“This sucks,” Peter Weber said while fighting back tears just moments after Hannah Brown dumped him on “The Bachelorette.” Peter was one of the three finalists still fighting to win Hannah’s heart in part one of season finale set in Greece, but she ultimately decided to give roses to Tyler Cameron and Jed Wyatt instead. “I did not see that coming at all,” a dumbfounded Peter admitted. “I’m not mad at Hannah, I’m really hot. It hurts like a b**** right now.” Which of the final two guys do YOU think Hannah should choose? Vote in our poll below and tune into ABC on Tuesday night for part two of the finale.
After Hannah gave Peter the heart-breaking news, this 27-year-old pilot from Westlake Village, California drove off in a limousine while proclaiming, “I’ll never forget this journey — how beautiful it was in so many ways. I fell in love and I swear I don’t regret anything. I know I have a ton of love to give and I thought it was Hannah. I truly did.”
When the live telecast continued on Monday night, Peter was sitting next to “Bachelorette” host Chris Harrison, who asked him what it was like watching the break-up for the first time. In a soft voice he remarked, “I was kind of dreading having to watch that back this entire time [over] the last two months. But, yeah, I’m okay.” Peter then stated there was “no doubt” that he was in love with Hannah, confirming that the first time he realized it was when they watched the fireworks together in Latvia.
Hannah soon came out on stage to meet with Peter for the first time since the devastating breakup. The former Miss Alabama USA explained that “there wasn’t anything wrong” with their relationship, but that she only wished she’d known he was falling in love with her before he finally admitted it after the hometown visits. Too little, too late!
In a hilarious moment that’s sure to go viral, Hannah then cleared up a bit of a fib she told to Luke Parker earlier in the season, confessing that she and Peter actually made love four different times in the windmill, not just two. As the crowd erupted in shock, Peter’s parents cheered on this news from the audience. “I can confidently say that Jesus still loves both of us,” Peter joked in a callback to the infamous windmill scene.