Cameron Hardin, a weatherman with a “Chandler Bing Sense of Humor,” is due to compete in Dancing With Myself on NBC on May 31, 2022, at 10/9c. He, a meteorologist by trade, is well-liked in his hometown for his sense of humor and compatibility with his co-anchors on NBC station WLWT.
Cameron Hardin- One of the Contestants of a Dancing With Myself
He received his undergraduate and graduate degrees from Purdue University. He is originally from the little hamlet of Bargersville, Indiana, south of Indianapolis. Before becoming a meteorologist, he studied Meteorology, Communications, and Agricultural Communications. In June 2015, he started his first job as a meteorologist at WLFI in West Lafayette. After three years there, he moved over to WEWS-TV in Cleveland, where he stayed for four months.
On January 5, 2019, he joined WLWT-TV in Ohio. As a meteorologist, he co-anchored mornings with Kelly Rippin and was well-liked by viewers for his entertaining approach. However, the weatherman quit the network in December 2021, which disappointed his admirers. Last year, Hardin, 28, became a “Girl dad.” On May 16, 2021, he and his wife Hannah Shanae had their first child. Wren Lucia Hardin is the name they gave to their daughter. His Instagram account, weathermancam_, is packed with gorgeous photos of his one-year-old daughter and his wife, Harper Kay, the creator of a women’s apparel shop. The pair enjoys traveling and discovering new places with their kid.
They say all good things come to an end. Today was our last weekend show. Meg is filling in for Kelly until February & my last day is Dec 31. It’s emotional. It’s sad. It’s tough… I love Meg and I love this team. Thank you for having fun with us the last 3 years, it was a blast! pic.twitter.com/wDyiXOfcL2
— Cameron Hardin (@WeathermanCam_) November 21, 2021
Everything about “Dancing With Myself”
Dancing With Myself, NBC’s new program hosted by Camille Kostek, is inspired by the numerous popular dance moments on social media. The show’s concept is as follows:
“Dancing with Myself, NBC’s new primetime series is inspired by the millions who tune in to see the newest dance crazes on social media. Every week, a group of ordinary people will participate in a series of high-energy dance challenges developed and performed by the show’s famous producers, Shakira, Nick Jonas, Liza Koshy, and presenter Camille Kostek.”
It went on to say:
“Shakira, Liza, Nick, and Camille will perform the evening’s unique dance challenges, which were devised exclusively for the show. They will also solicit the help of celebrity guests, who will submit their own challenges. Contestants are isolated in their own pods for a brief period of time to master the new routines, add their own flare, and then perform their guts out in front of a live studio audience.”
Finally, the studio audience will choose the finest dancer of the night. The “individual with the most enthusiasm, the greatest heart, and the finest attitude” will be proclaimed the night’s winner. The program will have 96 candidates, with 12 contestants going through six distinct rounds of competition in each episode.
Dancing with Myself airs on NBC and is available for streaming the next day on Hulu and Peacock Premium. Those who do not have conventional cable or satellite television may watch episodes on FuboTV, Hulu with Live TV, Sling TV, or YouTube TV. Peacock is available to UK viewers via their Sky TV or Now TV subscriptions.