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Madison Looked Angry in Last Night’s ‘Bachelor’ Episode—We Think She Self-Eliminates Next

*Warning: Spoilers ahead*

On last night’s episode of The Bachelor, Madison Prewitt accepted Peter Weber’s rose even after he disobeyed her ultimatum. Based on the promo for next week’s finale, we think we know how Madison will react to the situation, and (disclaimer!) it doesn’t look good for the 28-year-old pilot.

Yesterday, ABC debuted the highly anticipated The Bachelor: The Women Tell All special, which featured never-before-seen footage from the episode along with pre-taped interviews with the eliminated contestants. Although no one (not even Weber) knows how the season ends, we have a pretty good idea of how it’ll play out, and it’s far simpler than ABC is letting on.

First of all, it’s clear that Madison is still “unsure” about her future with Weber, since he was “intimate” with the other contestants in the Fantasy Suite (even after she asked him not to be). While she accepted his rose during the final three ceremony (angry expression and all), we think Madison will walk away from their relationship in next week’s episode.

Why? It has everything to do with Madison’s inability to get over Weber’s actions with the other women. Madison already said that she can’t say “yes” to an engagement if Weber slept with someone else a few days before…and that’s exactly what happened.

So, even if Weber does pick Madison, we predict she’ll flee knowing that if it were meant to be, he’d eventually come after her. Of course, Madison could totally come around in the After the Final Rose special and agree to casually date the pilot.

This theory would support Chris Harrison’s claim that no one knows how the season ends. If Weber chooses Madison, Hannah Ann will arrive at the rose ceremony first, which means he’ll already have broken up with Hannah Ann when Madison bolts.

So, will Weber be left with no contestants? Or are we totally missing something? The Bachelor returns to ABC next Monday, March 9, at 8 p.m.