Single but definitely looking. Tyler Cameron shared how he interacts with women online, revealing that dating apps are not his style.
“I’ll send some DMs,” he said. “That’s where I live.”
Port’s husband, Tim Rosenman, asked the reality TV star if he scrolls through his account and “can choose whoever you want in the whole world and you’re, like, ‘I’m gonna DM her?’” to which Cameron replied, “Yeah!”
“I shoot my shot,” Cameron said. “A lot of shots don’t get made, but my dad always told me, ‘You miss 100 percent of the shots you don’t take,’ so I’m gonna shoot. Some of them don’t hit, some do, and it is what it is.”
The Bachelor Nation personality noted that online romances are the only real way someone can meet a possible love interest amid the coronavirus pandemic.
“That’s kind of how you can date right now,” he said. “You can’t go out and meet nobody, so it’s kind of like, you know, it’s a Wednesday at 6 p.m. and I see someone [and say], ‘Oh, she’s pretty,’ and I’ll send her a message.”
“I tried it. I’m gonna try something else,” he said at the time. “Hopefully I can figure that part of my life out soon and find somebody, but you know, whatever happens, happens.”
“We’re in a great place right now with each other and it’s great to be able to hang out, you know, grab dinner, it’s fun,” he said, explaining that the pair had to “learn how to be friends” after their romance. “Hannah’s an amazing person and it’s good to be in a better place than we’ve been.”
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