Bravo Insider Exclusive!

Create a free profile to get unlimited access to exclusive videos, sweepstakes, and more!

Sign Up for Free to View
The Daily Dish Below Deck

Camille Lamb Is Giving People “Something to Talk About”

The Below Deck alum shared two selfies to announce her surprising next career move.

By Shannon Raphael

Camille Lamb is giving them (the world) something to talk about.

How to Watch

Watch Below Deck on Peacock and the Bravo App.

During her time aboard motor yacht St. David on Season 10 of Below Deck, Camille made quite the splash. From her tense professional relationship with second stew Alissa Humber to her boatmance with deckhand Ben Willoughby, the deck/stew made an impact on the crew that lasted long after Captain Sandy Yawn fired her.

Following her time on the show, Camille has continued to make waves with her latest career announcement. The Mississippi native, who also competed on Season 19 of American Idol, shared that she plans to join OnlyFans to show a behind-the-scenes look at her music-making process. 

Camille confirmed that she was joining the subscription site in a since-expired Instagram Story on March 26 (per Dextero).

“My [OnlyFans] account that I will personally run will be live this weekend,” she wrote in one Story. “I can’t wait! Yay.”

The “Cool Like Me” singer also took to her main feed on the same day, where she posted two photos of herself baring her midriff in a cropped yellow T-shirt and low-rise jeans. 

“[Y]’all want something to talk about?” she wrote in the caption of her post, seemingly hinting at her OnlyFans news. In the comments, Camille responded to a fan who inquired about the sort of content that she would be posting on the site.

“I’ll be posting [behind the scenes] music stuff,” she wrote.

Camille is clearly looking ahead now that Season 10 of Below Deck has officially wrapped up, and her future doesn’t include a relationship with Ben.

After the charter season ended, the crew members traveled to the Dominican Republic for a 10-day trip. Though they “genuinely had a spark,” Ben confirmed on Instagram that his romance with Camille “wasn’t meant to be.” (He also shared that his connection with stew Leigh-Ann Smith didn’t work out either.)

However, Camille still noted that the aforementioned vacation was the “best trip ever.”

Watch Below Deck on Peacock and the Bravo app.

Want the latest Bravo updates? Text us for breaking news and more!