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Tyler Cameron Thanks His Fans For Correcting His Grammar On Instagram

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Tyler Cameron was the beloved runner-up on Hannah Brown’s season of The Bachelorette. He possesses many qualities that Bachelor Nation fell in love with: honesty, integrity, his progressive beliefs, and his humility.

Tyler Cameron admits he has room for improvement

Though Cameron gained a reputation of being the Bachelorette contestant who could do no wrong, he was always open about the room he had for improvement.

In a recent interview he did with Paper, Cameron spoke about leaning on his friends to hold him accountable.

“Men need to call each other out. That’s what I say my friends are good about: they have no problem calling me out on my sh*t. They’ll humble me quickly. I think we do need to keep each other accountable and humble each other,” he told the publication.

Cameron’s been trying to navigate the world of dating as a celebrity with minimal bumps and bruises since The Bachelorette finale… it’s a good time to lean on his friends to keep his head on straight.

Tyler Cameron uses the wrong ‘there’
In addition to the interview Cameron did with Paper, he also shot an… interesting video with them titled “Fantasy Weekend.”

Cameron promoted the short on his Instagram page but accidentally wrote “It was a ton of fun goofing around and working with “there” team,” instead of “…working with “their” team.”

Very quickly, his comments were flooded with people alerting the model to his mistake. What was surprising (and pleasant), was how Cameron responded to all the grammar help, graciously and with a smile on his online face.

“There should be their ” commented one person.

“thanks mama,” responded Cameron.

“Their*” commented another.

“thanks fam jam,” he responded.

“always lookin out fam,” she wrote back.

“ily but it’s their*” wrote another Instagram user.

“ily thanks for looking out,” Cameron responded.

“tyler you used the wrong form of “there” (THEIR) i’m disappointed in you,” wrote one disgruntled fan.

“I’m sorry I let you down ” responded Cameron.

“Working with their* team” wrote another fan.

“thanks for looking out fam❤️” Cameron wrote back.

And on and on.

Some members of Bachelor Nation are better than others at responding to fan comments. Cameron is typically a little more lax in that regard. It’s interesting that the one time he responds to a bunch of fans is when they’re correcting his grammar.

Nobody’s perfect, including Tyler Cameron. Whether he’s figuring out the best way to date in the public eye or choosing which form of “there” to use, it sounds like he’s actively working on being better. And that’ll take him far.



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