DeAnna Pappas Biography, Age, Baby, Husband, Bachelorette, Instagram

Deanna Pappas Biography

DeAnna Pappas (full name: DeAnna Marie Stagliano) is an American TV personality best known for her participation in season 11 of the ABC reality television show The Bachelor, and season 4 of The Bachelorette.

In both her junior and seniors years at school, Pappas was vice-president of her class. She then attended Georgia Military College and receiving a degree in General Studies. She then attended the Gaddy’s School, where she earned her real estate license. Pappas practiced real estate at Keller Williams Realty Connections in Newnan, Georgia.

Deanna Pappas Age

DeAnna Marie Pappas was born on November 20, 1981 in Marietta, Georgia, USA. She is 37 years old as of 2018.

Deanna Pappas Family

Pappas was born as the middle child of three children. She has a brother, Thomas and a sister, Chrissy. With her mother and siblings, Pappas moved to Kentucky shortly thereafter she was born. She lost her mother to cancer when she was twelve years old. After her mother’s death, Pappas moved with her siblings to Newnan, Georgia, to live with her father.

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Who Did Deanna Pappas Marry? Pappas became engaged to Stephen Stagliano in August 2010. Stephen’s brother Michael Stagliano, was on season five of The Bachelorette. The couple got married on October 22, 2011 in Georgia.

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Deanna Pappas Baby

Pappas gave birth to their first child, a daughter, Addison Marie on February 6, 2014. They welcomed their second child, a son, Austin Michael on March 1, 2016.

Deanna Pappas Bachelorette

Pappas decided to audition for The Bachelor (2002), a reality television dating-game show on ABC Television in 2007. DeAnna made it to the final rose ceremony, where bachelor, Brad Womack, famously rejected both girls. Womack was chastised by Ellen DeGeneres, who later retracted her statement. Pappas’ heartbreak was evident on the follow-up, “After the Final Rose” show. ABC Television tapped Pappas to star in The Bachelorette (2003) after recognizing her popularity. This time, DeAnna would be in control of her dating destiny. Ellen DeGeneres broke the news to her while she was a guest on Ellen’s daytime talk show, Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show (2003).

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In the 2008 season of Bachelorette, She finally rejected single dad Jason Mesnick aacepting the marriage proposal of professional snowboarder Jesse Csincsak. Pappas’ and Jesse’s relationship lasted a few months before the engagement was called off. Jason Mesnick went on to become “The Bachelor”, in 2009 where he originally dramatically dumped but later made up with runner-up, Molly Malaney.

She won Fox Reality Channel’s “Golden Realtini”,given to the most memorable reality performer of the year in October 2008.

She became the co-host of Get Married on Lifetime TV, reporting on wedding planning during her engagement in 2009. She was on the “Big Fat Greek Bachelorette Party” episode of the Oxygen cable-channel show Bachelorette Party in late 2011.

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Deanna Pappas Interview

Updated: 03/29/2011

Interviewer: What made you decide to try out for The Bachelor?

Deanna Pappas: My story is actually totally different. I did not want to go on The Bachelor. I had never seen the show before. I had some friends who were huge fans. I had just recently been single, just about 3 months. My friend called me one day and said they were doing auditions in Atlanta. I was like, “No way, I’m not into reality shows.” She thought I was perfect and offered me food afterwards so I was like, “Sure!” I never had any intentions of doing the show. I didn’t think in a million years that they would pick me. I lived in small town and was just a normal girl who worked a normal job and lived in a normal house. I didn’t think they’d ever choose me. When I went to the audition, I was just my normal, goofy self. My sister is really the one who pushed me to go.

Interviewer: Being on The Bachelor or The Bachelorette has its good points but there’s a negative side to it too, with the tabloids. How did you handle both aspects?
Deanna Pappas: For me, the show was taking a bit of a dive and then Brad did that finale where he didn’t choose anyone. When I became the Bachelorette, my season rated high. Before that, the show started to take a dive. The tabloids didn’t cover it as much. There was not that stuff going on in my life. I had no ex-boyfriends that were going to come out and say things about me. I feel bad for people like Jillian and Brad and Ali who have had to deal with things like this. I had a wonderful experience. I had this awful breakup with Jesse and I chose to keep my business out of the tabloids. I chose a different path that he did. I’m not gonna bash anyone publicly. It’s nobody’s business but mine and his. I feel bad for what everyone is going through, especially Brad. I know he adores Emily. It sucks.

Interviewer: Speaking of, I know that you watched this season. What was it like to watch Brad’s second go around as The Bachelor?
Deanna Pappas: It was tons of fun. I gave Brad a little shake of my finger a couple of times when he would say certain things. Brad’s a great guy, though. It was a lot of fun watching. It was fun having some insight and seeing a difference in Brad. He opened himself up and really embraced love, especially with Emily. In my season, he wasn’t like that. I think he genuinely cared for me but he didn’t tell me that he loved me. I think he led me on a bit but I think he got caught up in the process of the show.

Interviewer: What are you up to these days?
Deanna Pappas: I am just working and planning a wedding! I got engaged last May and we’re getting married October 22nd. We’re in full on wedding planning. I’ve been blogging with Weddzilla every week, telling them about my process. I think because of The Bachelor and The Bachelortte, people wanna see my fairy tale ending. I think people really wanna know. There are diehard supporters of the show and they wanna see happy endings. I also blog with Alfred Angelo, who is the designer of my wedding gown. I’m going on auditions. I also have an online show, Rose Recap, and we’ll continue that every season. That is tons of fun.

Interviewer: So it’s safe to say that we won’t be seeing you on Bachelor Pad…
Deanna Pappas: I definitely will not be on Bachelor Pad EVER! I sure will have tons of fun watching my friends and rooting them on.

Interviewer: What can fans expect with you at Reality Rocks next month?
Deanna Pappas: What can’t they expect? I hope they know they’re meeting a normal person. I heard about Reality Rocks through the lady who is my hosting coach. She’s the one who thought of me for it. I hope fans come and they’re going to meet a totally normal person. I was normal before and I’m still totally normal. I’m looking forward to it!

Adopted from: realitywanted.com