Whenever someone joins "The Bachelorette," fans always wonder if they are on the show for the right reasons. Sometimes people join for fame, but sometimes it is because they want to be "The Bachelor." Now everyone is chatting about if Peter Kraus is there for the right reasons and The Hollywood Gossip was able to share the details about what Peter had to say about it.

If you get cast as "The Bachelor," then that comes with a paycheck, fame and some clothing as well. This is a good reason to want the job, but not a good reason to go on "The Bachelorette," even though some people do it.

What did Peter have to say about accusations?

If you remember, a long time ago Peter Kraus put in his high school yearbook that he hoped someday he would be cast as "The Bachelor." Peter was asked about if he wants to be "The Bachelor" and he actually answered Entertainment Tonight about it all. Peter said, "Right now to be completely honest, Rachel's definitely my focus. I haven't met anybody in my life quite like her, so if I can be that final person with Rachel at the end, I will be the happiest man that I can possibly be."

As long as Peter Kraus is telling the truth, it really does sound like he joined the show for the right reasons and that was to find love with Rachel Lindsay. He is getting along with her pretty well so far and is obviously a front runner on the show.

Could Peter end up getting the job?

The rumors are already flying about who wins this season of "The Bachelorette, " and it sounds like Peter is going to make it pretty far. This will put him in the perfect spot to end up being cast as "The Bachelor" if he doesn't end up with Rachel Lindsay in the end. Peter is a fan favorite, so this also puts him in the running.

For now, the fans are just going to have to wait and see who Rachel picks. Peter could end up getting the job if things go well for him and Rachel doesn't pick him. ABC will have to decide who they think is the best fit, but there have been some rumors that this would be the perfect time to cast an African American lead for "The Bachelor," since it has never been done.

Do you feel like Peter Kraus is there for the right reasons? Do you think he could end up "The Bachelor" next season? Sound off in the comments section below on your thoughts, and don't miss watching Peter on new episodes of "The Bachelorette" on Monday nights with Rachel Lindsay. It sounds like "Bachelor in Paradise" will start airing really soon after this season ends.