Tyler Cameron Says New Bachelor Matt James Would Be 'a Very Lucky Man' If He 'Could Find a Lady Like His Mom'
Between working out, posting TikTok videos and starting a YouTube channel, Tyler Cameron is staying busy during quarantine.
The only thing missing: "I was desperately in need of a phone service," the former Bachelorette contestant, 27, tells PEOPLE. "I'm always asking my friends, 'Do you have service or is it just me?' They're tired of me using their phones to make phone calls."
Cameron partnered with Verizon, which launched a matchmaker quiz to pair customers with the right 5G Mix & Match Unlimited plan for them, and started using the brand's Play More Unlimited Plan that includes subscriptions to Hulu, Disney+, ESPN+ and Apple Music.
When viewers first met Cameron on The Bachelorette last year, he opened up about almost becoming a dance minor at Wake Forest University. So would he follow Brown's lead and compete on Dancing with the Stars if given the opportunity?
"I would love to," the general contractor says. "If that phone ever rang and they wanted to have me on, I'd love to do it. It would be fun. The nickname I gave myself for my dancing skills was 'T.C. Toetap,' so I'm ready to bring that nickname back."
For now, Cameron wants to keep growing his YouTube channel and launch a charity in memory of his late mother.
"It's going to be kind of like an endowment fund where we raise money and we help pay for first-generation students to go to college," he explains. "The other half of it is that I want to do projects to help single moms get back on their feet. Because my mom raised me and my brothers from ninth grade pretty much as a single parent. It would be great to help put new appliances in someone's house, to paint the house, fix the landscaping, just do things that are quick and easy that make such a big difference."
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