Bachelor Nation: Tyler Cameron Wants To Moderate A Debate Between Colton Underwood And Rachel Lindsay
Surprise, surprise, there’s been some drama taking place between Bachelor seasons involving a few of the series’ stars.
It all began when fans realized that former bachelorette Rachel Lindsay and former Bachelor contestant Raven Gates were no longer friends. Both women have been pretty hush-hush about the reasoning behind the end of their friendship, but Lindsay’s made it clear that there’s no hope in salvaging their relationship.
Colton Underwood gets involved in the Rachel Lindsay, Raven Gates feud
In the midst of that, former bachelor Colton Underwood commented on an Us Weekly Instagram post about the Rachel Lindsay, Raven Gates feud: “Shocker. Rachel mad at another person… does she like anyone?”
On a separate Us Weekly Instagram post he commented: “I’m not weighing in on the Rachel/Raven drama. I could care less about that, not my business. What is my business is the countless number of times she’s spoke poorly of me… including that time she ran her mouth about me to Cassie…Funny thing is I have never met her.”
A couple weeks later, Lindsay addressed Underwood’s comments on the YouTube series, Whit & Ry. She spoke about how she was confused at what Underwood had written, but that she’d be happy to have him on her podcast to iron things out.
Underwood agreed (by responding to an US Weekly tweet about Lindsay’s response) on one condition: “ask your producer to leave it raw, unedited and untouched. Looking forward to meeting you & pointing out your hypocrisy over the last year.”
The tweet received a varied response. Some fans think Underwood’s stooping unnecessarily low, while others seem to agree with him. Several members of Bachelor Nation responded to the post, excited at the prospect of more drama. One of those people was Tyler Cameron. He responded with a GIF of Michael Jackson eating popcorn.
Tyler Cameron would happily moderate a debate between Colton Underwood and Rachel Lindsay
In a recent interview with Life & Style, Cameron said that he’d be interested in moderating/judging the Bachelor stars’ chat.
“If they need a judge, I’m there to judge it!” he told the publication, adding that he was “the ACC debate champion in college.”
Even with his newfound bigger-than-The–Bachelorette fame, it seems Cameron isn’t above getting involved in a little Bachelor Nation drama.
“I would judge the feud!” he reiterated.
If Underwood does go on Lindsay’s podcast, another member of Bachelor Nation, Wells Adams, the official bartender of Bachelor In Paradise, has offered to mix some drinks for the occasion. If the four of them can coordinate, it’s sure to be a Bachelor podcast for the ages.