Farmer Wants A Wife: What To Know About Host Jennifer Nettles – Screen Rant

Farmer Wants A Wife: What To Know About Host Jennifer Nettles – Screen Rant

Farmer Wants A Wife is being rebooted by FOX, and country music superstar and actress Jennifer Nettles will take the reins as the series’ host.
Farmer Wants A Wife premieres in March, and it's time to share information about the country music superstar and actress, Jennifer Nettles, who will host the show. FOX is rebooting the reality dating competition series, which originally aired in the United States on The CW in 2008. The series is based on a British format, in which farmers meet and date women from the city. Each farmer must then choose one of the women to be his wife.
The CW network's version of Farmer Wants A Wife featured one bachelor farmer, Matt Neustadt, who dated ten women from various cities. He found love with Brooke Ward, a marketing representative from Atlanta, Texas, but the couple has since broken up. Although Matt and Brooke did not work out, the international versions of the show have been very successful. The series has played in 32 countries, and resulted in 180 marriages. As fans prepare to head to the farm by watching the reboot, they are excited to get to know more about its host, Jennifer.
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Jennifer will serve as the host of Farmer Wants A Wife, one of the newest The Bachelorette-style reality dating shows. According to Deadline, Allison Wallach (the President of Unscripted Programming at FOX Entertainment) said, "Bringing the world’s most popular dating show to FOX requires a superstar host to match. And we found the perfect pairing in Jennifer, a multi-talented entertainer who’s a little country, a little big city, and huge on heart and humor, making her the perfect choice for wrangling romance in the heartland."
Jennifer is part of the duo Sugarland, alongside Kristian Bush. In 2009, they won two Grammy Awards for their hit song, "Stay," including Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals, and Best Country Song. They have also won Academy of Country Music and Country Music Association Awards, and are known for their smash hit songs, "Baby Girl" and, "Stuck Like Glue." In 2013, the BiP-style reality dating show's host released her first solo album, That Girl, which included the hit single of the same name. In 2007, Jennifer won a Best Country Vocal Collaboration Grammy with Bon Jovi, for, "Who Says You Can't Go Home."
Jennifer made her television acting debut in 2015, in the movie, Dolly Parton's Coat of Many Colors, in which she portrayed Dolly's mother. She played the role again in 2016, in Dolly Parton's Christmas of Many Colors: Circle of Love. Nettles has also appeared in Underground, The Righteous Gemstones, and the feature film, Harriet. She made her Broadway debut in 2015, starring as Roxie Hart in Chicago, and in 2021, she played the lead role of Jenna in the Broadway production of Waitress.
In 2012, she appeared as a mentor on the reality singing competition show Duets, alongside Kelly Clarkson, John Legend, and Robin Thicke. They were mentors who searched for singers to duet with them, as they performed in front of a live studio audience. In 2018, Jennifer was a mentor on an episode of the Canadian reality music competition, The Launch. Beginning in 2021, she was a judge on two seasons of TBS' Go-Big Show, an exciting competition series that features monster trucks, horse riding, and large stage acts. Jennifer also hosted CMA Country Christmas from 2010-2016.
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Forty-eight-year-old Jennifer was born and raised in Douglas, Georgia, which is a small town. The future reality TV dating host studied Spanish and anthropology at Agnes Scott College in Decatur, Georgia, from which she graduated in 1997. She married Todd Van Sickle in 1998, but they got divorced in 2007. On November 26, 2011, Jennifer married Justin Miller, an entrepreneur and former model. She gave birth to their son Magnus Hamilton on December 6, 2012.
In her Instagram bio, Jennifer wrote, "I like to make things and tell stories. I like shiny things. Most especially people." Although most of her posts are about her work on television, such as Go-Big Show and The Righteous Gemstones (and her concert dates), she did share a very personal post about the passing of her father, Beamon Nettles. She wrote, "I’m often private about certain sacred pieces of my life and I share them as, and if, I am ready." In addition to her posts about her career, the Love Island-esque reality dating series star has shared recipes for the various pies featured in the Broadway show Waitress, from when she starred in the lead role as Jenna.
Jennifer is the ideal choice to host Farmer Wants A Wife. She is from a small town, but also has moved to the big city, so she understands both worlds. Jennifer is known for her bubbly personality and kind-hearted demeanor. Her talent as an actress will help her to make the show entertaining for the audience. Perhaps she will even sing a love song or two while the farmers search for their wives. Jennifer will be the perfect person to offer guidance as the contestants look for love on Farmer Wants A Wife.
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Farmer Wants A Wife premieres Wednesday, March 8 at 9 p.m. ET on FOX.
Sources: Deadline, Jennifer Nettles/Instagram, Jennifer Nettles/Instagram
Lorianne Palinkas is a reality television writer for Screen Rant. After teaching middle school English for twenty years, she knows a thing or two about high drama, complicated alliances, and even singing competitions. Growing up in New York City gave her a solid foundation in the arts and culture. From the early days of reality TV with MTV’s The Real World all the way to the most current seasons of The Bachelor franchise shows, Big Brother, Dancing with the Stars, and The Masked Singer, Lorianne has watched it all. She voted for Kelly Clarkson to win the first season of American Idol, witnessed Trista Rehn choose Ryan Sutter on the first season of The Bachelorette, and watched Kelly Monaco take home the first ever Dancing with the Stars Mirrorball Trophy. She has been completely obsessed with reality television ever since. Lorianne is always on the lookout for the next big thing in reality TV.

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