. . . and she can cause as much drama as her friend in Peter’s season.
It wouldn’t be a modern season of The Bachelor without the cast of a former pageant queen. For Matt James, it’s Mari Pepin – Miss Maryland 2019 and Miss USA 2019 finalist. She is friends with Alayah Benavidez, who was known for stirring the pot in Peter Weber’s season, which means she has to shake things up herself. According to Chris Harrison, Mari « did her best to stay away from the drama, » but those efforts may have been in vain. Here’s what else you should know about Mari.
Mari had a long career in the festival world. According to her Pageant Planet profile, she won the Miss Maryland Teen USA title in 2014 and represented the state in this year’s Miss Teen USA competition. She won the Miss Maryland title in 2019 and eventually competed against Alayah and another former Weber season contestant Victoria Paul for Miss USA. Alayah actually referred her to the bachelor’s degree.
Ever since Mari closed the curtain on her pageant days, she has continued her communications degree as a marketing director (she went to Towson University, according to The Washingtonian). In June, she introduced the launch of her own social media management company Innovessa on Instagram. However, currently the company profile is private.
Mari posts selfies and professional portraits of herself on Instagram. TikTok is all about the dance trends.
She moved around the country growing up because of her father’s position in the military. She is fluent in Spanish and has studied French and American Sign Language according to her biography from Pageant Planet. In the interview with Miss Teen USA above, she said one of her goals was to have her own TV show. After graduating from her bachelor’s degree, she took a step closer to that dream.
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