"I just got off a plane," Brown told ET in New York City on Wednesday morning, hours after publicly asking Cameron out. "We saw each other after the show and gave each other hugs and see you later, and we'll find out when's a good time for both of us to hang out."
The blonde beauty just moved to Los Angeles, while Cameron lives in Jupiter, Florida, but with him traveling for modeling gigs, he and Brown could certainly work something out.
Feelings Are Still There
Brown admitted on After the Final Rose that she still felt something for Cameron, despite her engagement to Wyatt. "I feel bad, shoulda, coulda, woulda with a lot of things, but I do know that I held back my feelings with [Tyler] for a really long time. And in that moment, I felt everything, but I think I was scared and thought it was a little too late to be able to change my mind and be able to be engaged, but I do know that those feelings for him were real and true, and I can't change it," she explained to ET of whether she wishes she got engaged to Cameron.
Cameron, meanwhile, told Nick Viall on his podcast, The Viall Files, Tuesday night that he cares for Brown. "We went through a whole lot together. You know, that was a crazy journey to share and experience with somebody," he said. "And I value and cherish our relationship and our friendship and that's something I don't wanna just cut off cold turkey because it didn't work out."
And It Would Be 'Hard' for Her to See Him as the Bachelor
Some fans were hoping Cameron would find his happy ending as the Bachelor -- but with her feelings for him, Brown is hoping another man will get the gig.
"I think it would be a little hard to see him as the Bachelor because there's still feelings there, but I would support him in his happiness," she shared, instead offering up Mike Johnson or Peter Weber as potential choices. "I think that the main thing is figuring out what will make both of us happy, and if that's for him to go on and to have the opp to be the Bachelor, I would support him in finding his happiness, just like he supported me with Jed."
Cameron told Viall that he's undecided on becoming the next Bachelor. "I don't know. I'm all over the map about that one," he confessed. "You know, I have a lot of things I gotta sit down and think about when it comes to that. That's a lot of responsibility. It's a great opportunity, but it comes with a lot of responsibility. I don't know."
But They Could Also End Up as Friends
"I want to continue to be a part of his life, and I think he wants to be a part of mine," Brown told ET. "But at what capacity, I don't think we know just yet. But I'm excited to see him and catch up."
Cameron said: "[She's] someone I would hope to have a drink with and see what happens and take it one step at a time."
He'll Always Be Her Biggest Fan
Cameron made it known on Wednesday that whatever happens between him and Brown, he'll always have her back.
"Dear HB, What a ride... I'll make this short and sweet. This journey with you is something that I will always cherish. I am so grateful for all the experiences that we shared together," he wrote on Instagram. "You taught me so much about myself and pushed me to be a better man. I learned so much from you and so did the rest of Bachelor Nation. You were what we all needed as a lead. You showed strength and grace in the most beautiful way. You kept it real and gave us all of you. As one chapter closes, another one begins. The world is yours girl! Excited to see what you do with it. Looking forward to that drink."
Cameron signed his message, "Forever your biggest fan, TC."
Brown promptly commented, "I'm cheesin’ hard. I'm really thankful for your love and support. You're the best, and I’m glad America thinks so too. And...see ya soon! Cheers. ?."
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