TIA Booth is part of The Bachelor franchise.
A former contestant on season 22 of The Bachelor, Tia Booth made her return to the franchise as a member of season 5 of Bachelor in Paradise back in 2018 and also season 7 in 2021.
Who is Tia Booth from The Bachelor franchise?
Tia currently works as a physical therapist and is a native of Weiner, Arkansas.
She graduated with her degree from Arkansas State University.
Tia got her start in The Bachelor franchise on season 22 with Arie Luyendyk Jr. but was eliminated after week eight.
According to her Instagram bio, she currently resides in Nashville, Tennessee.
“I love Jesus, but I cuss a little,” her bio states.
Tia is rumored to make her return to Bachelor in Paradise on the upcoming season 7 set to air August 16, 2021.
How old is Tia Booth?
Born August 11, 1991, Tia is currently 29-years-old.
Tia joined the bachelor franchise when she was 26.
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She also has a brother, Jason, who appeared on the the show when she took Arie home to meet her family.
Jason confronted Arie in their home and asked about his reputation, he even went as far as calling Arie a Playboy.
However, Jason’s intimidation did not last long because as soon as Arie said he could see himself with Tia for the rest of his life, and that he may be in love, Jason backed down.
What happened to Tia Booth’s father?
On April 12, 2021, Tia announced that her father, Kenny, had been diagnosed with Stage 4 colon cancer back in March.
“Although not curable, we are all thankful it’s treatable with Chemo,” Tia shared with fans.
“Dad said it was boring, but he had a tv, ice water& a recliner so he had it made, if you wonder why I handle stress with humor, there it is.”
“Hoping for minimal side effects and that he’ll handle treatment like a champ-so far so good!” she continued.
On June 10, Tia updated her fans on her father’s condition in honor of Father’s Day and revealed that his cancer was “shrinking in multiple places.”
“I hate that this God awful diagnosis is what made me realize how precious time is, but I’ll never take a text, conversation, or moment for granted again,” she said.
“Happy Father’s Day to you, Papa Bear!! Looking forward to the next 50 of em! I love you to the moon!”