Internationally renowned bouncer Gigi Hadid and Bachelor nation favorite Tyler Cameron have broken up. The two dated for about two months, and the press eagerly chronicled their adventures around New York. Hadid and Cameron had dates all over the city–they went to Brooklyn’s Dumbo House, went bowling in Hell’s Kitchen, and had drinks at Justin Theroux’s Lower East Side “dive bar” Ray’s (where mixed drinks cost $13). Cameron was even photographed at Hadid’s grandmother’s funeral in the Netherlands.
The last time the two were spotted together was when they attended Zendaya and Tommy Hilfiger’s Harlem fashion show on September 8th, during New York Fashion Week. But two days ago, Cameron appeared on Bravo’s Watch What Happens Live, hinting that he “may be single.” And on Thursday, Us Weekly reported that he and Hadid are no longer together. “Tyler is single,” a source told Us. “He and Gigi Hadid are no longer together.”
Last month, Cameron spoke briefly with Entertainment Tonight about his relationship with Hadid. "Our relationship doesn't need to be public," he said. "She's good people, she's an amazing person and we're just keeping it friendly."
"I'm at the point where I don't really want to talk about my relationships," he added. "I've dated publicly, so... I'm trying to date privately and I'm not in love with anybody right now. I'm in love with myself."
Cameron was a fan favorite during his turn on The Bachelorette. He and Bachelorette Hannah Brown had an intense relationship, though she ultimately gave the final rose to contestant Jed Wyatt. The two have since broken up, and Cameron was spotted leaving Brown’s house in Los Angeles days before he started dating Hadid.
Hadid’s dating history includes high-profile relationships with Zayn Malik and Joe Jonas. When she and Malik broke up, she took to Instagram to deliver a heartfelt statement. “I want nothing but the best for him and will continue to support him as a friend that I have immense respect and love for,” she wrote. “As for the future, whatever’s meant to be will be,”