Cameron McLeod Dishes on His Radio Disney Show & musical.ly Success

Celeb Secrets exclusively caught up with Cameron to find out about the journey of his career.

He’s an actor, dancer, choreographer, a musical.ly star, and a Radio Disney host. Who is this awesome multi-talented star in the making, you ask? We’re talking about Cameron McLeod, and there are a zillion reasons why his name is worth remembering. Celeb Secrets caught up with Cameron to get the scoop on his exciting rising career. Check out our exclusive Q & A below to get to know him!

Celeb Secrets: What has been your favorite part of working with Radio Disney so far?

Cameron McLeod: My favorite part of working with Radio Disney would have to be being a part of the Disney family, and getting the opportunity to work with all of the amazing talent.

Live at @RadioDisney 🎥❤ w/ @candiceonair

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Celeb Secrets: How did you decide what the voice and style of your show was going to be like?

Cameron McLeod: I wanted to stay with the Disney theme and keep my show up beat and positive. I have a ton of energy so I wanted to make sure that translated well on air.

Celeb Secrets: Is it possible to pick a favorite guest you’ve had so far?

Cameron McLeod: A few weeks ago, we had Macklemore come into the station and answer some questions about his childhood. I was Macklemore once for Halloween, so of course I had to share that with him.

Brothers. @macklemore

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Celeb Secrets: Who would still be a dream guest you’d love to have stop by the show?

Cameron McLeod: I would absolutely love to bring in the O.G. Disney stars back into the station and catch up with their lives. I think it would be so fun to hear what they are all up to now and reflect on their Disney days with them.

Celeb Secrets: Do you remember how you first got started with musical.ly and when you realized people were following you on the platform?

I first realized I was growing a following when I switched from creating traditional lip-sync videos to videos of me dancing. I continued to post and grow my following on there, but when I appeared on Good Morning America with Demi Lovato that really changed the game for me and I realized I had something.

Goofin off💪🏼 @musical.ly HQ!

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Celeb Secrets: What is the best piece of advice you’ve gotten along the way in your career so far?

Cameron McLeod: Do something different from everyone else, be authentically who you are, and STAND OUT!

Celeb Secrets: Who are some of your personal role models that you look up to?

Cameron McLeod: I look up to hard workers like Justin Timberlake, Walt Disney, and my family.

Celeb Secrets: What would you say most inspires your work?

Cameron McLeod: When I film and edit my videos, I use my dance experience, and my musicality in every shot.

Celeb Secrets: What do you hope that your fans, listeners, and viewers take away from your work?

Cameron McLeod: I want to provide a fun place where everyone can escape their daily troubles and dance with me.

Celeb Secrets: What are some platforms or causes that you care about, and how do you use your influence to start the conversation with your fans?

Cameron McLeod: I have a segment in my live shows, where I talk about “No Bullying”, and how it makes the other person feel. I don’t allow “bullies” on my live stream and I try to help people understand how wrong it is.

Celeb Secrets: Can you spill 3 of the most-played artists that are on your personal playlist right now?

Cameron McLeod: Bruno Mars, Demi Lovato, and Justin Timberlake are just a few of my favorites.

Celeb Secrets: For Celeb Secrets, would you be able to share an unexpected secret or fun fact about yourself?

Cameron McLeod:  danced on the Aladdin Broadway Stage with James Iglehart, the genie!

Written by Kristine Hope Kowalski

Kristine is a writer and celebrity entertainment news journalist with a specific obsession with Nickelodeon + Disney Channel shows, boy bands, K-Pop, Broadway shows, and international series dramas. If she's not writing or tucked away in a good book, she is most likely traveling the world and spamming her friends' Instagram feeds with photos from her adventures. Kristine has a BA in Comparative Literature from Rutgers University (2011), and an MA in Interdisciplinary Humanities and Social Thought from NYU (2013).