Christian Mingle Wants Hannah Brown After Revealing Dating App Woes: 'Only Criteria is Loving Jesus'
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"Anyone with faith for Jesus in their heart is welcome here," read a statement by the online matchmaker.

UPDATE 6:55PM 2/19/2020:

Christian Mingle offered Hannah Brown a free membership to their dating app after she revealed her frustrations with another online matchmaking service.

During an Instagram video posted on Sunday, the "Bachelorette" contestant said she was put on a "waiting list for months" by the exclusive celebrity dating app Raya and that she was ready to move on and try Christian Mingle, joking she "might not be allowed" as a cheeky reference to her controversial season on the reality show where she admitted to having pre-marital sex.

In a statement released on Tuesday by spokesperson Sophie Watson, Christian Mingle said the company would "love to have Hannah on our app!"

"Christian Mingle has reached out to Hannah and offered her a complimentary premium membership," the statement continued. "We don't do waiting lists -- we are accepting of all singles on Christian Mingle. Anyone with faith for Jesus in their heart is welcome here."


Hannah Brown is still on the hunt for true love.

The 25-year-old, whose fairy tale romances didn't make for a happy ending during her stint on "The Bachelorette," admitted she has been trying to throw her hat in the ring on Raya, the exclusive celebrity dating app reserved for A-listers such as Ben Affleck.

"You guys, I don't know if you know this, but I was the 'Bachelorette' and I can't get on Raya," Hannah revealed via her Instagram on Sunday. "I've been on the waiting list for months now."

Raya is a membership-based app popular among celebrities, athletes and influencers for its privacy. New recruits must be referred by an active member and fill out an application.

The "applicants are evaluated by an algorithm, which considers 'overall Instagram influence, who recommended the applicant, and how many active Raya members follow the applicant on Instagram,' as well as a committee's vote," according to The Cut.

Hannah first appeared on "The Bachelor" during Colton Underwood's season, and ended up accepting a proposal from Jed Wyatt during her season of "The Bachelorette." She later broke it off with Wyatt after she found out he had a girlfriend while on the show.

The Alabama native then asked runner-up Tyler Cameron out for drinks, but their romance was short-lived as he ended up dating supermodel Gigi Hadid soon after.

She was recently asked who she would pick to date, marry and disappear from her final three "Bachelorette" contestants during an interview with ET.

"It's so funny -- I guess... Yeah, I guess I'll do it. Sure, why not? Date, marry, disappear with my final three guys," she began. "Date: Tyler. Marry: Peter. Disappear...Jed."

Her marriage pick, Peter Weber, happens to be the current "Bachelor."

Though she made headlines with the drama from the show and even took home the trophy on her season of "Dancing With The Stars," Hannah still can't seem to break into Raya's exclusive society.

"I'm done. Christian Mingle here I come," she joked during her Instagram Story confession, adding, "I might not be allowed on Christian Mingle at this point but Jesus still loves me."

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