Hannah Brown Offers Expert Advice to New Bachelor Peter Weber
It takes one to know one!
Hannah Brown is offering Peter Weber some expert tips, one lead to another. The Season 15 Bachelorette spoke with “Entertainment Tonight” after her stunning “Dancing with the Stars” performance and weighed in with her two cents on trying to find love on the show.
At first, Hannah told the site, it felt “really hard” to offer advice, especially because her season of “The Bachelorette” did not end as planned. Still, she shared that finding happiness is all about “just taking those moments to really get to know the person without the cameras and to make sure that you’re really vulnerable and honest with each other.”
She added, “Just because the show has ended, your life is still starting… really get to know what you’re in, and be able to make confident decisions for yourself moving forward, too.”
The 25-year-old said she hopes Pilot Pete’s time on “The Bachelor” is “a fairy tale and something he’s always been looking for.”
As for her relationship with her ex-fiancé Jed Wyatt, Hannah wants to “move forward and get past it” and for people to stop asking her about it. She said, “All that needed to be put behind me so I could become an empowered woman and continue my story."
Other Bachelors gave Peter advice about staying true to himself and trusting the process. On an episode of “Bachelor Happy Hour,” Nick Viall shared, “I hope for Peter a woman he’s really into was cast and is really into him. That’s the hope, because it is a crapshoot. My advice for him is hopefully you’re lucky enough to meet her and protect that relationship.”
Arie Luyendyk Jr. wrote on Instagram in September, “It’s the most insane experience that comes with an enormous amount of pressure and stress, but at the same time you have to block that out to soak it in and ENJOY IT.”
“The Bachelor” recently released Peter’s first promo and poster, both of which highlight his profession as a pilot. The poster shows Peter standing in an airplane aisle holding a rose and includes the tagline “Expect turbulence.”
The promo also features homages to Peter’s time on “The Bachelorette.” The clip begins with a rose petal falling from an airplane and landing near a windmill. The petal breaks into several pieces, and then Peter opens the windmill door with a rose in his hand.
Peter’s season of “The Bachelor” premieres on January 6, 2020, at 8 p.m. on ABC.
Will he follow the advice from Hannah, Arie and Nick? Only time will tell!