‘Bachelor’ Fans Think They Know the Ending of Peter Weber’s Season Based on His Clothes

*Warning: Spoilers ahead*

From Venmo to social media captions, Peter Weber’s season of The Bachelor has brought us loads of conspiracy theories. But this brand-new prediction might be the craziest to date.

Fans think they’ve figured out how the season ends based on two shirts that Weber is wearing in the finale promo. So, what’s the big deal? Well, to begin with, he wore one of those same shirts in a previous episode, and since Bachelors/Bachelorettes rarely repeat outfits on camera, viewers are convinced that it’s symbolic of something…bigger.

We know—it sounds totally crazy. But if you want to fully understand where the theory originated, there are two pieces of evidence to keep in mind, which we’ve outlined below.

1. The Blue Shirt

Weber wore a blue button-down shirt during his first one-on-one date with Madison in the season premiere. (You know, when he brought her to meet his family.) Based on the promos for the finale, Weber is wearing that same shirt during the now-famous scene of his mom crying, “Don’t let her go!”

Although the latter footage hasn’t aired (at least not yet), fans are convinced that Weber’s recycled fashion is a low-key hint that his mom is talking about Madison. This doesn’t come as a huge surprise, since we previously predicted that she’d self-eliminate, resulting in Weber’s mom breaking down and saying, “Bring her home.” But it gets weirder…

2. The Colorful Shirt

In the trailer for next week’s episode, Weber is wearing a pink and blue button-down shirt during his daytime date with Madison. Later in the promo, Weber is shown crying to a producer, saying, “I don’t even know how to do this, my heart is like broken right now.”

And—whaddaya know—he’s wearing the same pink and blue button-down shirt that he donned earlier in the clip during Madison’s date. This can only mean the get-together goes horribly wrong, resulting in Weber’s on-camera meltdown and Madison’s (probable) self-elimination. 

We’re not totally convinced that it means anything at all. But if it’s true, we’ll never be able to look at Bachelor outfits the same way again.


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Greta Heggeness is a California-based editor at PureWow and has been writing about entertainment since 2015. She covers everything from awards shows to exclusive celebrity...