‘Alaskan Bush People’ Fans Wonder if Rain Brown Will Appear in Ree Drummond’s Christmas Movie

by Amy Myers
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This season of Alaskan Bush People has come to a close, but it might not be the last time we see star Rain Brown on screens this year. In fact, there’s a possibility that the 18-year-old reality star teamed up with Food Network sensation Ree Drummond for a Christmas special.

Fans of the Pioneer Woman have known for a while that Drummond is starring in the cutesy holiday movie, Candy Coated Christmas. In it, she portrays the baker known as Bee Tylar Essary who whips up more than just delicious desserts. She also helps her new friend, Molly Gallant, find love in Peppermint Hollow.

Yesterday, Bear Brown shared an official photo of Candy Coated Christmas in which Ree Drummond stands behind her bakery’s counter while her new friend chats up a dashing local at a table. Usually, the “King of Extreme” doesn’t pay much attention to things like romcoms or anything that isn’t comics or outdoor activities. Still, he encouraged his fans to check out the special on his private account.

“Be sure to check out the Discovery+ new movie Candy Coated Christmas!!! Streaming now!”

Of course, there is the possibility that Discovery+, the same network that broadcasts Alaskan Bush People, offered him some compensation to share the photo. But some fans had another idea in mind.

“Rain appears in the movie,” one fan surmised.

“I haven’t seen this Christmas movie yet — for real??? Rain appears in this movie??? That’s wonderful! I will watch it this weekend!” another Alaskan Bush People viewer shared.

‘Alaskan Bush People’ Star Shows Off New Blond Locks

From the looks of the trailer, if Alaskan Bush People star Rain Brown is a part of the film, she doesn’t play a main role. Rather, she might be an extra that pops up in the bakery or perhaps says a line or two.

This doesn’t seem like something Rain Brown would be interested in, considering her recent activities on and off the show. However, fans began to speculate that the Alaskan Bush People star would make an appearance after her brother posted the oddly specific promotion of the holiday film on Instagram.

Another occurrence that has raised questions is the fact that Rain has recently changed her hair. Instead of her natural brown locks, the star now has bright blond hair. Rain recently showed off her new ‘do in a video that she posted on Instagram in which she promoted the finale of Alaskan Bush People.

Check it out below.

Along with the blond locks, Rain has also opted for an intricate manicure, much different than her usual ranch attire. Of course, this could just be a change in style, but it may also point to a recent performance on screen that she needed to look her best for.

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