Tyler Cameron, the hunky mannequin/contractor, was a contestant on The Bachelorette final 12 months, vying after the guts of Hannah Brown. Since the present, Cameron has attracted headlines by courting supermodels and good mates of the Kardashians. But lately, it got here out that the Bachelor Nation fan favourite is returning to tv. His model new ten-minute episode present is named Barkitecture. What on the planet is it about?
‘Bachelorette’ alum Tyler Cameron says ‘be back soon’ on Twitter
Earlier this 12 months, the previous Bachelor in Paradise star Dylan Barbour tweeted, “They should have put me Mike and Tyler in a van to spy on these girls in order to report back to Pete,” about an episode of Peter Weber’s season of The Bachelor. (Demi Burnett and Katie Morton did one thing comparable on Brown’s season of The Bachelorette).
A Cameron fan retweeted this, including on their very own message.
“Literally anything to see @TylerJCameron3 on tv again,” they wrote. And Cameron replied!
“Be back soon with something different,” he wrote. Great information for anybody anyplace interested in the male physique. Tyler C., again on our screens! Not to this point, although.
A supply instructed Hollywood Life that “Tyler’s new show will be something totally different. It will have nothing to do with dating and really takes Tyler back to his roots. He’s excited for the future.”
Cameron works as an expert mannequin. He can be a fiend for health. The Bachelorette alum based a development firm and is an ABC Food Tours ambassador.
‘Bachelor’ podcast solves the thriller of Tyler Cameron’s present: it’s referred to as ‘Barkitecture’
The Betchelor podcast, hosted by Kay Brown and former Bachelorette forged member Derek Peth, posted Cameron’s tweet to their Instagram. They additionally solved the thriller of what he’s doing on their Instagram story.
“So, my coworker Dylan knows exactly what Tyler’s doing on TV,” Brown mentioned to the digital camera. “He’s doing a present referred to as Barkitecture, and it’s constructing extravagant homes for individuals’s canine.”
The items began to fall collectively.
Cameron, by commerce, is a contractor (and a mannequin on the facet, we guess?), and he has a rescue pup that he loves dearly. The Hollywood Life reported that Cameron adopted a canine named Harley, “who he said he loves hanging out with in his spare time.”
Unfortunately (for our eyeballs), Cameron is definitely coming to cellphone screens, slightly than tv ones.
What is Cameron, mannequin and contractor, doing again on tv?
Barkitecture will air on a brand new streaming platform based by Jeffrey Katzenberg. Titled Quibli, Entertainment Weekly reported that the streaming service presents “quick bites’ of content — episodes or installments running 10 minutes or less.” Made for smartphones, Qubli is “quick entertainment for viewers on the go.”
So, what’s Cameron’s position within the little present?
Deadline reported that Cameron and Delia Kenza will function co-hosts on Barkitecture. Cameron’s co-host “is a Brooklyn-based interior designer who specializes in complete renovations of urban living spaces,” Deadline wrote.
What is the present about, although? Deadline described it as such:
The new collection for the short-form cell streaming platform will put the highlight on dog-loving, dog-obsessed people who find themselves gifting their beloved canines with probably the most ridiculously extravagant canine homes possible. In every episode, the hosts work with doggie dad and mom to construct a completely custom-made canine home that redefines sitting within the lap of luxurious.
Tyler Cameron responds on Instagram
The Bachelorette alum who nearly minored in dance in faculty additionally adopted up on the information on social media.
“Excited to share that I’m hosting #Barkitecture with the amazing @deliakenza coming soon to @quibi,” he wrote. “We built some of the most insane dog houses you’ve ever seen. Special thanks to Harley for overseeing construction.”
We can’t wait to see these cuties on TV–each Cameron, and the superb canine with their very fancy-boy homes.