It sounds like this might truly be the "most dramatic season" of "The Bachelor" yet, as a new report claims Peter Weber was rushed to the hospital after suffering a "serious" injury while in Costa Rica.
"Bachelor" host Chris Harrison confirmed the incident to Fox News in a statement on Tuesday, calling it a "freak accident", but noted that Weber is A-OK and production has already resumed. "He got a cut on his head", Harrison said.
The site claims the 28-year-old pilot "split open his face" while golfing on October 7.
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The 28-year-old pilot allegedly cut his face while carrying two glasses in a golf cart on a course in Costa Rica.
While no additional details about the injury were reported, Peter required 22 stitches, according to Radar.
The Rose Ceremony in Cleveland featured Peter narrowing his pool of women to Season 24's Final 12 bachelorettes, according to online spoilers. He finished the season as the second runner-up, and he started filming The Bachelor in September.
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"He's still the dashing, handsome pilot we've all dreamed of", added Harrison.
"The Bachelor" season 24 will premiere in January 2020 on ABC.
Weber became widely known to fans of the franchise during 2019's season 15 of The Bachelorette, when he seemed a shoo-in to be chosen by star Hannah Brown after some not-so-secret intimacy in a windmill. "I've had the most unbelievable example of my parents, growing up, and I feel like the luckiest kid ever". "This is life-changing. I have all the faith in the world that this can work for me and I know it's going to".
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Shortly after the Bachelorette finale, Weber told PEOPLE he'd definitely be on board to be Bachelor if asked.