‘The Bachelorette’ Alum Tyler Cameron Reacts to His Time on Hannah Brown’s Season with His First Tell-All Video
Tyler Cameron might not have won Hannah Brown’s heart on The Bachelorette, but he has fans’ hearts. His best friend and roommate, Matt James, is the star of the next season of The Bachelor, so we know we haven’t seen the end of his Reality TV stint. Fans are positive that the producers will bring Cameron back for at least one cameo.
Tyler Cameron admits part of his intro video was completely fake
In his latest YouTube video, Tyler Cameron reacts to his intro video for The Bachelorette with Hannah Brown. He explains to viewers that although he is a general contractor by trade, the video was faked.
“Me measuring wood that has no place of going anywhere,” he explains as he watches the video. “We had no screws there, so we were really taking a drill and screwing into nothing, selling the dream. Wiping off dust like I was doing something.”
He did take the producers to one of his worksites, but he wasn’t genuinely building. The part of the video that was completely real, however, was Cameron’s dance moves.
“I like to act a fool on the dance floor,” he admitted. “I danced in college.”
When the producers found out that Cameron was a dancer, they insisted he replicate some throwback Kevin Bacon dance moves from Footloose.
‘The Bachelorette’ alum Tyler Cameron waited 6.5 hours to get out of the limo
Although night one of the show airs in three hours, production films from dusk until dawn.
“What’s kind of wild is in the first episode, my video came out second,” Cameron explains. “But I was the last person to get picked up in the limo, the last person to go see Hannah.”
The producers told the model to be ready by 5:00 p.m. — Cameron was ready in his Brooks Brothers suit waiting.
“I was feeling good — night one — gotta make my mama proud,” he adds.
Cameron’s hotel window faced the back of the hotel. He could see all of the other guys climbing into the limos to meet Brown. However, when the clock struck 11:30, he thought he was getting eliminated before getting to meet her.
“I was rehearsing the same damn lines for two days,” the alum explains about waiting to go on the show.
Thankfully, he finally got his chance. The contractor stumbled over his lines, but finally got them out. He admits that he didn’t talk to Brown at all the rest of the night.
Cameron teases another tell-all video
When the show aired, Tyler Cameron watched The Bachelorette with his mother, and her first question was, “What were you thinking?”
He explained that the producers encourage the contestants to do certain things and act in a specific way.
“The producers, you want to listen to them and be in good cahoots with them,” Cameron reveals. “I learned to not always go that way, and that’s for a different story.”
Fans are hoping The Bachelorette alum continues the tell-all with the rest of Hannah Brown’s season.