Who Went Home on 'The Bachelor' Episode 7? Peter Weber Eliminated Two Women, So Here’s Who’s Left for Hometown Dates
We’re down to the wire on The Bachelor Season 24. Peter Weber eliminated six women in the Feb. 3 episode, leaving Kelley Flanagan, Madison Prewett, Hannah Ann Sluss, Victoria Fuller, Natasha Parker, and Kelsey Weier. So who went home on The Bachelor Episode 7 on Feb. 10 when the cast and crew arrived in Lima, Peru? The seventh week of Weber’s season sent fans into a frenzy of emotions.
[Spoiler alert: The Bachelor Season 24 Episode 7.]
Madison Prewett and Kelsey Weier fall for Peter Weber in ‘The Bachelor’ Episode 7
The Bachelor Week 7 opens with the one-on-one date viewers deserve. Madison finally receives some screen time since her first one-on-one date in the premiere. Weber takes her fishing and the two seem to have a great time.
“I’m serious about this and I’m serious about you,” Madison tells Peter. She also reveals she sees a future with the bachelor. However, Weber is still a little reserved, as he doesn’t want to be blindsided again.
Meanwhile, back at the house, Kelsey reveals Madison is very religious and hasn’t had a full conversation about her dealbreakers with Weber. But even so, this doesn’t seem to affect the date.
During the evening portion, Madison opens up about her devotion to religion. And although Weber loves this aspect of her, he admits he “struggles” with his own faith sometimes. After a few more endearing moments together, Weber says he is falling in love with Madison and gives her the rose.
Later, Weber takes Kelsey on another one-on-one date. They journey to the hills and have some fun outdoors. Both parties connect and all is well. They even discuss their ideals for married life.
Then during the dinner portion, Kelsey opens up about her family, revealing a few details about her estranged relationship with her father. At the end of their conversation, Weber sees the strength within Kelsey. He gives her a rose.
Peter Weber and Natasha Parker say their goodbyes in ‘The Bachelor’ Week 7
Not all of Weber’s one-on-one dates during The Bachelor Week 7 ended with a rose. The 28-year-old pilot invited Natasha to her first one-on-one date to explore the city. They seem to have plenty of fun and at one point, Weber compliments Natasha’s honesty throughout the season.
That said, Weber is certain the chemistry isn’t there. The bachelor thinks his relationship with Natasha is more like friendship. He picks up the rose, apologizes, and tells her he can’t give it to her.
“That’s too bad,” Natasha says.
Then in a confessional, Weber explains his thoughts. “You have to feel it in your heart. You can’t force anything,” he says. “It’s too far along and it’s too serious to me to not be brutally honest.”
Kelley Flanagan, Victoria Fuller, and Hannah Ann Sluss go on a three-on-one
At this point, Weber has given out two roses. Now only two remain for the women going to hometown dates in The Bachelor Week 8. Kelley seems confident she will be chosen by Weber. In a confessional, she talks about her maturity level in comparison to Hannah Ann and Victoria F. So she believes it should be an “easy choice.” But apparently, it’s not.
First up, Hannah Ann talks to Weber about the stress built up from the week. She is worried about letting him go and doesn’t want to leave. She also wrote down the reasons why she is falling in love with him.
Meanwhile, Victoria F. seems to be breaking down. She walks away while Kelley chills, waiting for Weber. When the bachelor comes around, he has a brief conversation with Kelley, who reminds him not all relationships have to be hard.
She’s having a good time. But this may not be what Weber wants to hear. He questions whether it’s “more than just fun.” Kelley then reassures him — sort of.
Finally, we get to Victoria F. Weber checks up on her after their last date. But Victoria F. isn’t having it. She takes his questions as an attack and lashes out. Weber sees this as self-sabotage and he is willing to fight for her.
In the end, Weber doesn’t need a dinner portion to choose his final four. He picks Victoria F. and Hannah Ann. Kelley leaves completely blindsided.
Who goes home on Peter Weber’s season of ‘The Bachelor’ Episode 7?
The Bachelor Episode 7 did not have a proper rose ceremony. Weber handed out the roses to his final four women during their dates, eliminating two women. So who went home tonight, Feb. 10? Here’s who is left and headed to hometowns:
- Hannah Ann, 23-year-old model from Tennessee: In the running
- Kelley, 27-year-old attorney from Illinois: Eliminated
- Kelsey, 28-year-old professional clothier from Iowa: In the running
- Madison, 23-year-old foster parent recruiter from Alabama: In the running
- Natasha, 31-year-old event planner from New York: Eliminated
- Victoria F., 25-year-old medical sales representative from Virginia: In the running
Read more: ‘The Bachelor’: Peter Weber Debunked 3 Theories About How the Finale Ends and Honestly, We’re Disappointed
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