Arie Luyendyk Jr. is now filming his season of "The Bachelor" 2018. The spoilers are slowly coming out and Bustle just shared a recent one. It turns out that one of the girls said something to Arie that upset him. It was a dig that makes everyone think of Reality Steve if you read his posts.

What happened on the set of the show?

Robert Mills of the show actually spilled the spoilers. He started out sharing that they are out on the road now and just finished up filming episode five. Hopefully, Arie ends up finding love this season, but so far, it is too soon to tell for sure. Arie was on Emily Maynard's season of the show and has been looking for love since then, but it didn't work out.

Instead, he is now back on "The Bachelor" trying to find love.

One thing that he shared was that there was a really dramatic rose ceremony the night before. Dramatic stuff is not surprising at all on the show. He went on to explain that Arie really does want to get to know everyone. Of course, that isn't easy to do at all. He said that it is upsetting some of the girls. On "The Bachelor," everyone always gets a bit jealous.

He explained a few details saying, "It starts to get angry. There was a little bit of anger. One of the women, I think, went really below the belt and referred to him as 'Hashtag not Peter.'" Ouch that had to upset Arie if he heard about it, but that part wasn't revealed. Fans are going to have to wait until it ends up airing on the show.

What does this have to do with Reality Steve?

If you follow Reality Steve he started out saying that Peter Kraus would be the one cast as "The Bachelor." That didn't end up happening and instead, it was Arie Luyendyk Jr.

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All season long when Steve tweets about spoilers or anything, he says Not Peter. He doesn't even call him Arie at all.

So it sounds like this girl could have been reading Reality Steve before joining the show. He started calling Arie that before the filming ever started. He didn't share if the woman said it to Arie's face or just to the cameras, but you can't think that he would be happy about that at all if she said it to him.

Are you shocked to hear one of the girls had the nerve to call Arie "Not Peter"? Do you think most of the girls are happy that it is Arie there instead of Peter? Sound off in the comments below on your thoughts, and don't miss new episodes of "The Bachelor" 2018 with Arie starting in January of 2018 on ABC. The spoilers are slowly starting to come out about his season, but if he gets engaged hasn't been decided just yet.