Once upon a time when Chris Harrison claimed this season off Single girl would be the most dramatic ever, he was actually right. Luke P. ran wild, several rose ceremonies were abruptly canceled, and Jed Wyatt was constantly spying on a girl at home. But perhaps the most surprising bit of BTS drama came from Peter Weber's ex, Calee Lutes, who claimed he broke up with her to go on the dating show.
So why did Chris Harrison, who had no trouble grilling Jed Wyatt on his transgressions over millions, left the drama with his mother during Pilot Pete & # 39; s live post-Bachelorette interview?
He definitely planned to ask Pete about everything! Before the finale, Chris Harrison told us Entertainment tonight that Peter would have "a little explanation to do." Chris had done some digging and wanted to let Peter tell his side of the story. But then … nothing. It turns out, there is a reason for that.
In an interview with ET after the finale, ABC ex Rob Mills cleared everything. "This type of guy removed from this is a guy who still has some serious feelings for Hannah and wanted to talk about it and get that closure," Rob said.
Basically, ABC was certain that the humble Delta Airlines pilot – who had not had sex with Hannah Brown not twice, but four times in a windmill during fantasy week – was on and on.
"He was really above the board and said, 'Yes, this is the story, it's true in the fact that we were absolutely involved and it was serious. And I asked her to go out and move here, and she didn't want to, "Rob said ET. "He ended this relationship." We'll see what happens, I'll continue Bachelorette and maybe we can discuss things then. & # 39; This was over in his mind, "he explained.
"He had applied for the show long before he met this girl. He was a guy who really liked the show and wanted to apply. I think it was probably a year and a half ago he applied and he was in the database and we had reached him. The place was right. He was new single, but he was single. So it didn't seem like it was really that much to talk about, Mills continued. "I'm glad now that the show is over and he can talk about it in the press. "
He did. "The series had absolutely nothing to do with ending that relationship." Pilot Pete told us people earlier this week. “I was very serious when I tried to develop that relationship and move it forward. And she wasn't on the same page as me. That said, I wasn't going to waste her time or my time. "
But he apologizes anyway. "It's obvious that I'm hurting someone I really cared about," he says. “That was never my intention. And for that I'm sorry. Breakups suck! "
And that's it.