He reminisced about his time on season 15 again when asked, “What is the craziest thing that happened on your season of The Bachelorette?”
The general contractor, who was in a bubble bath, said, “When Hannah Brown moved the roses in front of Luke, that was epic.” His memory is in reference to controversial contestant Luke Parker returning to the ninth rose ceremony after being eliminated during his fantasy suite date and refusing to leave. The Alabama native, 25, literally picked up the entire pedestal of roses in order to block Luke, 26, out.
As any Bachelorette historian would know, Hannah ended things with Tyler during the season 15 finale. However, they rekindled their friendship this past year following the sudden death of the Florida native’s mom, Andrea, from a brain aneurysm in February.
Tyler is hoping to give fans the “most authentic” look inside his life with YouTube. “You think you know me? Y’all don’t have clue,” he said in a teaser hours before officially dropping his debut Q&A video. “Y’all are going to see me pushing myself to the limits, traveling the world, experiencing different cultures and striving to achieve some of my craziest goals yet. I’m going to face my fears and yeah, I’m going to fail at times. But one thing’s for damn sure — I’m going to get back up and try again.”
The Bachelor Nation stud will also focus on the “importance of giving back to the community” and will show him “living life in the moment and doing it with the people I love the most.”
Another exciting thing happening to Tyler and his inner circle is his BFF and New York City roommate, Matt James, becoming the new Bachelor for season 25. The former football player has been with Tyler in his hometown of Jupiter while quarantining amid the coronavirus pandemic. The leading man exclusively told Life & Style that their “quarantine crew” is “just like being with family.”
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