Tyler Cameron: Here’s How I Hid My Boners from the Bachelor Nation!

It’s old news that Tyler Cameron will not be the Bachelor, but he’s still near and dear to the hearts of many in the Bachelor Nation.

And let’s face it, folks: Gigi Hadid and Hannah Brown are not the only ones who think that he’s hot af. And he was very into Hannah.

Tyler is now opening up frankly about how hid his very visible excitement from ABC’s cameras after his steamy makeouts with Hannah.

A quick note: generations ago, the word “boner” meant a simple blunder. But we’re talking about erections, so read at your own risk.

Tyler Cameron was a guest on The Ringer’s Bachelor Party podcast to reflect upon his time on The Bachelorette.

Specifically, the unnecessarily handsome model discussed how to keep things ABC-appropriate while getting hot and heavy.

Tyler joked that his “pants were so tight they just held everything down,” which as we all know, is not enough to effectively hide a penis.

But he reveals that he had a very close call during week five.

See, Hannah and her suitors traveled to Scotland.

It was only natural that the men try on kilts to put themselves on display for Hannah’s amusement.

But while kilts were designed specifically so that wearers could conceal more knives on their person, they’re less effective at masking an erection.

Tyler notes that things got “pretty heavy” when he and Hannah were “hooking up” inside a nearby castle.

(Gosh, she likes old-timey architecture, huh?)

“I was able to keep everything under control there,” Tyler affirms. “I was proud of myself.”

Tyler also notes a time when he was in Latvia and wearing “tight, tight, way-too-small pants.”

He had a very hot and heavy makeout session with Hannah, which had the obvious and invountary anatomical result.

“I was like, ‘Well, now I have a boner and all of America is going to see it,'” he recounts.

“She’s like, ‘Do I need to go in front of you?'” Tyler narrates. “And I was like ‘No, I’m just going to show it off.'”

As you can imagine, that particular display did not make it to air. 

But we’re sure that at least some of the editors appreciated Tyler’s show-and-tell.

There were other times when Tyler was much, much more conscious of who might be watching him.

Tyler also made out with Hannah in Greece, which was very much on camera.

“My dad was watching that, and my mom was watching that,” Tyler reflects.

He explains his discomfort: “I’d never kissed a girl in front of my dad.”

Folks, some performers dance naked in front of their parents. Some actors have sex scenes in front of their parents.

It’s awkward every single time, but Tyler should know that he’s not alone.

Tyler Cameron is a walking thirst trap, so there’s no shortage of fans who are glad that he took time out of his day to discuss his dong.

But he also reasies an interesting topic for discussion — namely, why doesn’t ABC do more to help its stars keep themselves TV-appropriate.

If two people are making out and at least one of them has a penis, everybody knows that there’s going to be an erection.

Perhaps future seasons of The Bachelorette should have a cooldown moment where the pair stand apart and take a breath.

Then they can walk and talk on camera together after their makeout.

And if the boner doesn’t go away? Maybe contact medical professionals — or give the dude a longer break to take care of it himself.

Luke Parker: I’m Not a Villain! Hannah Brown LIED to Me!

Believe it or not, Luke Parker still has supporters who believe that he’s a good man and Hannah Brown is basically a Jezebel.

In his opinion, fans who hate him for how he treated Hannah are, well, tilting at windmills.

Luke explains that he wasn’t trying to be controlling or slut-shamey. He just got the “villain edit” from producers.

Luke Parker sat down for a YouTube interview on a faith-based YouTube channel called Paul & Morgan.

The full discussion is more than 33 minutes long (in this economy?!), but Luke doesn’t need that much time to make his case.

“I really didn’t know I was being portrayed as the villain,” Luke laments.

Here, he sounds like every bad dude. Most of them don’t see themselves as controlling or misogynistic.

But Luke explains that, actually, he was really just on the receiving end of the infamous bad edit.

“I’m [a] pretty naive kind of guy,” Luke claims.

“It didn’t — it took until Latvia,” he says. “And that’s kind of where I knew it.”

What did he know? He says: “I’m the villain.”

Luke explains that he worked it out when producers started “asking me these types of questions like, why are they trying to get me to say stuff like this.”

The interesting thing about questions is that you still control what answers you give.

“So, let’s talk about sex and how the marriage bed should be kept pure,” Luke famously said to Hannah.

“I had an encounter with God,” he recalled while speaking to her. “I was in the shower and God was speaking to me.”

You don’t have to share Luke’s beliefs to offer reasonable respect for a religious person’s experiences.

“I realized that I wasn’t the man that I wanted to be,” Luke confessed to Hannah.

“And,” he added. “I’ve been working on being the husband that I want to be for my future wife.”

Luke says that, when he and Hannah were not on camera, they had further positive discussions of their shared Christian faith.

According to his claims, Hannah expressed that “it’s imperative that [her future husband] has a strong relationship with God.”

“And we’re talking about our relationship with God and how important it is to us,” Luke recalls.

“And,” he narrates. “I’m thinking, wow, this [relationship] is gonna work.”

While we cannot confirm this conversation, it certainly sounds like Hannah.

“I laid out a few brief scriptures with her,” Luke shares during the lengthy, lengthy YouTube discussion.

He says that he “[then said] I’m going to abstain from sex before marriage because that’s what God’s best is for me.”

Good for him for doing whatever he likes with his body and his sexuality. 

“And,” Luke adds. “She goes as far [as] to say, ‘Luke I share the exact same heart and the exact same convictions as you. We’re on the same page.'”

We would be so interested to hear the exact wording of what Hannah said.

Luke says that he felt at ease under the assumption that Hannah intended to remain chaste until she was married.

“So in my mind, I’m like, oh we’re good,” Luke expresses.

“I wasn’t slut-shaming her [or] judging her,” he insists.

“Like,” he adds. “I actually went back to fight for her.”

He then discusses the infamous confrontation where he challenged Hannah for having boned out of wedlock.

“I still wanted to be with her at that moment,” Luke recalls. “And I knew that she had done this regardless of the details.”

“I was just like, with the conversations that we’ve had that [didn’t] air, she’s telling me that she wants to [abstain],”: he claims.

“So I’m thinking if she’s living this life and on this [other] path,” Luke adds. “Then she’s making a mistake.”

“And,” he says. “I need to go say, ‘Hey look, like, you’re making a big mistake, like, you can’t send me home, like, I need some clarity here or some closure.'”

Luke spins a pretty tale. Is he telling the truth?

But to believe him, you might have to believe that Hannah pranked him with long theological talks so that she could humiliate him on TV?

Doesn’t it seem more likely that Luke heard what he wanted to hear in Hannah’s words, and that they have different ideas about living by their faith?

If so, he’s telling the truth as he remembers it. Again, we’d love to hear Hannah’s exact phrasing.

Of course, Luke’s story about Hannah doesn’t explain his strange behavior with the other suitors.

And we’ve heard the “bad edit” excuse from dozens of reality stars — maybe hundreds. They can edit all that they like, but your words are your own.

Bachelor Nation Stars Who Found Love After the Show

Just because you go on a reality TV show to find love, it doesn’t mean you will. 

The Bachelor and its many spinoffs have been on the air for over seventeen years.

It may have seemed like these Bachelor Nation stars found love on one of the ABC shows, but they’re with someone different today. 

Have a look below. 

1. DeAnna Pappas

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DeAnna got engaged to Jesse Csincsak on The Bachelorette Season 4, but their relationship did not stand the test of time. Pappas went on to marry Stephen Stagliano in 2012. They welcomed a daughter Addison in 2014 and a son Austin in 2016.

2. Ali Fedotowsky

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When The Bachelorette Season 6 wrapped, Ali seemed loved up with Roberto Martinez, but the engagement came to a halt in 2011. She subsequently got close to Kevin Manno, the same man she married in 2017.

They have two children together!

3. Bob Guiney

Bob guiney carves a turkey
We forgot all about this dude, but here we go: He and Estella Gardinier, Bob’s final pick from The Bachelor Season 4 split up. He got married to Rebecca Budig in the aftermath, but they split up after six years of marriage. But he followed that one up with Jessica Canyon. They’re married and have a son!

4. Byron Velvick

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Byron called off his engagement to Mary Delgado in 2009 but got married to Belinda Velvick in 2015. They have one daughter.

5. Jillian Harris

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Harris was got engaged to Ed Swiderski on Season 5 of The Bachelorette. It didn’t work out. Years later, Harris announced her engagement to Justin Pasutto in 2016. They’re now married and have two kids.

6. Juan Pablo Galavis

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Things quickly went south between Galavis and Nikki Ferrell — the final rose recipient of The Bachelor Season 18. But Galavis moved on to Osmariel Villalobos and the pair got married in August 2017.

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Bachelor Nation: Which "Final Rose" Couples Are Still a Thing?

The Bachelor and The Bachelorette are TV shows with a clear goal. One you don’t need The Bachelor spoilers to figure out:

Set up a man and a woman with his or her soulmate.

Heck, nearly every season ends with a proposal, right? And yet… for years, almost none of these proposals actually lasted.

Very few couples from Bachelor Nation last several months; let alone several years; let alone an entire lifetime together.

Have their been exceptions?

Yes, just look at Jason and Molly. Or Rachel and Bryan. Or JoJo and Jordan. Or Becca and Garrett. Or even Arie and Lauren.

Yet it’s still an uphill battle. See Hannah Brown and Jed Wyatt, whose engagement didn’t even make it to the end of the season.

Jed is a unique kind of tool, but the fact remains that it’s hard out there for couples spawned by this franchise to make it work.

So looking back through the years, who is still living happily ever after after the very final rose was handed out?

Take a look at notable duos from The Bachelor and Bachelorette and see whether they’re still a romantic item since the show:

1. JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers

Jordan rodgers and jojo fletcher after the final rose
JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers have been an interesting case, both seemingly over the moon in love and behind the proverbial eight ball since day one. They certainly seem to have weathered whatever storms have been in their path thus far, and enough time has passed that they’re no longer in the “honeymoon” phase that they’ve proven us wrong, for sure. Whether or not they make it to the altar is still an open question, but there’s zero signs of trouble right now, at least publicly. Hey, they even got engaged, again. For whatever that’s worth.

2. Colton Underwood and Cassie Randolph

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Colton Underwood and Cassie Randolph are your most recent addition to this esteemed list of couples. By all accounts, Cassie was The One for Colton from the start, and it would appear that she was along for the ride as he busted the inaugural nut. Whether they actually get engaged and make it to the altar is suspect, however, given the hesitation we’ve already seen on the show … and just the overall odds. Not good.

3. Becca Kufrin and Garrett Yrigoyen

Becca kufrin and garrett yrigoyen engagement pic
Becca Kufrin and Garrett Yrigoyen hit it off from the very start, and after a fairly conventional season of The Bachelorette, they got engaged on the finale. Perhaps the most notable obstacle for this duo came prior to the season, when his Instagram “double-tapping” of some seriously offensive posts and memes came to light. But in the year or so since they met, there’s been no trouble in paradise that we can tell. Only loving each other.

4. Arie Luyendyk Jr. and Lauren Burnham

Arie luyendyk jr and lauren burnham in iceland
Yes, Arie Luyendyk Jr. and Lauren Burnham are still together … and MARRIED. And they have a baby!! Needless to say, the consensus was that Becca dodged a bullet when Arie pulled the ol’ switcheroo after his season and that Lauren might have her heart broken next. We weren’t rooting for that sad outcome, but just saying … it’s Arie. It seemed plausible, if not likely. But we are happy that they’re proving us wrong. We wish them the best with their marriage and family!

5. Rachel Lindsay and Bryan Abasolo

Rachel lindsay engagement ring
Rachel Lindsay and Bryan Abasolo are a match made in heaven. Bachelor Nation seemed to prefer runner-up Peter Kraus, but Rachel went with the smooth (too smooth for some fans’ liking) doctor from Miami at the last minute. And it worked out for them! These two got married in August 2019!

6. Nick Viall and Vanessa Grimaldi

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Look … we wished Nick Viall and Vanessa Grimaldi all the best. But after the least inspiring public debut from a Bachelor couple since Juan Pablo and Nikki, it was no surprise that they eventually broke up. Come on, people. We were talking about Nick Viall, who was clearly bitten hard by the fame bug, and fell for a girl who didn’t want to be in the “business” or leave Canada, where he had no interest in moving. Just saying. The odds made them a definite underdog from the start, and their short-lived relationship proved skeptics correct.

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Jed Wyatt: I’m Back to Stripping! Come and See Me, Folks!

As fans of The Bachelorette already know, Jed Wyatt worked as a stripper before his controversial appearance on Hannah’s season.

For a time, it looked like he’d marry Hannah Brown and use his fame to launch his music career. Then, his ex girlfriend shared her story of his duplicity.

Now, Jed is right back where he started — stripping in Nashville.

Music City Male Revue took to Instagram to share some very exciting news with their followers.

“Our Labor Day Weekend show just got even hotter,” the Nashville-based club announced.

“And no,” they continued. “We are not talking about the weather forecast.”

Most of us don’t get our forecasts from strip clubs.

“Kick off your bachelorette weekend this Saturday at 4 PM,” the page’s message teased.

Music City Male Revue conclude: “with us and our very special guest @jedwyatt”

Jed Wyatt, Music City Male Revue ad

Music City Male Revue is Nashville’s first — and only — male strip club.

Jed had previously worked for the establishment for about 6 to 8 months back in in 2018.

Now, before you get the wrong idea, we have to disappoint you — the establishment may show a lot of abs, but they keep the experience “PG-13.”

Which means that they are allowed to say “f–k,” but only once. (That is a joke)

Really, it means that the “stripping” is pretty much limited to shirts. They may dress like cowboys, but don’t expect them to “draw.”

Jed and his coworkers may have not had their dongs out, but Jed at least did more than just strip off his shirt and flex.

HIs colleague, Roscoe, explained his role to RadarOnline.

“His main job was to sing while there,” Roscie said of Jed.

He added: “He would sometimes sing shirtless.”

“The girls love the energy,” Roscoe shared. “Because it’s like a real performance.”

Many members of the Bachelor Nation grew tired of Jed’s singing, but apparently that wasn’t the case for customers.

“It was a good addition to our show,” Roscoe revealed.

He also shared that Jed “did a bit of dancing” during his time working there.

Again, though, this would not have involved any actual nudity.

“He’s a nice looking man with a nice body,” Roscoe pointed out. “Might as well get paid to take his shirt off too.”

Can’t argue with that reasoning.

Some may try to use Jed Wyatt’s work at a strip club against him.

That’s not just absurd — it’s bigotry.

Sex workers, from strippers to camgirls to porn stars to full service folks and everything in between, perform valid work in our society.

There is nothing shameful about stripping, whether you’re going shirtless or wearing nothing but stilettos.

Strippers rake in money from the dads and husbands of people who make fun of them.

Good for Jed for probably raking in some great cash — and probably making more than before, thanks to his new found fame.

If you wnat to shame Jed, you don’t need to stoop to maligning strippers or other honest, hard-working folks.

You can shame him for promising his girlfriend that he was just going on the show to launch his music career, then ghosting her and getting engaged.

He wronged her — and he also wronged Hannah, and it went on for weeks and weeks. That’s not okay.

Roast Jed for the stuff that he’s done that’s actually bad, okay?

There are plenty of things to say about him that don’t malign millions of others.

Bachelor Nation: Which Couples are Somehow Still a Thing?

The Bachelor and The Bachelorette are shows with a very clear goal:

Set up a man and a woman with his or her soulmate. Heck, nearly every season ends with a proposal, right?

And yet… almost none of these proposals last. Very few couples from Bachelor Nation last several months; let alone several years; let alone an entire lifetime together.

Have their been exceptions?

Yes, just look at Jason and Molly. Or Rachel and Bryan. Or JoJo and Jordan. Or Becca and Garrett. Or even Arie and Lauren.

Can we add any other twosomes to this list?

Who is still living happily ever after after the very final rose was handed out?

Take a look at notable duos from The Bachelor and Bachelorette and see whether they’re still a romantic item since the show:

1. Colton Underwood and Cassie Randolph

Colton cassie
Colton Underwood and Cassie Randolph are your most recent addition to this esteemed list of couples. By all accounts, Cassie was The One for Colton from the start, and it would appear that she was along for the ride as he busted the inaugural nut. Whether they actually get engaged and make it to the altar is suspect, however, given the hesitation we’ve already seen on the show … and just the overall odds. Not good.

2. Becca Kufrin and Garrett Yrigoyen

Becca kufrin and garrett yrigoyen engagement pic
Becca Kufrin and Garrett Yrigoyen hit it off from the very start, and after a fairly conventional season of The Bachelorette, they got engaged on the finale. Perhaps the most notable obstacle for this duo came prior to the season, when his Instagram “double-tapping” of some seriously offensive posts and memes came to light. But in the year or so since they met, there’s been no trouble in paradise that we can tell. Only loving each other.

3. Arie Luyendyk Jr. and Lauren Burnham

Arie luyendyk jr and lauren burnham in iceland
Yes, Arie Luyendyk Jr. and Lauren Burnham are still together … and MARRIED. And they have a baby!! Needless to say, the consensus was that Becca dodged a bullet when Arie pulled the ol’ switcheroo after his season and that Lauren might have her heart broken next. We weren’t rooting for that sad outcome, but just saying … it’s Arie. It seemed plausible, if not likely. But we are happy that they’re proving us wrong. We wish them the best with their marriage and family!

4. Rachel Lindsay and Bryan Abasolo

Rachel lindsay engagement ring
Rachel Lindsay and Bryan Abasolo are a match made in heaven. Bachelor Nation seemed to prefer runner-up Peter Kraus, but Rachel went with the smooth (too smooth for some fans’ liking) doctor from Miami at the last minute. And it worked out for them! These two got married in August 2019!

5. Nick Viall and Vanessa Grimaldi

Nick and vanessa on atfr
Look … we wished Nick Viall and Vanessa Grimaldi all the best. But after the least inspiring public debut from a Bachelor couple since Juan Pablo and Nikki, it was no surprise that they eventually broke up. Come on, people. We were talking about Nick Viall, who was clearly bitten hard by the fame bug, and fell for a girl who didn’t want to be in the “business” or leave Canada, where he had no interest in moving. Just saying. The odds made them a definite underdog from the start, and their short-lived relationship proved skeptics correct.

6. JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers

Jordan rodgers and jojo fletcher after the final rose
JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers have been an interesting case, both seemingly over the moon in love and behind the proverbial eight ball since day one. They certainly seem to have weathered whatever storms have been in their path thus far, and enough time has passed that they’re no longer in the “honeymoon” phase that they’ve proven us wrong, for sure. Whether or not they make it to the altar is still an open question, but there’s zero signs of trouble right now, at least publicly.

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Hannah Brown: My Life is Chaos and I’m Struggling

Hannah Brown is the first to admit that her life has been turned upside down. Her role as Bachelorette was not the journey she expected.

Instead, she’s living alone for the first time, and she’s being very honest with fans.

Hannah is struggling with where her life has brought her.

Hannah Brown posted a lengthy confessional essay on her Instagram.

“Honest policy: I’m struggling,” the beloved Bachelorette begins.

She acknowledges that “Life is so different.”

“Since last August, I’ve been a pageant queen, a bachelor contestant, and the Bachelorette,” Hannah notes.

“I’ve been in love with multiple people, I got engaged, I broke off an engagement,” she recalls. “And I shared it all with millions of people.”

“My faith has been questioned by thousands who don’t know my heart,” Hannah laments.

“And,” she continues. “My transparency with my decisions has labeled me promiscuous.”

None of her actions have deserved that label — though there is of course nothing wrong with promiscuity.

“Simultaneously,” Hannah writes. “I’ve become a role model for young women and started bigger conversations around faith, and sex.”

“I’m living on my own for the first time,” she adds. “And shuffling through this life of next steps with press, media, and opportunities galore.”

“I miss my friends and family that have watched my life explode,” Hannah expresses.

Living on your own for the first time is a big deal. That’s also a stark reminder of how young Hannah is.

“I feel guilty,” she admits. “Because I don’t have the time or emotional capacity to fill each of them in on my life right now.”

Hey, no judgment here.

“I can’t keep up with the people that matter most,” Hannah laments. “Because I can barely keep up with my own life right now.”

“I am not complaining about this past year of adventures,” Hannh clarifies.

In fact, she notes that there have been some very positive changes.

“The woman who has emerged would shock the mirror-image young girl from a year ago,” she says.

Hannah acknowledges: “I have so many blessings to be thankful for.”

“However,” she adds. “It’s uncharted territory for me, and it’s been hard to really process what the heck is going on.”

“Maybe I needed write this out to remind myself I’m human,” Hannah suggests. “And it’s okay to be overwhelmed.”

She adds: “And maybe, I just needed to remind you guys too.”

“Life is beautiful, but wild,” Hannah emphasizes. “I think it’s okay to be strong-to know you’re strong-but to still feel weak simultaneously.”

“I believe that’s when the magic happens,” she writes. “My spirit has opportunity to grow and blossom from this place.”

“Healing and restoration can happen,” Hannah affirms.

This is where Hannah begins to discuss her journey through the lens of her faith. She is a Christian.

“I can rest knowing that My Savior has compassion and wants to help and love me through this journey,” Hannah writes. “I’ve just got to let Him.”

“I don’t know if I have been lately,” she admits. “But I am now because honestly, I think I would give out if I didn’t.”

“So yeah,” Hannah continues. “I’m not going to struggle to disguise my weakness.”

“I’m just gonna give over the keys to my main man Jesus,” Hannah concludes. “And let him bless me through this ride.”

In times of doubt and troubles, leaning on your faith can be a powerful way to cope. Good for you, Hannah.