A source tells ET that Cameron and Hadid were spotted on a bowling date at Frames Bowling Lounge in New York City on Monday night -- while Brown was in Los Angeles promoting the Bachelor franchise at ABC's Television Critics Association press day.
The pair were in the VIP bowling suite with about eight friends, arriving at 6 p.m. and departing around 9 p.m., according to the source. After bowling and partaking in some food and drinks, the group headed off to do karaoke, the source adds.
The source also notes that it appeared as if Gigi and Tyler were trying to go undercover because they arrived and left separately, but adds that they were definitely very much together.
"Gigi and Tyler went on another date Monday night," a source close to Hadid tells ET. "The two went bowling and Gigi and Tyler were very flirty and kept laughing."
According to ET's source, the pair "had a great time and things are going really well." "They were constantly talking and romantically touching one another and just having fun," the source adds.
While speaking with ET on Monday morning, Brown said that she and Cameron aren't exclusive -- but that she enjoyed their night together and still has "feelings" for him.
"I have feelings, but I’m also single and he’s single and I wanna keep my options open and he can keep his options open," Brown said.
Host Chris Harrison, meanwhile, said there's a chance Cameron's post-Bachelorette outings could affect his potential to be the next Bachelor.
"[This is] why we're waiting [to announce who it is]. Let's see how these guys react. Let's see who really is sincere at the end of the day, because we do have a couple of months before we have to start production and really get into this, so we have time," he told ET earlier on Monday.
"If Tyler is bouncing around from girl to girl and loving the life and enjoying the limelight -- which, by the way, good on him. That's fine. If that's what you want to do right now, I don't blame him. He's probably enjoying life really, really well -- but that's not someone we're going to want to have as our Bachelor or Bachelorette," Harrison continued. "So, it's about sincerity. It's about where you are in your life. And if that's where he is in his life, then he's not the guy for us."
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