SNOWBIRD Brown of Discovery's Alaskan Bush People has not had any dental work done since the show began.
Fans of the show have expressed their distaste for Snowbird's less-than-perfect smile, but the reality star is seemingly in no rush to fix her teeth.
Here's more on Snowbird.
Who is Snowbird Brown?
Amora Jean “Snowbird” or “Bird” Brown is the oldest daughter in the Brown family on Discovery's Alaskan Bush People.
She was named Amora after her mother, Ami Brown.
Snowbird is a fiercely independent member of the Brown brood and is seen hunting and fishing on her own on the show.
Unlike her brothers and sisters, Snowbird is much more private and prefers to stay out of the spotlight. She does not have Instagram, and last posted on her public Facebook page in 2015.
She has expressed that she's an avid animal lover and often prefers animals to people.
Snowbird recently disgusted Facebook users after a clip aired of the Alaska native feeding a dead rat covered in gravy to her cats.
What is Alaskan Bush People about?
Alaskan Bush People is an American scripted, docudrama-style reality television series that follows the Brown family in a fictionalized attempt to survive in the wilderness, detached from modern society.
The series premiered on the Discovery Channel on May 6, 2014.
Although purportedly a genuine reality TV show, it has been criticized for being scripted and potentially fake.
The show's 13th season premieres on Sunday, September 19 on Discovery and discovery+.
Did Snowbird get her teeth fixed?
Fans of Alaskan Bush People have a peculiar fascination with Snowbird's teeth, which she hasn't fixed since the show debuted.
The 24-year-old reality star's front teeth are slightly crooked, much to the dismay of some internet users who have taken to social media to express their concerns and comments.
“When is she going to do something with her teeth with all the money she makes and new tech. All Her siblings have nice teeth Gabe is fixing His,” one YouTube user wrote.
"I love Alaskan Bush People, but can't they get Bird's teeth fixed? Poor girl shouldn't have to live with that snaggle tooth. #Discovery" another wrote on Twitter.
“I know the Alaskan Bush People is making MONEY. With that being said… why is Bird’s teeth dancin’ in her mouth” one Twitter user agreed.
What happened to the Brown family home?
A recent episode of the series shows how the family started a "massive fire" in order to build their Washington home, as the ground was frozen.
The Brown's $1.6million real estate empire was lost in a wildfire.
The family listed their famous Hoonah, Alaska home for sale on Zillow last fall for $795,000.
Listed by Alaskan Realty, the home is described as "a large waterfront parcel in the Panhandle of Alaska."
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