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LI 'Bachelorette' contestant Peter Izzo survives despite embarrassing moments

On the most recent episode of "The Bachelorette,"

On the most recent episode of "The Bachelorette," Bellmore native Peter Izzo (R) continued on, while PJ Henderson (L) will not be back.   Credit: ABC/Craig Sjodin

Peter Izzo, the Bellmore-raised Florida pizza-shop owner competing on the current season of ABC’s "The Bachelorette," survived episode 2 despite some embarrassing moments when he was needled by another contestant.

During a group-date segment in which bachelorette Michelle Young, 28, an elementary-school teacher, tested some of the bachelors on math, science and spelling, the men, sitting in desks, were asked to spell "narcissist." Each wrote the word on a white handheld board — except for Will Urena, a 28-year-old from Michigan, who instead wrote, "Peter."

"I looked over and he was heated. … His face was red as tomato sauce!" Urena said snarkily in an insert shot.

Izzo, 26, responded in his own insert shot, "To say that I'm a narcissist in front of Michelle, do you understand how low that is? That's someone that literally doesn't think that anybody on this planet Earth exists other than them. … He's known me for two, three days — he has no idea who I am."

He later confronted Urena, saying it was "really inappropriate of you to call me a narcissist when I was completely defenseless" and calling Urena " stunad," an Italian slang wrong meaning stupid or crazy.

Urena shot back, "It's pizza this, pizza that, pizza this," referring to Izzo's frequent comments about being a "pizzapreneur." "I'm tired of hearing about pizza!"

Regardless, Izzo remained in the competition, while PJ Henderson, Alec Thompson, Daniel Tully and Brooklyn neuroscientist Pardeep Singh were cut.

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