'The Bachelor' Season 24: Victoria P walks away from Peter Weber and fans praise her boss move

When she gets up to leave, Peter asks if he can walk her out and she shuts him out by saying she doesn't want him to walk her out


                            'The Bachelor' Season 24: Victoria P walks away from Peter Weber and fans praise her boss move
Peter Weber and Victoria P (ABC/John Fleenor)

Peter Weber sends Victoria P home even before the rose ceremony and fans applaud the contestant for not falling for his breakup routine. 

'The Bachelor' Season 24's drama continued on Wednesday night when the series returned for a special episode. Monday's episode ended with Mykenna on the verge of a breakdown. Back again this week, as Peter and his women make their way to Santiago, Chile, he gets down to business. 

We already saw him take Hannah Ann on a one-on-one date and then questioned her intentions, if she has ever been in love and if she is ready to get married. Things go down after the telenovela group date. While Peter has a talk with Kelsey, and the other ladies discuss where they currently stand, Victoria P decides its time to get the answers she is looking for. 

Sitting on his lap, Victoria P continues to kiss Peter but he doesn't seem into it. "I think we've both kind of felt a drop off. The obvious is with that Alayah stuff and... I hate that it did, but it distracted me," Peter admitted. 

Continuing he said, "I know how badly you want this and you are ready for this, I see that. I know that your heart is in the right place, and I do not want to do anything to hurt you. I think that my biggest concern right now with you is maybe you are more secure and confident in us than I am. And I just... I have to be totally honest with you, because that's what you deserve."



 

A very confused Victoria P questions if he doesn't want her to be there, and Peter finally agrees and shared, "I don't know if I see you as my wife. I'm so sorry. And I'm sorry about that." But that makes things only worse, as Victoria P breaks down sharing that she has only been nothing but vulnerable and real with him. She even confessed that she might have been falling in love with him. 

She refuses to accept Peter's apology saying, "I'm concerned for you. I'm worried for you. And I hope that you're making the right decisions and... because this is the last conversation that we're going to have. This is not love, and that really sucks." 

When she gets up to leave, Peter asks if he can walk her out and she shuts him out by saying she doesn't want him to walk her out. But he still continues to chase her. Watching Victoria P walk out on Peter without falling for his regular breakup routine, fans on Twitter applauded Victoria, with some even wanting her to be the next bachelorette.

"Victoria P standing in her power knowing she is better than this immature little boy #TheBachelor," a fan wrote. Adding to that another said, "I feel like Victoria P. is going to be the next bachelorette and knew that so she excused her damn self." 

"Peter “I sent Victoria P home” Nahh Peter she sent herself home cuz she was done with your sh*t," a fan shared. While another wrote, "WOW I DID NOT SEE THAT COMING. VICTORIA P IS A TREASURE. #TheBachelor."



 

"Victoria P walked away like a boss even with Peter trying to be the nice guy," a fan wrote. Adding to that another shared, "I’m proud of Victoria P knowing her worth #TheBachelor." 

"Hearing Victoria P say 'I don’t need you to walk me out, Peter' is truly a dream comes true because I’ve been waiting 200 seasons for someone to say that," a fan wrote. While another said, "Peter: You are going to make someone so happy some day. Victoria P.: I know Total Boss move." 

"I was out on Victoria P. when she lies about her relationship with Alayah. But, I am very proud of how she didn't let Peter do his breakup routine," a fan wrote. 

'The Bachelor' Season 24 airs every Monday night on ABC. Check your local listings for more information.

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