Peter Weber has wrapped up filming in Australia. The Bachelor has concluded and production is slowly packing up and heading back to the United States.
Since production is usually pretty secretive about filming and the final outcome, it’s currently hard to know what has transpired.
As Monsters & Critics previously reported, Peter Weber only had three women left before the Fantasy Suite. He had Hannah, Victoria, and Madison left. Right now, we don’t know who got sent home after the Fantasy Suite date or who ended up with a proposal.
According to Reality Steve, Hannah Sluss has made her Instagram public. It’s uncertain at this point what this means for her role on The Bachelor. She could be the final one standing or be the one sent home after Fantasy Suite dates last week.
Yes, “Bachelor” filming is over.
Yes, Hannah Sluss has her phone back and has gone from private to public on IG thus it immediately accepts everyone who requested her while she was filming.
No, I don’t know what happened yet. Give it time. When I know for sure, you will know.
— RealitySteve (@RealitySteve) November 17, 2019
As per Reality Steve, he doesn’t know what happened yet in the finale. However, he’s confident he’ll know the answer soon. “Give it time,” he wrote on Twitter, reassuring fans that when he knows for sure, he’ll share it with fans.
If Peter did pick Hannah Sluss, he would make history as The Bachelor. As Monsters & Critics has previously reported, no Bachelor has ever picked their first impression rose as the final contestant standing.
Since Peter gave his first impression rose to Hannah, he was on his way to making history. However, given she just made her Instagram public, it’s possible that she isn’t the final choice.
Usually, the Bachelor and his new fiance get to spend some time together away from the cameras at the destination where they got engaged. One can guess that Hannah would want to be with Peter, not flock to Instagram to accept new followers. Time will tell who got Peter’s final rose.
The Bachelor premieres Monday, January 6, 2020, at 8/7c on ABC.