She's making her musical debut! It seems like this Canadian Bachelorette alum can do it all. Kaitlyn Bristowe's first-ever song "If I'm Being Honest" just dropped and it's the perfect country bop for a night of wine and dancing.

The incredibly successful 34-year-old has her own scrunchie line, wine company, podcast, and she can now add singing and songwriting to her long resume. 

Last month, Bristowe teased that new music would be coming sometime soon when she announced her new web series.

Just two weeks later, the Leduc-born star dropped a song that fans have been excitedly anticipating. 

In an Instagram post featuring a short snippet of the song, Bristowe wrote, "If I’m being honest, I didn’t think I would ever release this song. I was too afraid, insecure, and kept doing the classic 'what if.' I don’t know who needs to hear this but f*ck the what if’s."

She continued, "This uncertain time has shed light on how important time is. So while this song has been collecting dust for over a year, I’ve finally decided to share it with you. Singing has always been something that makes my heart happy. So if I’m being honest, I'm still feeling insecure, yet PROUD to share this with you now."

In the chorus, Bristowe sings, "And if I'm being honest/ I'm not always as tough as I seem/ And I can have my moments/ But words can get the best of me/ And the words that I say to myself/ Are the ones that hit the hardest/ If I'm being honest." 

The single can be found on platforms like Spotify and iTunes.

Shortly after its release, the song made it to number two on the U.S. iTunes chart and number one in Canada.

Bristowe shouted out to her home country with a series of emojis.

The former Bachelor contestant took to Instagram stories to share how "beyond overwhelmed" she is with the support immediately following the song's release.

"I was so nervous to put out a song and a big reason is because we all compare ourselves. And I'm sitting here being like 'well, I'm not Carrie Underwood so why would I release music?' And that so goes against everything I believe in, and it's about doing things that make you happy and singing makes me happy."

Thanking everyone who has downloaded or shared the single and sent words of support, Bristowe ended her five-part story by saying, "I am so appreciative and I'm just really soaking it all up right now. Just feeling so happy."

Bristowe's first single comes shortly after the premiere of her web series, 9 to Wine. 

The first episode featured her opening up about her difficult life before being on The Bachelor. 

However, since then, the dog mom of two has become a successful entrepreneur with her Dew Edit line of scrunchies, Spade and Sparrows line of wine, and Off the Vine weekly podcast. 

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