to you,” Weber said. He later told Brown he wants “someone to want me as bad as I want them.”

That said, Brown and Weber got closer and appear to share a spark. Brown climbs into Weber’s lap. But before anything could happen, Peter ended the moment.

“I can’t do this,” Weber said, choosing to go back to his group date over getting back together with his ex.

Kelsey Weier, Hannah Ann Sluss, and Victoria F. make a splash on ‘The Bachelor’ Week 2

After Weber and Brown’s emotional rollercoaster on The Bachelor, Weber canceled the group date. He also promised to continue later that evening with a cocktail party. But even so, a few of his contestants weren’t too happy with the schedule change, wondering whether Weber was ready to move forward.

When speaking with Natasha Parker at the cocktail party, the contestant confronted Weber, directly asking him about Brown. And Weber confirmed he’s focused on his Bachelor journey. “I’m moving forward and Hannah B is in the past,” Weber said.

Meanwhile, Weber connected with Sydney Hightower. During their one-on-one time at the cocktail party, Sydney opened up about growing up in a Southern town, dealing with bullying and racial profiling, as her father is black and Dominican and her mother is white. And after their moment together, the bachelor gave Sydney the group date rose.

Then at the second group date, which truly felt like a challenge in America’s Next Top Model, Weber had a few of his women walk a fashion runway show for Revolve. Hannah Ann Sluss won over the crowd and judges with her professional modeling skills, winning the overall challenge. However, despite struggling with nerves and anxieties after comparing herself with other contestants, Victoria Fuller won Weber’s second group date rose for the episode.

As mentioned, Kelsey got involved with “Champagne Gate” in the episode. Prior to the second group date, Kelsey brought over a bottle of champagne she had previously saved over the past year for a special moment. She explained she wanted to pop the bottle with Weber. However, the producers conveniently placed two bottles of champagne out that night — one being Kelsey’s. Then Hannah Ann popped the bottle with Weber.

Naturally, both women argued. Kelsey said Hannah Ann stole the champagne bottle on purpose. However, Hannah Ann refuted the claim and the fight seemed to die down.

Then on the second group date, Hannah Ann told Weber about the drama with Kelsey, telling him she felt bullied. Later, Weber asked Kelsey about Hannah Ann’s claims, which she denied. This left Weber confused. And now, fans must wait to see the aftermath on Jan. 20.

Who goes home on Peter Weber’s season of ‘The Bachelor’ Week 2?

Peter Weber and his 'Bachelor' contestants | ABC/Craig Sjodin
Peter Weber and his ‘Bachelor’ contestants | ABC/Craig Sjodin

Between the group date drama with Brown and “Champagne Gate,” The Bachelor Week 2 still managed to have a rose ceremony, where Weber eliminated a handful of contestants. So here are the women still in the running and the three who went home.

  • Alayah, 24-year-old orthodontist assistant from Texas: In the running
  • Alexa, 27-year-old esthetician from Illinois: In the running
  • Courtney, 26-year-old cosmetologist from Florida: Eliminated
  • Deandra, 23-year-old home care coordinator from Texas: In the running
  • Hannah Ann, 23-year-old model from Tennessee: In the running
  • Jasmine, 25-year-old client relations manager from Texas: In the running
  • Kelley, 27-year-old attorney from Illinois: In the running
  • Kelsey, 28-year-old professional clothier from Iowa: In the running
  • Kiarra, 23-year-old nanny from Georgia: In the running
  • Lauren, 26-year-old marketing executive from California: Eliminated
  • Lexi, 26-year-old marketing coordinator from New York: In the running
  • Madison, 23-year-old foster parent recruiter from Alabama: In the running
Peter Weber attends the ABC Television's Winter Press Tour 2020 at The Langham Huntington, Pasadena on January 08, 2020 in Pasadena, California.
Peter Weber | Rodin Eckenroth/WireImage
  • Mykenna, 22-year-old fashion blogger from Canada: In the running
  • Natasha, 31-year-old event planner from New York: In the running
  • Payton, 23-year-old business development representative from Massachusetts: Eliminated
  • Sarah, 24-year-old medical radiographer from Tennessee: In the running
  • Savannah, 27-year-old realtor from Texas: In the running
  • Shiann, 27-year-old administrative assistant from Nevada: In the running
  • Sydney, 24-year-old retail marketing manager from Alabama: In the running
  • Tammy, 24-year-old house flipper from New York: In the running
  • Victoria F., 25-year-old medical sales representative from Virginia: In the running
  • Victoria P., 27-year-old nurse from Louisiana: In the running

Read more: Will Peter Weber Get Engaged? ‘The Bachelor’ and Chris Harrison Say the Finale Will Break Tradition