Weber, who was announced as the Bachelor for the upcoming season shortly before taping began, reportedly received 22 stitches after falling on a golf course, hitting his head and reportedly cutting his face on two cocktail glasses he was carrying. "He's still the dashing, handsome pilot we've all dreamed of".
The Rose Ceremony in Cleveland featured Peter narrowing his pool of women to Season 24's Final 12 bachelorettes, according to online spoilers.
"He went to step on the cart but fell and and split his face open on two cocktail glasses he was carrying", a source said, adding that the incident occurred on October 7.
Production of "The Bachelor" "is already back underway", Harrison added.
The Bachelor is set to return on January 6, 2020. "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". I feel emotional right now, man.
Pilot Pete, as he's commonly known to "Bachelor" fans, has been filming for several weeks, having been officially tabbed as the season 24 "Bachelor" in September.
Shortly after the Bachelorette finale, Weber told PEOPLE he'd definitely be on board to be Bachelor if asked.