New Bachelor spoilers that finally reveal full spoiler details about the ending of Peter Weber’s 2020 season of The Bachelor have been reported — including if Madison Prewett quit and returned home, and if Peter is Peter is engaged to Madison or Hannah Ann Sluss!
[Bachelor Spoilers Warning: This report contains spoilers about the finale of The Bachelor’s 2020 season, including if Peter is engaged to Madison or Hannah Ann.]
Reality TV World has compiled all the known spoilers about The Bachelor’s 2020 season based on Reality Steve blogger Steve Carbone’s spoiling disclosures from September through March 5.
The Bachelor spoiler sleuth has reported details over the last six months in his blog and podcast as well as hundreds of social-media postings on Twitter and Instagram.
This includes new spoilers information Carbone has reported on his blog on March 3 and March 5.
In addition, we have also incorporated the spoiler information ABC has released about the two-night finale event of Peter’s The Bachelor season in its own press materials.
On this week’s The Bachelor episode, viewers watched Madison as she showed up late to the Final 3 Rose Ceremony and reluctantly accepted Peter’s rose.
Both Madison and Hannah Ann received roses, resulting in Victoria Fuller’s elimination in third place.
After Victoria got her heart broken, Madison toasted Peter and Hannah Ann to seeing if love could conquer all.
That’s exactly what will need to happen for Peter and Madison to end up together, considering Madison still seems very angry at The Bachelor star for being “intimate” with one or two women in the Fantasy Suites.
Did Madison get in her head again or did she forgive Peter and follow her heart — and how did Peter’s behavior in the Fantasy Suites affect his ending?
The Bachelor finale will air as a two-night event on March 9 and 10 on ABC, however spoilers detailing what will happen follow below!
Hannah Ann and Madison meet Peter’s family
Madison’s discovery that Peter had sex during his overnight dates reportedly derailed the rest of The Bachelor season, even though she accepted his rose following Fantasy Suites in Gold Coast, Australia.
Monday’s episode will see the season “spiral out of control,” according to a new ABC press release.
Hannah Ann and Madison will each be shown meeting Peter’s family, and Peter was hoping his parents and brother could give him some clarity on whom to choose given Peter was admittedly in love with both women.
“But when Peter introduces the women to his family, their encounters set off an inescapable chain of emotional events that escalate beyond anything Peter could have imagined,” ABC has teased.
“Peter’s family clearly states its preference, culminating in a passionate plea” from Peter’s mother, Barbara Weber.
Peter then embarked on his last two dates of The Bachelor season, one with Hannah Ann and one with Madison.
While Peter was probably hoping his heart would pull him in one direction, ABC revealed he left the dates feeling even more confused.
Spoilers for The Bachelor final Rose Ceremony
The Bachelor season’s final Rose Ceremony was filmed in Alice Springs on November 17, according to Carbone.
Alice Springs is a small town located in Australia’s Northern Territory that is considered the capital of the Australian Outback and is about 1,600 miles from the Gold Coast.
In his early spoiler reports, Carbone reported Peter’s The Bachelor season didn’t have “a normal ending,” meaning the Final Rose Ceremony didn’t feature Peter rejecting one woman and proposing marriage to the other.
“On that Final Rose Ceremony day, it was not down to those two [women], he dumped one, chose the other, and they got engaged. It is not a normal ending this season,” Carbone revealed in a podcast in December.
During Tuesday night’s The Bachelor broadcast — Part 2 of the finale — a “devastated” and “emotional” Peter will “attempt to make sense of his situation,” according to ABC.
In addition to Peter, Hannah Ann and Madison will appear live on the finale to talk to The Bachelor host Chris Harrison about their last tumultuous days in Australia and the “rollercoaster of events” that happened afterwards.
On his January 2 podcast, Carbone revealed that Peter did not get engaged to anyone at the season’s Final Rose Ceremony and also did not get engaged to anyone before he returned home from Australia.
Carbone noted at the time there was a good chance Peter might get engaged on The Bachelor: After the Final Rose’s live broadcast.
Peter also participated in numerous pre-season interviews in which he suggested his season continued beyond the final Rose Ceremony and he hadn’t filmed the ending of his The Bachelor season before it premiered in January on ABC.
“There’s a reason that no one is going to find out the ending, and I’m very, very excited,” Peter told People in an interview before the season premiered.
“I can say I am very happy with how everything turned out. And I’m excited for everyone to tune in and have it be the very first unspoiled season in a while. So, it’s going to be good!”
Carbone was among those who believed the ending of Peter’s The Bachelor season likely hadn’t been filmed by the time the season debuted on ABC. According to Carbone, he couldn’t spoil something that hadn’t happened yet.
On his January 2 podcast, Carbone also reported Peter may have asked Madison’s father for permission to propose marriage to his daughter while he was still in Australia, since Peter did not receive the blessing during Madison’s hometown date in Alabama.
According to Carbone’s January 9 blog posting, “Peter’s incessant stance of ‘no one’s gonna find out the ending to my season’ I believe has more to do with the HOW of his season moreso than the WHO.”
Madison quits The Bachelor
In his February 11 blog posting, Carbone reported Peter’s decision to have Fantasy Suite sex with Hannah Ann and/or Victoria F. resulted in Madison deciding to quit the show before the season’s final Rose Ceremony!
“What I can also report is what many people have suspected this season: Madison self-eliminates this season,” Carbone wrote.
However, exactly when Madison decided to quit the show remained unclear to Carbone.
“But again, I’m not sure exactly at what point this happens… Does it happen before she meets Peter’s parents? It seems like it does, but I don’t have confirmation on that,” he reported.
Carbone also claimed at the time Chris Harrison’s speech to Peter on Final Rose Ceremony day was not to inform The Bachelor star that Madison had just left. Carbone went as far as to say Madison had nothing to do with that scene at all.
“The other aspect about Madison’s elimination becomes this: when she left, did she actually leave the country and go home, or, did she leave like [Cassie Randolph] did last season and take herself off the show, but was still there. My money is on she is still there, because I don’t think they would send her home,” he wrote.
Based on his prior knowledge that Peter’s season didn’t have “a normal ending and there’s craziness on Final Rose Ceremony day,” Carbone believed the season definitely did not conclude with Peter having planned to pick Hannah Ann and just following through with that decision.
In addition, Carbone also pointed to Hannah Ann’s presence at the Final Rose Ceremony as evidence that Peter’s mom had to be referring to Madison in the repeatedly-teased season preview scene in which she is shown tearfully telling Peter “don’t let her go, bring her home to us.”
“Why would she be saying that about Hannah Ann? SHE’S STILL THERE,” he wrote.
Carbone reported in February the season’s most likely ending was that Peter “chased” down Madison after she quit the show similar to how The Bachelor star Colton Underwood “chased” Cassie after she quit the show last year.
“The guesses that 90% of you have had of ‘Oh, well Madison leaves because Peter has sex and he chases her down,’ yeah, that might be the gist of all this, but how it happens and when is still unknown,” he wrote.
“When people have said ‘chases her down,’ what exactly does that mean? Where? Because we don’t know for sure if she left Australia or was still ‘there’ even after self-eliminating. I keep coming back to this point of if Hannah Ann was the only woman still present on Final Rose Ceremony day, and Hannah Ann was the woman Peter wanted, seems to me it’s a pretty easy ending. He picks her, and they’re together. I just don’t see it happening that way.”
But, Carbone also didn’t rule out the possibility of Peter had selected Hannah Ann.
“You might relate this to the Des/Chris ending where she was all distraught over Brooks, then moved on with Chris. Hey, maybe Peter does do that. I just don’t believe that is the case this season. HOWEVER, since I don’t 100% know who Peter is with right now, it’s still a possibility.”
In February, Reality Steve’s best guess was Peter picked Madison
Early last month, Carbone admitted his best guess was Peter was with Madison but they were not engaged.
“I have heard from numerous sources ‘Madison is with Peter. They are dating but not engaged.’ If you’re holding a gun to my head and forced me to give you my opinion of how this all plays out, I’d say that would be my guess at this point. But that’s just it. A guess,” he wrote in his February 11 blog.
“I don’t know for sure. If I did, I’d tell you. I’m telling you that that’s what people have told me, but I haven’t had the solid confirmation I need to 100% believe it. But yeah, if you’re asking me what I think Peter’s current dating situation is, I’d go with that.”