From roses to rumbas! Tyler Cameron is preparing for another venture — and it’s nothing similar to what fans have seen previously.
The Bachelorette alum, 28, will be “partaking in a reality contest moving show,” a source only discloses to Us Weekly, explaining that it won’t be ABC’s Dancing With the Stars.
The model, who contended on season 15 of The Bachelorette, has recently flaunted a portion of his dance moves with ex Hannah Brown during their “isolate team” days in March 2020. He likewise discussed his affection for dance during his introduction video for the hit dating show.
“I’m not your normal project worker,” Cameron uncovered in the 2019 clasp. “I love to move. I was, similar to, two classes from being a dance minor at Wake Forest. … It’s exactly what I love to do.”
The Florida local is no more interesting to unscripted television, however, he as of late opened up about his choice to turn down the opportunity to be the Bachelor in the wake of showing up on the establishment in 2019.
“I made the joke prior to going on the show with my pals that I will get second and become the Bachelor,” Cameron said during a scene of BroBible’s “Unending Hustle” webcast recently. “It occurred. I got second and I got offered it, yet I resembled, ‘Nah, this isn’t my reality.'”
The overall project worker, who was the sprinter up on Brown’s season, considered tolerating the proposal because of his dad’s wellbeing.
“I had some stuff going on at home. My father was somewhat wiped out once more, and that was somewhat pushing me towards doing it, really,” the You Deserve Better creator clarified. “Since I required cash in the event that something happened to him.”
Cameron actually wound up passing subsequent to understanding that his “heart was not in it,” he said. “I needed to perceive what the world has to bring to the table me. I faced a challenge on myself and took my own specific manner. It’s worked out I think.”
However he might not have looked for adoration on unscripted television again, his dating life has been everything except dull. Recently, he started a sentiment with Camila Kendra, however, the pair headed out in different directions after almost seven months.
“Things were working out in a good way up to the point that they were no longer,” a source revealed to Us recently. “Companions were shocked things finished so rapidly.”
The pair, who were first spotted hanging out in New York City in January, unfollowed each other in a matter of seconds before news broke of their split. One month earlier, Cameron spouted about his affections for the model, 23, and indicated making the following stride in their relationship.
“She said ‘I love you,’ and afterward I came later,” he said during an appearance on Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen in July. “It was at a snapshot of unadulterated love, similar to, it came out. You know what I mean?”
At that point, Cameron clarified that while the achievement wasn’t “normal,” it was still “delightful,” adding, “It was at a snapshot of unadulterated love, similar to, it came out. You know what I mean?”
After their split stood out as truly newsworthy, a source revealed to Us that it was Kendra’s choice to cut off the friendship, taking note of that “it was the ideal opportunity for her to pull together on her own exceptionally worthwhile vocation.”
Cameron, as far as it matters for him, has not remarked on the parted straightforwardly, yet shared an enigmatic post that a few fans accepted was about his ex.
“The things individuals say and never really face is very hilarious,” he tweeted on Tuesday, August 17.