Whitney Duncan is an American country music artist and reality TV contestant. She finished as the fifth place finalist on the fifth season of Nashville Star. She has released one studio album and has charted on the U.S. country singles charts with “When I Said I Would” and “Skinny Dippin’,” as well as a Christmas single and guest appearance on a Kenny Rogers single which was released before her Nashville Star appearance. In the fall of 2011, Duncan competed on the 23rd season of Survivor, Survivor: South Pacific, where she ultimately finished in 9th place, becoming the fourth member of the jury. In the fall of 2014, Duncan and her then-fiance, fellow Survivor: South Pacific castaway Keith Tollefson, competed together on the 25th season of The Amazing Race, where they placed 8th.
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|Real Name:||Whitney Renee Duncan|
|Date Of Birth:||August 3, 1984|
|Age (as of 2023):||39 years old|
|Birth Place:||Scotts Hill, Tennessee|
|Born In:||Millennials Generation|
Whitney Duncan was born in 1980s.
Her passion for singing began at fairs and festivals. She signed with a label when she was in high school. The education details are not available at this time. Please check back soon for updates. You can also learn about Whitney Duncan’s dating history at CelebsCouples.
At the age of 39, Whitney Duncan’s height is 5 feet 7 inches (170 cm cm) or approximately 1.70 m meters or 67 inches inches.
|Height:||5 ft, 7 in|
|Height (meters):||1.70 m m|
|Height (centimeters):||170 cm cm|
|Height (inches):||67 inches in|
According to CDC, the average American height for men is 5′ 9″ inches (175 cm or 69 inches) and 5′ 4″ inches (162 cm or 64 inches) for women.
Fact: People lose a total of 1-3 inches (2.5 to 7.5 cm) in height as they age, and women generally losing more than men. Height loss is more rapid after age 70.
|Weight (pounds):||Under review lbs|
|Weight (kilograms):||Under review kg|
|Weight (stone):||Under review stone|
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