Hannah Brown thinks that Dancing With the Stars could break her bad luck streak on reality TV. After having bad luck with love on The Bachelor and then as a lead on The Bachelorette, she thinks this time on TV could be third time's a charm.
Fans watched as this pageant queen appeared on season 23 of The Bachelor, where she vied for Colton Underwood's heart. After being sent home 7th place, she was cast as the lead of season 15 of The Bachelorette. Audiences watched as the southern belle as she searched for love. She had a lot of connections and plenty of scandals in her season. Brown had to pick between the final two - Jed Wyatt and Tyler Cameron. Unbeknownst to Brown, it came out in the tabloids that Wyatt hadn't broken up with his previous serious girlfriend before going on the show, insisting going on the show was only to help promote his career and not for love. She went on to get engaged with Wyatt. After five weeks of being engaged, she heard the news that her fiancé was hiding a big secret and she immediately dumped him. At the second half of The Bachelorette finale, during the live segment, she tried to give Cameron another chance, but after they spent a night together - just days later - he started dating supermodel Gigi Hadid.
Needless to say, Brown hasn't had the best luck with her reality TV experiences. Even though it's been rough, she thinks the third time's the charm with Dancing with the Stars. The former The Bachelorette posted a picture on Instagram of her "daydreaming of that mirror ball" trophy, and has posted updates of her in the studio getting ready for dance rehearsals. She posted on September 11th a picture of herself with Bachelor Nation host Chris Harrison from her days on The Bachelorette. She captioned it with a caption, reading: "We’re back! i’m looking for a win on reality tv.. maybe the third time’s a charm?" See the full post below:
Since Brown had a less than perfect time on both seasons of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette, she's hoping that the dance competition show - Dancing with the Stars - will be the show to change her luck. Fans can see on Brown's Instagram story of her getting ready for the premiere on Monday, September 16th. Even her ex-fiancé, Jed Wyatt, thinks Brown will succeed on the show due to her motivation and her ability to pick up new skills.
The former pageant queen and former The Bachelorette star is by no means a dancer, but she's been putting her heart and soul into the rehearsals, as she's even shown off her battle scars to her Instagram follower from dancing so much. The passionate and fun-loving 24-year-old will be competing against some tough competition in Dancing with the Stars season 28, including NBA player Lamar Odom, Queer Eye's Karamo Brown, and actor James Van Der Beek - just to name a few. Brown has her work cut out for her, but she's got her eye on the prize this time.
The season premiere of Dancing With The Stars airs September 16 at 8pm EST on ABC.
Source: Hannah Brown