'The Bachelor' Finalist Madison Prewett — 5 Facts to Know
Here are the top 5 facts you need to know about the 'The Bachelor' Finalist Madison Prewett.
This season of 'The Bachelor' was one of the most exciting seasons in the show's history with a great deal of drama, excitement, and surprises. The two-part finale was the most unexpected of all, with Peter Weber's mom Barbara Weber openly expressing her dislike for the finalist, Madison Prewett, on live television, and apparently getting booed from the Bachelor Nation.
Peter Weber eventually chose Madison Prewett as his love.
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While the mother drew negative responses from the viewers, Madison has now become the focus of the reality show's fans. Besides her part in this season's series, many don't have much information on the 23-year-old star, her personal life, education, and career. Below, we delve deeper into her private life, the essential parts of which are listed in the form of the top 5 facts.
5. Madison Prewett Played Basketball for Lee Scott Academy in High-School
Madison Prewett does not only possess skills to play with Peter's heart, but she also knows how to play on the court. Madison, since her childhood, loved to play basketball. Her primary influence to be involved in the game was her father, Chad Prewett, who is a basketball coach and the director of operations for the Auburn basketball team.
Madison played basketball in high school.
Prewett played basketball for Lee Scott Academy in high school. She won four state basketball championships and even won an MVP for one year during her time in the school. So, it is evident that Peter's got a woman who's not just a committed partner but an exceptional sportsperson too.
4. Madison Competed in the 2014 Miss Alabama Teen USA Pageant
Peter did not choose Madison at random, after all that drama of him changing his mind and cutting off his engagement to his first preference, Hannah Ann Sluss. He wanted to make things work with her despite all the differences because he was deeply attracted to her beauty, charm, and talent. And also she doesn't drink, but that's a big difference between the two.
Madison Prewett competed in the 2014 Miss Alabama Teen USA pageant.
Source: Madison Prewett, Instagram
Madison, with her beauty and brains, helped her not only to win Peter's heart but also during her teenage years to compete in beauty pageants. She participated in the 2014 Miss Alabama Teen USA Pageant, but could not make it to the top 15. Her failure did not halt her aspirations; however, for a much bigger thing ('The Bachelor') was already waiting for her in the way.
3. Madison Is a University Graduate
Madison is one of those few reality stars who went to college. She graduated from Auburn University in 2018 with a degree in Mass Communication and Media Studies. So the star is a well-educated personality, a plus point for Peter, a professional pilot himself.
Madison Prewett graduated from Auburn University in 2018.
Source: Madison Prewett Instagram
Madison's father Chad, also currently serves as the men's basketball coach in the same university. During her time at Auburn, she was a member of Pi Beta Phi sorority. This showcases her active involvement in school activities throughout her college years, a trait that became useful for her to be selected for 'The Bachelor.'
2. Prior to Appearing on 'The Bachelor,' Prewett Worked as a Foster Parent Recruiter
Before Madison came to 'The Bachelor,' she worked for some time as a foster parent recruiter. Prewett's work was to take children, those with special needs, and kids who need temporary homes to the applicants willing to take care of them.
Before Madison came to 'The Bachelor,' she worked for some time as a foster parent recruiter.
Source: Madison Prewett, Instagram
Madison's work in this area exhibits the softer side of her character, her qualities of kindness and willingness to help those in need. She has also revealed her dream to open an orphanage one day.
1. Madison Appeared on the CBS Show 'The Price Is Right,' Where She Won $8,000
In April 2019, Madison first appeared on television in the CBS show 'The Price Is Right.' Still an Auburn University student at the time, she won $8,000 on the game series.
Madison first appeared on television in the CBS show 'The Price Is Right.'
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She played the game 'Put It in the Bag,' where she needed to match grocery items to their exact prices. The highest prize money was $16,000, but she did not want to take a risk beyond her win at $8,000 and took the reward home. She used the money to pay for her college fees. And of course, people lauded her for her choice.
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