'Bachelorette' Star Hannah Brown Talks The Biggest Misconception About Her
The Bachelorette star Hannah Brown recently opened up about the biggest misconception about her. It's something that she's admitted to being her hardest struggle, especially since she knows she probably can't change minds of people who don't like her. Read on for all the details.
Hannah, 24, spoke about her disastrous After The Final Rose performance that took place when host Chris Harrison revealed she would become the new Bachelorette on March 12, 2019.
"I think the one thing that really did bother me was that I couldn't articulate myself, and that people thought that I wouldn't be able to handle this position, and I think I will prove everybody wrong, because one toast cannot defy who I am," she told E! News on Friday, May 17.
"From my very first day in the mansion, I am someone who can speak my mind and speak it clearly when needs be, when I feel comfortable."
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Hannah did that and then some during The Bachelorette premiere on Monday, May 13.
She confronted contestant Scott Andersen after finding out he has a girlfriend at home. He was later eliminated outside the rose ceremony.
Hannah also received backlash on social media from fans who thought she was homophobic after she said that sex is “made for a man and a woman”.
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