Peter KrausLatest News and Opinion
Posted Wednesday 12/06/17 at 7:07PM EST
The Bachelorette alum Peter Kraus reveals he suffered from an eating disorder
Source: Page Six
“At the age of 20 I had developed an eating disorder while blindly attempting to keep up with the level of fitness of my fellow models and competitors,” he wrote on Instagram this morning. “For two years I struggled in silence, always trying but never knowing how to compete with my counterparts.”
Posted Friday 11/03/17 at 6:18PM EDT
The Bachelorette’s Peter Kraus: I’m not confirmed for The Bachelor Winter Games, despite what the show creator tweeted
“Mike Fleiss likes to tweet a lot of things,” Kraus said with a laugh. “I feel like he even said I was the Bachelor at one point, so I think he just likes to throw people off.” Kraus wouldn’t rule out participating on The Bachelor spinoff.
Posted Wednesday 10/04/17 at 10:47PM EDT
Peter Kraus joins The Bachelor Winter Games
Source: E! Online
The Bachelorette runner-up won’t be The Bachelor, but that doesn’t mean he’s done with the franchise. Bachelor creator Mike Fleiss tweeted: “Yes, Peter will be looking for love-- and going for the gold-- on #TheBachelor Winter Games!!!!"
Posted Wednesday 9/13/17 at 2:32PM EDT
Arie Luyendyk Jr’s ex applied to be on The Bachelor
Source: Us Weekly
Sydney Stempfley was dating Luyendyk up until July, but she reportedly had no idea he would be selected as The Bachelor. According to Us, she still wants to be on the show. PLUS: Peter Kraus explains why he isn’t The Bachelor.
Posted Monday 9/11/17 at 9:26PM EDT
The Bachelor has already released the first Arie Luyendyk, Jr. promo
Posted Thursday 9/07/17 at 9:21PM EDT
Arie Luyendyk Jr. is a “risky and exciting” Bachelor pick -- he’s been absent from the franchise so long he can shake things up
Source: The Ringer
“That relative blank slate” is what makes Arie interesting, says Andrew Gruttadaro. “With him, The Bachelor is (slightly) hitting the reset button, which it’s desperately needed to do. For the last few years, the franchise has been stuck in the Nick Viall era of self-aware, self-involved guys and girls, and the shows have lost some energy because of it. Seasons have felt like pained slogs, rather than oblivious, melodramatic fun. Rachel Lindsay was quite possibly the best Bachelorette in history, and her season was a dud, bereft of any compelling story lines or magnetic characters. It says a lot that the best choice for Bachelor from Rachel’s season was a guy who openly flouted the show’s fantasy. So now The Bachelor goes with a guy who was pre-Viall, who fully bought into the franchise’s prepackaged concept of love in 2012, and who might be able to restore the show to its rightful form.”
PLUS: ABC exec explains the Arie pick, Peter Kraus reacts to the news, Arie and Bachelor villain Courtney Robertson were recently dating, and Kaitlyn Bristowe reveals she didn’t want Nick Viall in her Final 2.
Posted Thursday 9/07/17 at 3:13PM EDT
ABC’s botched Bachelor: Why Arie Luyendyk Jr. is an underwhelming and backwards-thinking pick
Bachelor fans were stunned by Arie’s selection this morning — because they forget all about him. The so-called “fan favorite” was runner-up in Emily Maynard’s season in 2012, which was five years ago. “Five. That’s a long ass time in Bachelor years,” says Lea Palmieri. “Why does ABC keep reaching back to the distant past for these bros?” she asks, referring also to last year’s Bachelor Nick Viall. She adds: “You know, maybe making a decision that indicates the franchise is moving forward, instead of 5 steps back would’ve been nice? The whole entire lifeblood of this show is the community discussion, at work, on Twitter, at brunch, and choosing someone that not everyone knows, remembers, or cares about, rips that apart and takes the fun out of the franchise. A franchise we are desperately counting on to be fun!”
PLUS: Finally, a Bachelor who’s employed!, this looks like a last-minute choice after a report that producers were in “full-blown panic mode” yesterday, Bachelor fans were gobsmacked by the choice, Arie’s dad was “The Flying Dutchman” with two Indy 500 victories, Zach Braff thinks he looks like Arie, Bachelor creator Mike Fleiss tweets “Make ABC great Again,” and Fleiss retweeted a tweet gloating that Reality Steve got it wrong when he tweeted last week: “I feel confident in reporting that sources are telling me Peter is the next Bachelor & it will be announced soon.”
Posted Thursday 8/17/17 at 10:16PM EDT
The Bachelorette fan fave Peter Kraus' Bachelor chances aren't looking good
Without mentioning Kraus’ name, creator Mike Fleiss tweeted: “Do we really want a Bachelor who isn't ready to settle down with a woman he loves? Hmmm. Not what #thebachelor is all about…”