Hannah Brown shares her excitement on being able to continue learning on her journey from 'The Bachelorette' to 'Dancing with the Stars'
In an exclusive interview with MEAWW, reality TV star Hannah Brown reflected upon her stint on 'The Bachelorette' and shared about her experience on new show 'Dancing With the Stars'.
Hannah Brown won many hearts during her stint on ‘The Bachelor’ season 21, which led to the former beauty pageant winner becoming ‘The Bachelorette’ of season 15. Although ‘The Bachelorette’ ended, Hannah hasn’t found her man yet. Instead of just waiting on her man, Hannah has found her way to popular reality show ‘Dancing With the Stars’. What makes Hannah’s participation in the show special is that she is the first bachelorette since season 1 Bachelorette Trista Sutton to be on the show.
We caught up with the lovely Hannah at the Pre-Emmys party and discussed her journey from ‘The Bachelor Nation’ to ‘Dancing With the Stars’, and the lessons she learned along the way. We had to know how the reality star felt about being part of a dance competition show like ‘Dancing With the Stars’ which is way different compared to the shows she has appeared in the past. She says, “It’s such an honor, I’m really grateful for the opportunity to be able to really focus on something after all that I have experienced this past year, and to know that I can continue to be very vulnerable and open with my fans in this really new exciting way and gain new skill. It has been really cool, and I am just excited that I get to be a bachelorette that’s now able to continue on and have fans cheer me on DWTS.”
‘The Bachelorette’ season 15 saw Hannah looking for love, though she couldn’t find a man, she found something better- herself. We asked her about her experience being a part of the reality dating world. She expresses her gratitude and her growth as a person can be clearly seen in her response. “I’m really grateful that I somehow in this crazy way ever was on ‘The Bachelor’ in the first place. I think my journey started on The Bachelor where I started realizing that it was okay to be myself and not just this “put-up” version of myself that I thought people could easily handle and be able to own that as a bachelorette”.
She also remarks about how she realized her own strength and owned it. “I really realized that how strong a woman I actually am and can make decisions that are hard and sometimes heartbreaking and are the best for me. I think because I have been put through these crazy struggles and hardships that yes, were hard, but learned so much about myself and I feel I can be better for whoever that love is later because I love myself more.”