I love a good reality TV show spoiler. If someone were to ruin my favorite scripted show for me I’d rage, but spoilers just hit differently when it comes to The Bachelor. If you know you know, and if you don’t, you just don’t.
The highly anticipated season finale for Peter Weber’s season of The Bachelor is Monday, March 9, and the king of the spoilers Reality Steve has already laid out all the juicy scoop. He said what we’re going to see Monday is not your typical run of the mill rose ceremony, and that there was no engagement in Australia.
The Predicted Ending
Reality Steve blogged, “Madison Prewett doesn’t show up to the final rose ceremony. Peter then calls off the final rose ceremony until he can talk to Madison. But she’s already left to go back to the USA, so they have to all leave and go to the USA for him to talk to her. He doesn’t even make a pick either way and says he won’t until he at least has a chance to talk to Madison and have them both be there.”
“He doesn’t want Hannah Ann to feel like he picked her because Madison left and she was the only one left standing. He can’t do that without speaking to Madison.” He also said that Peter not only had to win over Madison, but also her entire family, and neither Madison or her parents were thrilled with him. He says Peter and Madison are dating right now but are not engaged currently.
Kudos to Madison
First of all, let’s give Miss Madison the respect she deserves for not backing down and for sticking to her word when it came to something very important to her on the show, pre-marital sex. She was clear, direct, and strong when she outlined to Peter that her no-fly zone would be him sleeping with other women on the show. When he decided to not take her feelings into consideration and went through with it anyway, she stood her ground, and, according to Reality Steve, gets him to reconsider his horizontal position on this particular issue.
I’m unsure how I feel about her giving him a second chance if these spoilers are true because I just don’t know if I believe they’re truly compatible with such vast moral differences. However, I think we can all learn an important lesson from Madison, which is that conviction is clearly the sexiest thing a woman can wear, and she DID. THAT.