Despite the fact that Brittney Guzman only appeared on Little Women: LA for one season, she left quite the lasting impression on fans. However, in the years following her 2015 departure from the hit reality series, the former TLC starlet has remained mostly off the radar. Which begs the question: What has Brittney been up to?!
For starters, the 25-year-old describes herself as an "actor, model, and dancer" on Instagram. Pretty impressive, right? So, let’s break down each. Since her role on Little Women, Brittney hasn’t completely abandoned TV. In fact, she appeared on Season 8 of RuPaul’s Drag Race during a special Little Women: LA episode. The theme was The Wizard of Oz and it was magical. She absolutely killed it in an all-green ensemble — wig and makeup included!
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As far as modeling is concerned, she’s definitely been active in that area. Her social media is full of gorgeous glamour shots showcasing her fashion sense and curves. Oh, and her hairstyles never fail to amaze. She’s rocked everything from long yellow braids to pink bantu knots.
When it comes to Brittney's dance moves, she never holds anything back. As a matter of fact, she posted a video to Instagram on July 10, that has since gone viral. In the clip, you can see the multi-talented gal groovin' to Drake's "In My Feelings." Basically, she nails it.
As for what the future holds? Brittney has recently gotten into the business of merchandise! She has her own collection on Big Cartel complete with hats, beanies, sunglasses, and more.
Beyond that, it's safe to say that fans won’t see Brittney on Little Women: LA again. "While there were lots of great things that came with being on the show, there were also some bad and I felt it was no longer a fit for me," Brittney explained in an official statement. Here’s hoping she continues to pursue all of her passions.
Be sure to tune in to Little Women: LA, airing Wednesdays at 9 p.m. on Lifetime.