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Nick Viall Gives Advice to New 'Bachelor' Peter Weber

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By Natalie Hunter

On January 6th, Peter Weber will be making his debut as 'The Bachelor.' Weber was on Hannah Brown's of 'The Bachelorette.' He came in third place despite fans wanting him to make it all the way to the end. He gained popularity and became a top choice for the next 'Bachelor' when Brown revealed to Luke P. that she and Weber did it in a windmill twice and that it was amazing after Luke P. criticized her for being intimate with other men.

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Brown later admitted on the reunion show that they actually did it in the windmill four times.

While it seems like [Weber doesn't need any help] (https://people.com/tv/bachelor-peter-weber-hannah-brown-reunion-season-premiere/) when it comes to winning over the ladies, former 'Bachelor' Nick Viall offered advice to him.

“Listen to the producers. Don’t be stupid. Stay off social media,” said addressing Weber via US Weekly keeping his advice short and sweet.

According to Showbiz Cheat Sheet, this isn't the first time that Viall has advocated for listening to the producers.

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He spoke on his podcast "The Viall Files" about the importance of listening to the producers. His guest former 'Bachelorette' Kaitlyn Bristowe agreed with Viall.

“[Producers are] really good at picking your brain and getting in there and helping you grow and figuring out if you’d actually work with someone. Like I truly believe that,” said Bristowe.

Despite past notions from previous contestants that the producers like to meddle and create drama, it seems that recent contestants feel that the producers are their allies.

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The most recent 'Bachelorette,' Hannah Brown, wrote a long post on her Instagram thanking the producers from her season.

“Regardless of what any outsiders might think, my producers (and all the people behind this show for that matter) put everything into making sure I shine, I’m fulfilled, and loved during this journey. Do they make entertaining television? sure—and they’re damn good at it too. but I’m thankful they always tried to put the human Hannah, not the Bachelorette Hannah first,” wrote Brown.

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She continued: “I’ve learned so so much and I’m so thankful for this group of humans who challenged me, encouraged me, and gave me the opportunities to grow into the woman I always have been—and to be really proud of THAT girl. Thanks for seeing more in me than a people-pleasing, southern belle with a goofy smile plastered on her face. she gone. I love you all.”

Soon viewers will see whether Peter thought the producers are his friends or foes.

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