Bachelor In Paradise is still in full force, but Bachelor Nation is looking for the next undergraduate degree. After the unusual season of Colton Underwood fans are more excited than ever who will be the 26th season of the show. Although ABC has not officially confirmed their election, Reality Steve has announced who will be the next bachelor. (Note: spoiler ahead)
Who is Reality Steve
Stephen Carbone, known in the entertainment world as Steve's Reality, has pampered The Bachelor The Bachelorette and Bachelor In Paradise for the past eight years. The author receives several anonymous tips for each segment of the franchise and has successfully and accurately spoiled all three shows over the years. For this reason, Carbone is considered the authority in everything within the franchise and has been a nuisance to the producers of the show for ages. Who is the next bachelor? A few days ago, Reality Steve announced that Peter Weber (from Hannah Brown's season of The Bachelorette ) will be the bachelor for the upcoming 26th season of the series. Carbone posted ABC's worst-kept secret on his Twitter page. "(SPOILER): When the" Bachelor "announcement is made officially (guess next week or the following), it will be Peter Weber, not too surprising, as I said, I thought it was for the last month No guess, no prediction or "most likely." He is, "Carbone explained.
Peter Weber is the next bachelor
Peter Weber was a fan favorite in the final season of The Bachelorette . The 27-year-old comes from Westlake Village, California and comes from a pilot family. He noticed Brown's gaze with his sweet demeanor and charming sense of humor. He is also famous for being the other half of Brown's famous windmill commentary. Although the election for bachelors is usually controversial (it is impossible to satisfy millions of fans), Weber seems to be a particularly polarizing choice.
Fans respond to the news
Some fans were overjoyed about the election as they fell for love with Weber on the show. They felt that he really deserved the new role after his grief with Brown. "I think he's a good choice, he looked like a sweetheart, has a great career and a beautiful family, and I'm happy about that decision," a fan wrote.
Others were not so happy with the choice "All girls will be" we can make our own windmill story "like Colton and his virginity season and then we have to listen to the windmill story over and over again so it's just one Extension of the HB season is. This was not a good choice, "wrote another fan. Bachelor Nation is skeptical Some referred to the fact that Weber had a girlfriend with whom he allegedly split up to perform in The Bachelorette . In addition, Weber auditioned several times before being selected, so fans wonder how real his motives are.
Lack of Diversity
Other fans felt that selecting Weber was just another way they lacked (or even care about) diversity. "It was supposed to be Mike! Do not get me wrong, I love Peter, but this was a perfect opportunity for the franchise to give its leads more diversity. Adding Mike would have been AMAZING. WE WANT MIKE! "Wrote a Twitter user.
Fans are disappointed Mike Johnson is not the bachelor.
" You must kid me?!?! Bachelor ABC had the chance to write history and FINALLY do the right thing, and they messed up !! Peter is a nice guy, but he is a copy of what we have already seen millions of times. Mike Johnson, do not worry about better things coming !!! "Said another fan to word fully expected. The bachelor franchise company has been making boring choices for cookie cutters for years. While we have nothing against Weber, we do wish that the producers may deviate from the narrative from time to time. However, a controversial election is not necessarily a bad one for Weber. After all, Brown was a controversial choice and look at how entertaining her season was.