The Bachelor's Peter Weber Undergoes Surgery After Suffering Fall

Brenda Watkins
October 9, 2019

Peter Weber, star of the upcoming season of ABC's The Bachelor, suffered a facial injury yesterday on a golf course in Costa Rica where the series began taping last month, Deadline has confirmed. He was immediately rushed to a hospital that was two hours away.

The Bachelor star Peter Weber was reportedly seriously injured during the show's production on Monday.

"He is pulling through", a source told Radar, adding, "Everyone is anxious about production".

"Everyone is anxious about production. all the women were flying in for filming today", the Radar source said.

However, a source told Page Six, "It isn't as bad as what's being reported".

Here's an important story for fans of quality TV: Season 24 of "The Bachelor" is now filming in Costa Rica.

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In September, Weber was announced as the show's lead after being eliminated on Hannah Brown's season of "The Bachelorette", meaning the airline pilot was just weeks into filming Season 24 when the accident took place.

According to Reality Steve spoiler blogger Steve Carbone, The Bachelor's Season 24 cast was expected to travel to Peru and Chile for the next two rounds of dates after this week's round of dates in Costa Rica.

"He got a cut on his head", Harrison said in the statement.

Until then, we can only hope that one of the contestants drops a Shawn Mendes line after a rose ceremony.

"I feel so grateful right now just to have this opportunity in front of me".

Weber, who came third on Hannah Brown's season of The Bachelorette US, was remembered as the contestant on Hannah Brown's season who slept with her in a windmill four times. I feel emotional right now, man. "I'm ready to move on and I'm ready to find my girl, and I'm very hopeful this is going to work out".

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