What’s Changed The Most In Tyler C.’s Life Since Being On ‘The Bachelorette’
Tyler Cameron was a fan favorite on Hannah Brown’s season of The Bachelorette. He might not have won Brown’s final rose, but when her engagement to Jed Wyatt ended, she did ask him out for a drink on national TV.
However, shortly after the two met up for that drink, Cameron was photographed out with Gigi Hadid and the two have been seemingly dating ever since.
Life’s a little different for Tyler C. since being on ‘The Bachelorette’
It’s safe to say that Cameron’s life has changed a great deal since he was on one of the most popular reality shows in America. His Instagram followers are up to 2.1 million, his modeling career’s really taking off, and he’s dating an aforementioned supermodel.
In a recent interview with the Bachelor Party podcast, Cameron spoke about how his life “has changed completely.”
“A lot more opportunities are coming. I’m excited there’s a lot of things that are in the makings right now that I’m really excited about. As much as I love Jupiter and I love construction […] but prior to the show I was going to move to New York City to go for my modeling career,” he said.
For Cameron, diving into the world of modeling was always the plan once he was done with the show.
“I was gonna move up here, whatever happened with the show. Because houses are always gonna be built, renovated, there’s always gonna be opportunities there. But there’s a shelf life to modeling and these opportunites so I’m trying to run with it and see what it has to offer,” he said.
Cameron does say he’s still getting used to paparazzi, though. He says he only realizes he’s being photographed about 50% of the time.
“It’s been a learning experience. It’s weird. It’s a weird world that I never expected. I just saw that they were taking pictures at my basketball game,” he said, noting that his team won.
Tyler C. doesn’t plan on sharing any less on social media now that he’s famous
When asked if his newfound fame has caused him to be more careful about sharing his whereabouts on social media, Cameron said that he “could care less.”
“I’m haven’ fun with that. I could care less. All my fans, people who have come out and seen me, have been super nice, super sweet, so If I can take a picture with you I would love to. Everyone’s been super cool so I have no reason to hide or anything like that. But it’s definitely been a little different,” he said.
In fact, Cameron makes a point to chat with fans when he can.
“When I was a little kid going to spring training baseball games, there was this Montreal Expos player named Brad Fullmer. He was my biggest superhero because after an inning he would flip me a baseball. That little moment in time, when he made that gesture, meant the world to me. So I try to reciprocate that with other people, even if it’s taking a picture or chatting with them for a couple minutes,” he told Glamour.