Charity Lawson: Five quick facts you need to know

Charity Lawson


Five quick facts you need to know about Charity Lawson

Charity Lawson, 27, was announced as The Bachelorette’s next star on Tuesday, March 14, on the Women Tell All special.

Charity’s relationship with current lead man Zach Shallcross came to an emotional end after their date in their hometown on Monday, March 13 episode of “The Bachelor.” The Georgia native didn’t receive a rose at the rose ceremony after telling Zach she’d fallen in love with him.

Charity may not have landed on Zach, but her journey to finding love is far from over. According to bloggers reality SteveCharity will begin filming her season of The Bachelorette over the weekend of March 18, meaning fans will have to wait months to see their love story on TV.

So who is Charity Lawson?

Here’s what you need to know:

1. She was nominated for The Bachelor

Charity has her best friend to thank for getting her a spot on The Bachelor.

The ABC star stopped by the Bachelor Nation podcast “Bachelor Happy Hour” on February 14, where she revealed her best friend nominated her for the show.

“She actually nominated me [for “The Bachelor”]’ she told hosts and former Bachelorettes Michelle Young and Becca Kufrin.

She continued: “I recently had [gotten] from a relationship, like two years ago. I find [she]along with many other people in my life, were really glad I wasn’t there anymore [that] relationship, so they seized that moment.”

Charity said she didn’t take her friend seriously until she got a call from a casting producer.

“It was right after my Masters,” she said. “About a week later I had gotten a call, and it was from one of the casting producers … I remember texting her straight away and I was like, ‘Did you? nominate me?’ … She says, ‘Yeah, why shouldn’t I?’”

2. She has a masters degree in clinical mental health counseling

beauty and brains! According to Charity LinkedIn profileshe earned a master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Auburn University in 2022.

She also attended Alabama University for her bachelor’s degree, earning a Bachelor of Science in Science, Rehabilitation and Disability, according to LinkedIn.

The future “Bachelorette” spoke about her career on the February 14 episode from Bachelor Happy Hour and tells the hosts she’s “passionate” about her work.

“I did both my bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Auburn,” she said. “I did my masters in mental health counseling and my internship was actually in trauma, so I worked at one (CAC), which is a child advocacy center.”

“We’re kind of seeing the worst of the worst cases,” she added. “But I was so incredibly passionate about this work.”

3. There was infidelity in her last relationship

On The Bachelor, Charity opened up about her previous relationship, which she described as “emotionally abusive.”

On her personal date with Zach in Estonia, Charity opened up about the heartbreak she experienced in her last relationship.

“I was in an emotionally abusive relationship that had multiple incidents of infidelity,” she told The Bachelor.

“It’s really shameful and unfortunate to think I was ever in that position,” she continued. “It really made me who I am today.”

During her appearance on Bachelor Happy Hour, Charity opened up about her six-year relationship with her ex-boyfriend, who was unfaithful to her.

The 27-year-old described the relationship as “unhealthy”.

In her ABC BioCharity said she hopes her future partner will be “honest, loyal and share similar morals.”

4. Charity has two siblings

On Monday, March 13 episode of “The Bachelor,” fans got a chance to see Zach meet Charity’s family. The Auburn graduate has two older siblings — a sister named Amiyaka and a brother named Nehemiah.

Subsequently, Nehemiah proved to be a protective older brother, pulling Charity aside to remind her that Zach was still dating two other women.

Accordingly Nehemiah’s LinkedIn profilehe is a board-certified pediatric dentist based in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Charity’s sister, Amiyaka, currently resides in Columbus, Georgia. She studied at Columbus State University, according to their Facebook page.

5. She has the support of Zach and her co-stars

The Bachelor season 27 cast is pretty much in agreement that Charity will be the next major in the franchise.

After taping Women Tell All, contestant Katherine Izzo had kind words about ABC’s Bachelorette pick.

“She’ll bring so much,” she said, Parade reported. “She’s very in tune with her emotions and can talk about them and have fun too.”

Contestant Brooklyn Willie echoed similar sentiments, telling Parade: “Charity knows what she wants. She deserves everything and more. You and I are still very close. I mean, we talk every day.”

Zach also gave Charity his seal of approval and shared it Us weekly in March 2023 that his ex would “smash” as “The Bachelorette.”

“She knows what she wants. She’s so confident, she’s so sweet and she has a big heart,” he told the outlet.

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