Peter's Mom Is VERY Upset in That Bachelor Clip — Here's Who She Might Be Talking About
Peter's season of The Bachelor is over halfway through, and we're already in the drama. In the sneak preview for the rest of the season, one clip in particular has spawned countless theories: Peter's mom, in tears, pleading with Peter, "Don't let her go. Bring her home to us!" Of course, there's no real clue about who she's talking about, but whoever it is must have made a pretty big impression on Mama Weber! So who could it be?
We know a few things for sure about the woman she's referring to. First off, whoever it is must — obviously — be someone she's met, which means that it has to be one of the women who gets far enough in the competition to visit Peter's hometown (or who meets his parents some other way, as Madison did in the very first episode). An Entertainment Tonight report seems to confirm that, reporting that Barbara Weber's emotional plea comes on the final week of filming. We won't know for a while what the context of the moment is, but for now, here are four potential theories about who "her" is.
Hannah Ann Sluss
Ever since the first episode, Hannah Ann has been a real front-runner. She got the coveted first impression rose, and despite a hiccup of drama with Kelsey right off the bat, she seems to have made a strong, positive impression on Peter. Could she make it to the final week and make a similarly good impression on Peter's mom?
The theory that the "her" Peter's mom is talking about is Madison hinges on Madison's very first date with Peter. Unlike most first dates, which are pretty low-key and low-stakes (at least by Bachelor standards), Madison got to be Peter's date to his parents' wedding vow renewal. He later tells her how she fit right in and that his parents liked her, which might motivate his mom to be especially invested in Madison as a potential future daughter-in-law.
Victoria might wind up being a dark horse this season. She's had a topsy-turvy storyline including a date . . . with her ex. Her lack of confidence is a major plot point, too — could she potentially make it far enough to meet Peter's mom, but try to self-eliminate out of fear? Or is everything she's doing just for the cameras? There's definitely more to Victoria's story yet to be told.
Okay, we know she and Peter have supposedly closed the door on their relationship, but this is The Bachelor, after all, and crazier things have happened! Peter told Entertainment Tonight that the ending of his season is somehow un-spoil-able, which seems to imply that more goes down than your usual final rose ceremony. "There's a specific reason [it won't be spoiled]. Obviously I can't say [what it is, but] I feel like this [is] a little bit unique of an ending," he teased. Could his mom have encouraged him to go after Hannah again?