Entertainment Kaitlyn Bristowe Drops Her First Country Single ‘If I’m Being Honest’
Madison Claims Peter Texted to Get Back Together Days Before Kelley Reunion
Madison Claims Peter Texted to Get Back Together Days Before Kelley Reunion“This is when it gets a little interesting. We were best friends, actually. We were inseparable throughout the entire process,” Madison, 24, told Kaitlyn Bristowe on the Tuesday, April 21, episode of her “Off the Vine” podcast about her friendship with Kelley, 28. “I was definitely hurt and thrown off by that whole situation. I want the best for the both of them, but I definitely was thrown off.
Kaitlyn Bristowe is going from "Bachelorette" to country music.
On Friday, the 34-year-old reality star dropped her new single "If I'm Being Honest".
As Bristowe explained in an Instagram post, she actually finished the song over a year ago but didn't release it because she was "afraid" and "insecure."
If I’m being honest, I didn’t think I would ever release this song. I was too afraid, insecure, and kept doing the classic “what if”. I don’t know who needs to hear this but f*ck the what if’s. This uncertain time has shed light on how important time is. So while this song has been collecting dust for over a year, I’ve finally decided to share it with you. Singing has always been something that makes my heart happy. So if I’m being honest, Im still feeling insecure, yet PROUD to share this with you now. I even think we can all relate to the lyrics right now. It’s available wherever you get your music or my bio. Love you guys. Thank you. #IfImBeingHonest Also huge shout out to @jennifer_denmark @savannahkeyesmusic for helping me write this, and @itsmikemiller for producing it. A post shared by Kaitlyn Bristowe (@kaitlynbristowe) on May 14, 2020 at 7:17am PDT
Madison Prewett Wishes She’d Apologized to Peter Weber's Mom Barb at The Bachelor Finale
"I saw all of the differences that she was pointing out as well and honestly agreed with them," Madison Prewett saidPrewett appeared on fellow Bachelor Nation star Kaitlyn Bristowe's podcast Off the Vine, on which she said she wishes she would have been a little more sympathetic toward Barbara during the dramatic finale.
"This uncertain time has shed light on how important time is. So while this song has been collecting dust for over a year, I’ve finally decided to share it with you."
The song is an inspirational anthem about learning to accept yourself.
"If I'm being honest/ I'm not always as tough as I seem/and I can have my moments where words can get the best of me," she sings. "And I can be hard enough for all us on myself/ I don't need to read about it, hear about it somewhere else."
Bristowe is also letting fans follow along with her journey into the music world on her web series "9 to Wine".
‘The Bachelor’ Summer Highlight Show to Cover Sean Lowe, Kaitlyn Bristowe and Ben Higgins Seasons .
ABC has revealed the first three seasons that its upcoming highlight show “The Bachelor: The Greatest Seasons — Ever!” will cover. Sean Lowe (“The Bachelor” season 17 from 2013), Kaitlyn Bristowe (“The Bachelorette” season 11 from 2015) and Ben Higgins (“The Bachelor” season 20 from 2016) will be the first three to have their seasons picked apart in a three-hour special. The series, which was originally titled “The Bachelor: The Most Unforgettable – Ever!,” was exclusively reported on by Variety in April and is set to debut with the Sean Lowe episode on June 8.