Saturday, October 01, 2016

‘Dancing with the Stars’ Nyle DiMarco: 3 Things He Wants in a Partner

‘Dancing with the Stars’ Nyle DiMarco: 3 Things He Wants in a Partner

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We first discovered the sexiness of Nyle DiMarco when he joined and won Tyra Banks’ “America’s Next Top Model” Cycle 22 in 2015. And now people had become more and more interested in the model, actor, and Deaf activist after recently winning the Mirrorball Trophy in “Dancing With The Stars” Season 22.

Just Jared reports that Nyle DiMarco revealed to People about life after DWTS and what he’s headed for now that he’s won two separate national reality series.

“A friend and I are writing a show together so I’m looking forward to doing that,” he revealed. “We’re working with a really great deaf writer. You know, I think we really do need deaf people out there writing their own shows.”

When the 27-year-old was asked whether he was “single and ready to mingle,” he replied that he’s very much single and that “A relationship isn’t a priority of mine but, you know, I’m hoping soon enough.”

Although he is not expecting to get hitched anytime soon, Nyle DiMarco did share three crucial qualities that he’s looking for in a partner.

“First one, they have to be independent — they have to believe they can do their own thing. The second one, communication, I think is the most important. And [they have to be] outgoing as well. I’m an outgoing person, so…”

As to whether he prefers male or female for a partner, Nyle DiMarco revealed last year that he’s “sexually fluid.” A fan tweeted the model during his Twitter Q&A: “Nyle you have so much gays fans! tell us, boys or girls?” Nyle DiMarco replied “fluid.”

There were also rumors swirling that Nyle DiMarco is a contender for the Bachelor 2017. The model didn’t say that it’s official, but he showed some interest.

“I mean, I don’t know. Let’s see if they reach out to me and see what happens,” he shared to Us Magazine. “We’ll see what happens. I think it’s funny because it would be kind of awkward to have an interpreter involved during the whole thing.”