Tyler Cameron Eyes Bachelor Role After 5 Invites: 'Never Say Never'

Tyler Cameron opens up about recent romantic endeavors

by Zain ul Abedin
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Tyler Cameron Eyes Bachelor Role After 5 Invites: 'Never Say Never'
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Tyler Cameron, the charming runner-up from Hannah Brown's 2019 season of "The Bachelorette," has consistently captivated Bachelor Nation with his candid personality and heartfelt reactions. At 31, Cameron has intriguingly revealed on Bravo's "Watch What Happens Live" with Andy Cohen that he has been approached nearly five times to take the lead role on "The Bachelor." Despite these offers, he remains ambivalent about stepping into the spotlight as the main suitor.

Cameron's journey through reality TV fame began with his memorable stint on "The Bachelorette," where he was ultimately not chosen by Brown, who instead opted for Jed Wyatt. This decision unfolded dramatically as Brown later ended her engagement with Wyatt upon discovering his previous relationship during his time on the show.

The fallout from this led to an unexpected and public reconnection between Brown and Cameron, culminating in a short-lived reconciliation during the COVID-19 quarantine. In a candid revelation on the "Not Skinny But Not Fat" podcast, Cameron discussed his initial devastation post-"Bachelorette," sharing how he managed his emotions through music and solitude.

Despite the heartbreak, he and Brown briefly rekindled their connection during a sensitive time - shortly after the funeral of Cameron’s mother, who tragically passed away from a brain aneurysm in March 2020.

Cameron's Love Reflections

While Cameron’s romantic endeavors continued to attract public attention, including brief liaisons with high-profile figures like Gigi Hadid and Camila Kendra, his most recent public relationship was with model Paige Lorenze.

The couple split just weeks after going Instagram official in August 2022. On E!'s "Daily Pop," Cameron opened up about the breakup, emphasizing the mutual respect and love still present, yet acknowledging the poor timing for both parties.

Cameron's reflections on his dating experiences came into play when he commented on the recent split between "The Golden Bachelor’s" Gerry Turner and Theresa Nist, humorously noting that their brief three-month marriage made his dating history seem extensive by comparison.

His lighthearted take on the challenges of reality TV romance underscores his relatable and down-to-earth persona, which continues to resonate with fans.

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