Updated: Feb 14, 2020
This might be the first season where all of the women eliminate themselves. So far, this season of “The Bachelor” has been jam packed with drama, lies, and lots of champagne in women’s face. I'm Ally Bonsall, and I'm confused.
Pilot Pete proved to be a fan favorite on Hannah Brown’s season of “The Bachelorette,” and I will admit I screamed when he was sent home. However, is he cut out to be a good bachelor? The women of this season truly are giving Peter Weber a run for his money.
First of all, Peter has a type. There are two girls. Sydney and Madison, both from Alabama. Alayah, Victoria P., and Kelsey are all pageant queens. And finally there is a model, named Hannah Ann.
Who did he claim was the love of his life? An Alabama pageant queen named Hannah Brown.
These are some of the many girls who are wreaking havoc on Peter’s love life, and I truly do not know who to believe with all of these lies.
The real drama began when Hannah Ann opened Kelsey’s champagne bottle. First of all, I don’t see what the big deal is. It could have very well been an accident, or the producers could have offered it to Hannah Ann. However, Kelsey came in raging like a monster ready to attack Hannah Ann and even Peter. Yikes.
The drama continued when the girls exposed Alayah as being a fake and that she does what is needed to get what she wants. I do believe Alayah was sketchy and was not there for the right reasons, so Peter had every right to send her home.
But then, he did the most unexpected thing I have ever seen on this show. He let her come back! Alayah marched into that group date like she owned the place, and interrupted everyone’s time with the coveted bachelor.
Even though what she did was crazy, somehow she managed to get the group date rose as a girl who wasn’t even on the date. This just goes to show that Peter is easily manipulated by these women.
I understand how the girls could be mad at Peter for what he did and how he has handled this entire season, but I was shocked to the core when Deandra confronted him in front of all of the girls about how he is disrespecting them.
This led to Victoria P. almost declining to talk to Peter when he wanted to reconcile with her.
The episode ended with a cliffhanger, and Mykenna crying as always. Drama ensues with Victoria P. and Peter, nearly all the women and Peter, and I fully predict a cat fight between Victoria F. And Alayah.
Who is running this show? Peter or the women of the house?
I believe Chris Harrison is completely right when he says, “This truly is the most dramatic season of ‘The Bachelor’ yet.”