The second that Rachel Lindsay broke up with Peter Kraus, 31, on the finale of The Bachelorette, the ladies watching went loopy on Twitter, saying she made an enormous mistake. Instantly, everybody started petitioning for him to be the following suitor on The Bachelor. Everybody that’s, besides one large voice in The Bachelor household. “Do we actually desire a Bachelor who isn’t able to quiet down with a girl he loves? Hmmm. Not what #thebachelor is all about,” Mike Fleiss, the present’s creator, author and producer tweeted on Thursday.
Yikes. In fact, he does make a great level. Peter did inform Rachel he was in love along with her and wished to proceed their relationship, however she wasn’t in search of one other boyfriend — she wished to depart as an engaged girl. So, the next day, she accepted a proposal from Bryan Abasolo, and the 2 have lived fortunately ever after.
Mike has been getting fairly a couple of replies on his tweet, together with offended followers who’ve been routing for the runner-up. “Peter by no means stated he wasn’t able to ‘quiet down’ he simply wasn’t able to suggest after a month. Somewhat see real love, than faux engagement,” one fan tweeted. One other wrote, “If it is a dig at Peter… I don’t see the way it’s flawed of him to desire a monogamous relationship with a girl earlier than proposing.”
So, does Mike have some extent? Would Peter be able to get engaged on the finish of The Bachelor? In all probability not — however does he have to get engaged? Juan Pablo Galavis (who we normally don’t use for instance for something) selected to only date afterward; it’s doable. (Properly, they didn’t final, however nonetheless.) When requested about the potential for turning into the following bachelor, he advised Michael Strahan he’d “should suppose loads about it.” In fact, ABC and Bachelor producers are ll about that proposal — so he most likely is a strolling purple flag.
HollywoodLifers, would you like Peter to be the following bachelor?