The next season of Below Deck starts on Bravo on Monday, November 21, 2022, at 8 p.m. ET/PT. Camille Lamb, a former American Idol contestant, will join Below Deck as a deckhand and cook. In 2021, she participated in American Idol. She has recently joined the crew of the superyacht St. David.
Captain Lee Rosbach will once again be in command of St. David. Chef Rachel Hargrove and Chief Stew Fraser Olender are both returning to the Caribbean to captain the motor boat. Camille will be joined by new employees Stews Hayley De Sola Pinto and Alissa Humber, Deckhands Tony Duarte, Katie Glaser, Ben Willoughby, and Bosun Ross McHarg in the following season.
Camille Lamb from Below Deck participated in American Idol season 19.
Stew Camille participated in season 19 of American Idol in 2021 before joining Below Deck. During the show’s San Diego audition, the singer and composer even got a Golden Ticket. She was summoned to Hollywood and sang a duet with Althea Grace. Camille performed Bad Company’s Feel Like Makin’ Love in the Showstopper Round (Top 64) but did not make it to the Top 24.
The Mississippi native felt “lost” after being eliminated, so she “returned to her roots on the water.” Camille is a “5th Generation Seafarer,” according to her Instagram account. She is from a merchant mariner family. She started sailing when she was nine years old. She started her yachting career in the Virgin Islands, but she has also worked in Los Angeles and Miami.
Despite her background, she finds it challenging to work “both on deck and within the boat as a deck/stew” on Below Deck. Due to her dual position, she “loses motivation on board,” according to her show’s profile. Camille gets into a fight with stew Alissa Humber in the trailer when the latter informs her:
“Everyone is actually saying, ‘We need someone faster.’”
Camille responds by saying:
“All right, then you f*cking do it.”
Camille identifies herself in the reality TV promo as:
“I’m from a little town in Mississippi.” I have a large personality. “I like twerking.”
On Below Deck, the crew is dealing with an onboard fire.
The show’s season 10 teaser teases a stunning moment. The crew is dealing with an aboard fire in the preview. The crew rushes in to take control of the situation and avoid any catastrophic mishaps from developing aboard. Captain Lee informed E! News about the fire incident:
“There is no time on board when there is a fire, and you should never be worried.”
Search YouTube for ‘yacht fires’ to watch how quickly it gets from zero to 100 miles per hour. You treat each person seriously.” Fans will witness outrageous visitors on the program in addition to extreme drama and danger. According to the Captain, season 10 will feature one of the rowdiest groups of female BFFs looking forward to having a good time. He stated:
“I joined them for dinner, and without a question, it was one of the most unusual meals I’ve ever had in my ten years on Below Deck.” Certainly one of my most unforgettable.”
The new season of Below Deck premieres on Bravo on Monday. The programs are also available the next day on Peacock.