Hannah Brown reveals Special Forces will show her 'in a different way'
Stars like The Bachelorette's Hannah Brown are pushed to the limit on the upcoming reality series G.I. Ops: The World's Toughest Test.
Former Bachelorette star Hannah Brown, one of 16 celebrities taking part in the upcoming FOX series Special Forces: World's Toughest Trial, revealed that her fans will see her "differently" on the show. Bachelor Nation first met 2018 Miss Alabama USA Hannah while attending Colton Underwood's 2019 season of The Bachelor. Later that year, she starred on her own season of The Bachelor. She then went on to win season 28 of Dancing With the Stars with her professional dance partner Ellen Bursten. On Special Forces, Hannah will join Beverly Mitchell, Jamie Lynn Spears, Kenya Moore, Melanie "Mel B" Brown, Gus Kenworthy, Kate Gosselin, Nastya Liukin, Drew Pinsky, Mike Piazza, Montel Jordan, Anthony Scaramucci, Dwight Howard, Carli Lloyd, Tyler Florence and Danny Amendola.
In an interview with HollywoodLife, Hannah talks about how her fans will see a different side of her than other G.O.F. She shared that while she's always been her real self on TV in the past, Special Forces will show her "in a different way." In the program, the stars must complete strict training under the leadership of the director team Agents, an elite team of former Special Forces agents. Hannah said: "It was such a transformative show. Everyone involved in it learned something about themselves in these extreme moments that you can't really experience any other way." She added That, she says, is what makes G.I. Ops so different, and something she thinks "people are really going to enjoy watching."
Hannah Brown Says Special Forces Pushed Her Out Of Comfort Zone
Hannah explained that fans would see "completely stripped down versions of all these people you see or admire on TV, stripped of [their] ego." She added that Special Forces showed her that she was Who, because "when all the comforts of life are gone," that's when people's true selves emerge. Hannah said, "I'd love to know who that was, because I don't think you know, unless you have the opportunity to take the [hard] route. You have to do it the hard way, the best way possible, according to what would make You do it the way you get better." Hannah added that she has learned a lot from stepping out of her comfort zone, facing her greatest fears and being vulnerable. she shared that Due to insecurity, none of the celebs think they can pull off anything. Hannah concludes by saying that Special Forces made her "realize that I'm a lot stronger than I think I am in everything. I think that's something we've all learned."
Bachelor Nation knows Hannah is a former beauty queen and charming woman. It will be very interesting for fans to see her being pushed to her physical, mental and emotional limits in Special Forces. While her time on The Bachelor, The Bachelorette, and Dancing With The Stars challenged her in many ways, Special Forces seemed unlike anything she'd experienced before. As Hannah reveals her true self to the world, she also grows as a person.
Hannah shows her soul to the world by dating and dancing in public forums. From her failed Bachelorette engagement to news of Jed Wyatt because he already had a girlfriend, to her triumph on Dancing with the Stars, fans have seen Hannah go through many ups and downs. However, Special Forces seem to have stripped her naked her core. As she learns more about herself throughout the show, so does the audience, drawing them closer to her.
G.I.O.: World's Toughest Trial premieres Wednesday, January 4 at 8pm. Fox EST.
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