|Full name||Savannah Rose Soutas LaBrant|
|Profession(s)||• Social media influencer
• Content creator
|Physical Stats & More|
|Height (approx.)||in centimeters- 173 cm
in meters- 1.73 m
in feet & inches- 5’ 8”
|Weight (approx.)||in kilograms- 60 kg
in pounds- 132 lbs
|Figure Measurements (approx.)||32-28-30|
|Eye Colour||Light Blue|
|Hair Colour||Extra Light Ash Blonde|
|Awards||2011: Annual Streamy Award in the Kids and Family category|
|Date of Birth||2 March 1993 (Tuesday)|
|Age (as of 2023)||30 Years|
|Birthplace||Santa Clarita, California, USA|
|School||South Range High School, Ohio
Note: She said in one of her vlogs once that she was homeschooled for four years. YouTube = The LaBrant Family
|College/University||University of California, USA Facebook - Savannah LaBrant|
|Religion||She is an ardent follower of Jesus Christ and is very vocal about her desire that her children also follow Christianity. YouTube - The LaBrant Fam|
|Tattoo||Half-heart on her ring finger of left hand
|Controversies||• Faking a fire evacuation in 2018
Due to California's biggest wildfires in 2018, which sadly claimed the lives of more than 58 people, Sav and Cole were trolled for staging a fire evacuation. They used a thumbnail when they uploaded a YouTube video with the title WE LEFT OUR HOUSE DUE TO FIRE IN CALIFORNIA, which implied that they had been given the orders to leave their home. This led to accusations of cruelty for downplaying the situation. There was no evacuation of the region, as people in the comment section said. It was discovered after watching the video that the authorities did not asked them to leave their house; their daughter Everleigh's fear of the fire was the only reason they left. The Mercury News
• Uploading a video with a misleading title
Sav and Cole uploaded a YouTube documentary on 28 August 2021. The video titled 'She Got Diagnosed With Cancer' was aimed at people believing that one of their girls, Everleigh or Posie, had been diagnosed with Cancer. Even the thumbnail of the video was a picture of the LaBrant family holding hands in their backyard. The film, which discussed Camilla, a four-year-old girl who was diagnosed with neuroblastoma in 2020, showed that none of their children had received a cancer diagnosis. They talked about their shock upon discovering that more families than they had ever anticipated have children who have cancer. Later, they were criticized for using childhood cancer as a clickbait.
• Slammed for comparing abortion with the Holocaust on YouTube
The LaBrant Family was again caught up in controversy after they posted a YouTube documentary regarding abortions on 9 April 2022. In this video, they compared abortions in US and the Holocaust with each other, which made the viewers upset and furious. Netizens made it quick to criticise the couple on social media. Daily Mail They discussed abortion in the video with activists, experts, and medical professionals. Cole and Savannah, who are well-known for streaming videos of their daily activities with their three children in a family-friendly setting, emphasised that they were "pro-love" rather than "pro-life" or "pro-choice. The video gained over two million views. Savannah talked about her experience as a pregnant 19-year-old teenager in it and said she is grateful that she didn't abort the baby, calling her decision 'worth it.'
"I remember just being so scared. I didn't know what I was going to do. I was actually in college and I was too scared to tell my family."
They posted the link to the YouTube video on several websites, including Instagram, however, the video was removed after users reported to Instagram about it. Later, Savannah's husband took it to his Instagram story and said,
"Instagram did take our feed post down. This is ok, fortunately we have talked with our team at YouTube and they’re keeping the documentary up there, which is most important. They did demonetize and take the video out of the algorithm. Which is all ok, we assumed this would happen. The biggest thing this does is significantly reduce the video’s reach. The more people the video reaches, the more people who can find help. This makes it where you can really only watch the video if you have a link or go directly to our channel."
|Relationships & More|
|Affairs/Boyfriends||• Tommy Smith (deceased in 2022; engineer)
• Cole LaBrant
|Marriage Date||10 July 2017
|Husband/Spouse||Cole LaBrant (actor, content creator)
• Zealand Cole LaBrant (born in 2020)
• Everleigh Rose (born in 2012 out of wedlock from Tommy Smith)
• Posie Rayne LaBrant (born in 2018)
• Sunday Savannah LaBrant (born in 2022)
|Parents||Father- Michael Soutas (deceased)
Mother- Deborah Soutas
|Siblings||Brother- Austin Soutas (entrepreneur)
Sister- Chantelle Paige-Mulligan (elder; singer, content creator, entrepreneur)
|Car Collection||• 2015: Honda Civic
• 2018: Cadillac Escalade (gifted by her husband, Cole LaBrant)
Some Lesser Known Facts About Savannah LaBrant
- Savannah LaBrant is an American content creator, social media influencer, and photographer, who is popularly known for her family vlogs on YouTube and Instagram.
- She first developed an interest in dance when she was two years old. Savannah got her start in modelling in her early years. According to her, being in front of the camera has always come naturally to her because she grew up in this field.
- When she was young, her parents got divorced because Savannah’s father cheated on her mother. People
- Her sister Chantelle Paige was associated with the R&B girl group Flipsyde. She is the founder of the clothing line Senna Case, which sells gender-neutral apparel for both youngsters and adults.
- Savannah Soutas already had a three-year-old daughter Everleigh Rose Soutas when she got married to Cole LaBrant in 2017; Everleigh’s biological father, Tommy Smith, died on 9 September 2022 due to excessive intoxication of acute fentanyl.
- Savannah started her career as a professional photographer after she completed school. She then started her own photography company, Little Red Rose Photography.
- Sav and YouTuber Michelle Foley launched their own clothing company, The Wild Threads, in 2013 and started selling pre-owned children’s clothes.
- In 2016, Savannah made an account under the name Savv.labrant on Musical.ly (which was later renamed TikTok). She frequently shared dancing and lip-syncing videos with her husband and daughter Everleigh. Soon after her videos were going viral, she started gaining a huge amount of followers on Musical.ly.
- In 2016, Savannah was listed as the top muser on Musical.ly and beat the young musers including Jacob Sartorius.
- In 2017, she launched her clothing line ‘SavLaBrant.com.’
- Savannah and her husband, Cole LaBrant, run a YouTube channel titled The LaBrant Fam, which they created under the name Cole&Sav on 24 August 2012. The couple often share their personal life stories on their channel. As of 2023, they have more than 13 million subscribers on YouTube.
- Several social media influencers including JoJo Siwa have been featured on LaBrant’s YouTube channel.
- Savannah spoke about how she informed her family of her pregnancy in one of her YouTube vlogs. Chantelle, her sister, was the first person she told about it. Savannah had put on a few pounds, and her mother started noticing that. Savannah was eating cookies when her mother advised her to cut back on the amount of sugar she was consuming but right after her mother said this, Savannah started crying and yelled,
Do you know why I’m gaining so much weight? It’s because I’m pregnant.”
- In 2018, Savannah and Cole penned a book titled Cole and Sav: Our Surprising Love Story in which they talked about their love story and the lessons they have learned as a family.
- Savannah opened up about her relationship with her daughter Everleigh’s father, Tommy Smith, and said that he had cheated on her many times with multiple women, even when she was pregnant. She further added,
Around my sixth month of pregnancy, I learned Tommy, who had been eager to get married when he found out I was pregnant, was now cheating on me. I dumped him, but we got back together when Everleigh was born. He promised me he’d changed, and I let myself believe him. He hadn’t changed. Within a matter of weeks after Everleigh was born, Tommy left me. Again. It wasn’t the last time. Tommy came back around whenever something big with Everleigh happened, like Christmas or a birthday. A lot of times I asked him to come back because I felt like our daughter needed her dad to be there. He came. He’d swear everything was going to be different this time. “Just give me another chance,” he’d say, and I always caved. I could not live with that, so Tommy and I would split up, again.”
- In an interview, Savannah said that Tommy wanted to marry her when he got to know about their child. She further added,
Tommy, however, seemed oddly excited about it. He even talked about us getting married. My parents never would have gone for that because they were not overly fond of Tommy. Telling my parents I was pregnant with his child was one of the hardest things I’ve ever had to do. My parents were really supportive of me, however, and they loved the idea of becoming grandparents.”
- The LaBrant family owned a dog named Carl Labrant, but it went missing in 2020.
- Cole shared on Instagram in June 2022 that their baby, Zealand, had a seizure only hours before Savannah was due to give birth. Cole gave Zealand CPR until the paramedics arrived when he briefly stopped breathing and became motionless.
- Savannah and her family moved to Tennessee from California in February 2023. Before leaving California, they paid a visit to the wedding venue where they were wed and even spent the night in the same hotel as they had on their wedding night.
- As of 2023, Savannah has more than 30 million fans on TikTok and 7 million followers on Instagram.