Hannah Brown Bio, Wiki
Hannah Kelsey Brown was born on September 24, 1994 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama her parents are Robert Walker-Brown and Susanne Brown. She was raised both in Tuscaloosa and in nearby Northport, Alabama.
She was an American television personality and former beauty pageant titleholder.
She is currently aged 25 years old.
Hannah Brown Education
Hannah attended Tuscaloosa County High School, and In 2017 she graduated from the University of Alabama.
She received a degree magna cum laude from the university’s College of Communication and Information Sciences.
Hannah Brown Career
She started her career as an interior designer in Northport, despite this she had started her pageantry career at the age of 15 while competing along with other teens pageantry in Alabam.
2010 While Hannah was still a teenager, she came out first runner-up in Miss Alabama’s Outstanding Teen and second runner-up in Miss Alabama Teen USA 2011.
In 2013 Brown later competed in Miss Alabama, representing Tuscaloosa, although she did win a place in the competition.
In 2017 Brown returned to compete in Miss Alabama USA, but did not place in the competition. She returned the following year 2018, representing West Alabama, and was crowned Miss Alabama USA.
In 2018 while as Miss Alabama USA, Brown was given the opportunity to represent Alabama at the Miss USA 2018 competition, held in Shreveport, Louisiana.
Brown casts in season 23 of The Bachelor, starring former professional football player Colton Underwood.
She was later revealed to be contesting on December 6 that year which she won and was later announced by host Chris Harrison as the lead for the upcoming fifteenth season of The Bachelorette.
In the finale episode of Bachelorette Hannah Brown chose Jed Wyatt as her fiancé, although they later broke up and ended up dating Tylor Cameroon which also the relationship never progressed.
Brown was announced as one of the celebrities to compete on season 28 of Dancing with the Stars.
She also won The Competition Contestant of 2019 at the 45th People’s Choice Awards for her time as lead on The Bachelorette, on November 10, 2019.
- 2018 she held the position of Miss USA 2018 Herself Miss Alabama USA
- 2019 she won The Bachelor Herself Contestant; season 23
- The Bachelorette Herself The Bachelorette; season 15
- Bachelor in Paradise Herself Guest appearance; season 6
- Dancing with the Stars Herself Winner; season 28
- 2020 she won The Bachelor Herself Guest appearance; season 24
- Awards and nominations
- Year Award Category Nominated work Result
- 2019 she won People’s Choice Awards The Competition Contestant of 2019 The Bachelorette Won.
Brown Under the Heat for Using N-Word on Instagram
On May 16 Brown went live on Instagram trying to remember the famous Tik Tok dance that went along with DaBaby’s song, Rockstar, she was heard singing the first few lines of lyrics which included the N-word.
Her fun started tweeting in anger saying,
I was a big fan of Bachelorette/DWTS Winner Hannah Brown, until she decided to drop a hard N word in a rap song and then smirk and laugh through an “apology”. HB, you’re done in my book! Now considered irrelevant. @hannahbrown
— Andie (@shadyhoh) May 17, 2020
Her sudden reply saying that her Patrick said the word even made the fans angrier.
.@hannahbrown singing the n word. This is deplorable and while it isn’t my apology, the fact that you would giggle about it as you and your friend deny you saying it and that you’d say “no that’s Patrick”… beyond impermissible. You need to ACTUALLY address this. pic.twitter.com/6ARR1h3lBe
— 𝐦𝐞𝐠𝐚𝐧 ✨ (@pastelhour) May 17, 2020
They replied in more anger,
Bekah’s response 👏🏼 pic.twitter.com/4JcOd9j0w4
— Let's Chat Bachelor (@bach_chat) May 17, 2020
Despite her consistence apology, her fans got more angrier with her, she tweeted a second apology saying,
I owe you all a major apology. There is no excuse and I will not justify what I said. I have read your messages and seen the hurt I have caused. I own it all. I am terribly sorry and know that whether in public or private, this language is unacceptable. I promise to do better.