'The Bachelor' Season 24: Madison Prewett may leave Peter Weber after Fantasy Suite and still win the show
What seems pretty predictable at this point is that Madison Prewett wins the season, even though she leaves Peter Weber after his sexual escapades
After what was one of the most uncomfortable episodes to watch this season on 'The Bachelor', the pieces of the puzzle are finally falling in place. What seems pretty predictable at this point is that Madison Prewett wins the season, even though she leaves Peter Weber after his sexual escapades.
This Monday night, February 24, the highly awaited Fantasy Suite episode aired. With three women left in the show for Pete to pick a wife from, Pete takes them all on one on one dates. Madison, of course, for added drama is right at the end of the line.
After two great dates with Victoria F and Hannah Ann that end up with them spending the night together, Peter gets to Madi. Earlier in the episode, she had told him that she would be uncomfortable and potentially walk away from him if he became intimate with the other two but clearly, Peter goes ahead and does it anyway. The day portion goes without any great drama but then, while they're at dinner, stuff starts to unravel.
Hurt and disappointed by his actions Madison decides that she may want to walk away from him. He tells her to stay and she cries his arms and they part ways. However, she doesn't make a move for sure, because let's face it, it's 'The Bachelor' - we won't get a definite answer. But here's where it gets a little more serious - in the next rose ceremony preview, Madison does not show up and at first it appears as though she wants to leave. Moreover, there's just one rose on the stand.
The Barbara clip that the show has given more screentime to than most of the contestants suddenly makes sense at this point. "Bring her home," wails Barbara in the clip and clearly, it is about Madison. So even if she leaves, it's quite likely, she will be standing at the end with Peter.
However, according to legend Reality Steve, Madi does a self-eliminate, but not until the finals week after she meets Barbara and the Weber gang again. So it's quite possible that she does come back in time for this rose ceremony and decides to ditch Pilot Pete right at the end.
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