Hannah Ann Sluss recalls 'Bachelor' experience after Peter Weber confrontation

Hannah Ann Sluss recalls 'Bachelor' experience after Peter Weber confrontation

Hannah Ann Sluss recalls 'Bachelor' experience after Peter Weber confrontation

During part two of "The Bachelor" finale, which aired Tuesday night, Sluss accepted a proposal from Weber, 28, after fellow finalist Madison Prewett broke up with him. After Chris Harrison visited Madison to tell her that Peter had broken things off with Hannah Ann, she agreed to give her relationship with Peter another shot. "When I said I wanted Hannah Ann so badly, it's because we just clicked right away. And I was really surprised and shocked and a little saddened by that", he continued.

"When I said yes to you, I said yes to a partnership". Something tells us she'll have no problem finding a man who's willing to treat her right-and she knows exactly what she's not looking for this time around. "You'd have to talk to Barb".

A month later, when Peter confessed to Sluss that he was unable to move forward with their engagement, and instead, pursued a relationship with runner-up Madison Prewett, his mom was crushed.

While her take-off hit did hit quite a bit of turbulence, it's nice to see she's back on her feet now and knows her self worth. There was animosity built up, ' Harrison said. "That's been also a heartbreak, not being able to be a part of Barb and her life".

Kelley and Barb
Barbara is commenting on Kelley’s IG. Pic credit @kelleyflanagan Instagram

"That wasn't what we were expecting", Barbara Weber said on the live finale episode.

"Chris, he's going to have to fail to succeed", she said.

"I have love and respect for Peter, which means I have love and respect for Peter's family and I will never say a negative word about anyone or anything", Madison responded on the "After the Final Rose" special. "I hope their love and their faith is strong enough that they will amicably come back together and maybe I'll help them do that".

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