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'Bachelorette' Alum Hannah Brown Can't Get Accepted To Exclusive Dating App Raya So She's Moved Her Search For Love To Christian Mingle

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Feb. 17 2020, Published 9:59 p.m. ET

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Bachelorette alum Hannah Brown has given up on the hopes of finding love on the exclusive dating app Raya and is turning to Christian Mingle instead. The reality star explained in a candid Instagram Story on Sunday, February 16 that she has been on the waiting list for Raya "for months now" and she's over it.

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"I don’t know if you know this, but I was The Bachelorette. And I can’t get on Raya. I’ve been on the waiting list for months now … I’m done. Christian Mingle, here I come. I might not be allowed on Christian Mingle at this point, but Jesus still loves me," Hannah, 25, said in the clip, referencing the famous phrase she told Luke Parker when he slut shamed her on the hit ABC show.

The Alabama native caused quite the stir when she reunited with third runner up Peter Weber on his season of The Bachelor and declared she still had feelings for him. However, she provided fans an update on her dating life at the end of January and revealed that she was "single."

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As OK! readers know, Hannah struggled to pick between Peter Weber, Jed Wyatt, and Tyler Cameron during her stint on The Bachelorette. Ultimately, she accepted a proposal from Jed and thought that she had found her happy ending. Things came crashing down and she ended her engagement when she learned he had a girlfriend back home and had been untruthful about the timeline of their breakup.

Hannah professed that she was hoping to find "real" love in 2020 on Instagram Stories on December 27.

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"LOVE. I still want it. The real kind. Don’t give up on dreams. Work hard. Feel good enough. Feel capable enough. Don’t settle. Believe you deserve it all. Give back. Be kind. Be strong. Don’t take bulls**t. Be a leader. Learn from others. Gain wisdom. Get out of your comfort zone. Take chances. Stay hopeful," she wrote.

Hannah's romantic life might be a struggle, but her professional life is thriving. She was crowned the winner of Dancing with the Stars in November 2019, and she made her debut on the DWTS live tour at Radio City Music Hall on January 28. During the performance, her former dancing partner Alan Bersten gave her mother Susanne a lap dance.

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