The Bachelor is already testing everyone’s patience this season. Before they dragged out the Champagnegate bit for, like, 30 minutes, the producers spent a ton of time focusing on Peter Weber and Hannah Brown’s relationship. Naturally, fans and the many contestants who paused their regular lives for a shot at love and sponcon were pissed when Peter spent an ungodly amount of time with Hannah. But a few days after Peter sent Hannah home, he revealed what he was really thinking during those first two episodes.
At the Living Legends of Aviation Awards, which I can only assume is about honoring Leonardo DiCaprio’s Catch Me If You Can role, Peter spoke with Us Weekly. He said he gets why everyone was so annoyed that Hannah crashed his group date, rendering him too emotional to carry on that day, saying, “I mean, I totally understood their frustration. I was just as frustrated, if not more.”
The whole time he was with Hannah, he was apparently thinking “about [the contestants] and what that was going to do to them.” Peter added, “I knew they had sacrificed their time to be there and give it a shot with me.”
And while it seemed like he was being a total pushover and spending too much time with Hannah, Peter insisted he was really doing what he thought was best. He admitted, “I tried to do my best from that moment on to really show them that I was ready to leave that in the past and just focus on them. And, you know, I feel like I did my best job and that’s all I could have done.”
Luckily, that’s all behind us now because Hannah went home and there are plenty of Champagnegate and Revolve-related issues to focus on going forward.
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