Peter Kraus, ‘The Bachelorette’: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

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Peter Kraus makes it to the finale episode of season 13 of "The Bachelorette," but it's a bumpy ride for him on the finale episode as he expresses his hesitation to get engaged.

Peter Kraus is one of the three remaining contestants on The Bachelorette this season and before we get into all the details and spoilers on him, let’s put out a little warning. IF YOU DO NOT WANT TO KNOW THE REPORTED WINNER THIS SEASON, STOP READING NOW. With that out of the way, let’s get into the into Kraus’ fate on the show, spoilers and more background on Kraus.

1. Kraus Told Rachel Lindsay He Was Not Ready to Propose

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During his overnight date with Rachel Lindsay, Kraus discussed his thoughts on getting engaged on the show. He told Lindsay that he felt she was the woman for him, but he was not ready to propose. This brought Lindsay to tears and both became very emotional. When this happened, Lindsay told the cameras that this was the first time that she felt her relationship with Kraus might now work out in the future. Lindsay previously said that she’s looking for commitment and an engagement at the end of this journey.

2. The Winner This Season Is Not Kraus

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(ABC/Paul HebertOn the premiere episode of “The Bachelorette,” Bryan Abasolo got the very first kiss from star Rachel Lindsay. He also warned her that he can sometimes be “trouble.” This intrigued her.

According to a source with Life & Style, Kraus’ nervousness about getting married was one of the major reasons that Lindsay does not choose him as the winner this season. And, Reality Steve has confirmed that Bryan Abasolo is engaged to Lindsay. Though Lindsay had a “happy ending”, an insider told Life & Style that it the proposal day wasn’t what she expected it to be, explaining that:

The fairy-tale moment that Rachel was dreaming of her whole life was a complete ordeal. It was the proposal from hell. She even considered walking away from the whole thing because she was terrified of making the wrong choice. In her mind, this whole thing was going to end differently.

3. Fellow Cast Member Dean Unglert Wants Kraus to Be the Next “Bachelor”

Why so serious? 📸: @natalieshabtai

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Dean Unglert made it to the final four on this season of The Bachelorette, but he has said he doesn’t think he would be ready to be the next star of The Bachelor. However, he did think his buddy would be good for the gig. According to People, Unglert joked:

Hands down, Peter Bachelor 2018, if that’s possible! I don’t know if he’s engaged or not. But I would gladly concede to Peter as next Bachelor.

Unglert referred to Kraus as his “best friend.”

4. Kraus Has Voiced That He Is Not Fond of Contestant Bryan Abasolo

Man's best friend ❤️🐶 #champy #dogsitting #dogsarelife #doglover

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On The Bachelorette, Peter Kraus voiced to multiple contestants that he wasn’t a big fan of Bryan Abasolo. He particularly did not like his confidence and didn’t think he was the right kind of guy for Rachel Lindsay. Kraus voiced his concerns to contestants Eric Bigger and Dean Unglert on separate occasions. Unglert, himself, has also spoken out about his feelings when it comes to Abasolo, telling Entertainment Tonight that there were red flags with Abasolo.

5. Originally, Kraus Was Reported to Be the Winner This Season

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When Bachelorette guru Reality Steve first started reporting spoilers for this season, he said that Peter Kraus was the winner. Steve stated:

Rachel is engaged to Peter Kraus. As I say every season, this isn’t a prediction, this isn’t a guess, this isn’t “Well, I know who the final 3 are, I’ve got a 33% chance of being right, might as well just take a stab at it.” No, she’s engaged to Peter … So congrats to those two, their lives and every motion they make from now until her finale airs on Aug. 7th will be dissected every which way but Sunday, so I hope they’re ready for that. Nothing left to see here for me.

About three weeks into the season, Reality Steve corrected his report and said that Bryan Abasolo was the real winner.

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