Tabitha Brown Is Finally Getting Her Own TV Show (and We Hope There’s More Carrot Bacon)

published Jun 29, 2020
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Tabitha Brown
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If you’ve never watched Tabitha Brown make carrot bacon on TikTok, or tell you “that’s my business” as she shows off her dinner, then you are missing out. Hers is one of the most calming, beautiful, and enchanting food shows on social media, and now, reports VegNews, Tabitha will be debuting her own show on the Ellen Digital Network.

The show is called All Love and it’s scheduled for release later this year. It will feature all the same topics that Tabitha soothingly discusses while flashing her multi-colored nails on her TikTok channel, including the cooking that made her famous, parenting, social media, and of course self-care. Although really, watching her could be considered self-care in and of itself. 

If you aren’t already familiar with Tabitha Brown, you’re in for a treat. Her TikTok videos include everything from why not to be ashamed of your past, how to gussy up ramen, and why to celebrate your cellulite, along with her daughter Choyce trying to imitate her. Everything is delivered with her signature bright smile, peppered with uplifting, encouraging messages. It’s hard to imagine a show more necessary and wanted right now — something confirmed by her nearly four million followers on TikTok and over two million followers on Instagram.

Before her social media success, Tabitha worked as an actress for various television shows and in movies, including Will & Grace and I Am Still Here. And after going viral with a clip about Whole Foods sandwiches, she signed on as an ambassador for the stores. Now, she will have her own television show, where the voice so wonderful that there’s a petition for her to replace Siri will have a more permanent home. In her words, “like so, like that.”