Tyler Cаmeron Reveаlѕ ABC Hаѕ Aѕked Hіm To Be ‘The Bаchelor’ “Fіve Tіmeѕ” On ‘WWHL’

The Bachelorette made Tyler Cameron a household name back when he was runner-up on Hannah Brown‘s season in 2019 — and, according to him, ABC has been trying to bring him back to the beloved franchise ever since.

Cameron and Summer House star Ciara Miller stopped by the Bravo Clubhouse for Thursday night’s (April 18) episode of Watch What Happens Live, where host Andy Cohen read a fan-submitted question for the hunky reality star.

“Be honest, roughly how many times has ABC asked you to be the Bachelor?” he asked, to which Cameron confessed, “Probably like four times — four or five times.”

While Cameron hasn’t accepted the offer just yet, he teased that he could potentially rejoin Bachelor Nation in the future.

“I’ll never say never,” he said of whether he’d ever appear on The Bachelor. “My theory in life is like tell the greatest story you can tell. And maybe one day down the road it could be a cool story, but not right now.”

Since his time as a contestant on The Bachelorette Season 15, Cameron has had his fair share of rumored romances from Gigi Hadid to Kristin Cavallari. He also dated model Camila Kendra back in 2021 — however, their relationship ended almost immediately after he professed his love for her on an episode of Watch What Happens Live.

Cohen asked Cameron during Thursday night’s broadcast if he was taken, to which he shyly admitted that he was “dating.”


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“Last time I confessed my love on this show, I got dumped the next day,” he reminded Cohen. “So I’m afraid to say anything on this show anymore about love.”

The talk show host then subtly tried to set Cameron up with Miller, whose current relationship status with her fan-favorite Summer House co-star West Wilson is unknown.

“Are you a matchmaker?” Miller asked Cohen, while Cameron added, “You’re always trying to set me up on here.”

Watch What Happens Live airs Sunday through Thursdays at 10 p.m. ET on Bravo. New episodes are available to stream the next day on Peacock.

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