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I am only a contemporary jazz dancer, but they kind of consider me doing everything because I adapt really well. And he went from being the lowest point to being the underdog that's sweeping everyone off their feet.

So it seemed not so impressive that I could do [different dance styles] well. As opposed to the way everyone was fawning over your partner, Ivan Koumaev. All the more power to him, because that boy's working his butt off, and he deserves everything he's got. After the show, I'm going to start training a lot and hopefully become a ballroom dancer professionally. Did you wish you'd had the chance to partner with anyone else on the show?

I came into this blind, and the judges hit me with that personality card.

Then throughout the show, no matter what I did, they didn't let go of that.

Travis, 23, has also been in the news recently because of some tweets he wrote to his boyfriend – his first public confirmation that he is gay. Here are some highlights: AE: Can we talk about who you’re dating these days? I had a boyfriend back when I was on the show, and I had some crazy things happen to me in the past four years with weird relationships. TW: I’ve never made a big statement like, “Oh I’m gay.” It’s like if you know you know, and I’ve never been afraid to say something on Twitter.

Like, not really a boyfriend relationship, but something else. So I didn’t even realize the impact of me like just saying “I miss you, I love you” on Twitter and then people are saying that I came out. AE: I have to ask, how stressful is it for gay male dancers on ?

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We dance so much alike, and we have so much history together not personal history, but we worked together this last year... It would have been fun to show how we know each other that well. And in that city alone, there are like eight dance studios. Have you received offers for jobs after the show?

I kinda felt it in my spirit because of how the judges have been getting on me for the last couple of weeks. Then Travis [was in the bottom two with me], and I kind of see Travis as winning the whole competition. I was happy that I was able to be a part of this experience and grow from it as I did. Not only the cast but in wardrobe and music, these people you see every single day, and then when you go home, you're leaving all of them. For weeks now, you looked surprised every time you weren't eliminated. You don't know when is the next time you're going to see everybody. What was the hardest aspect of this competition?

When I did say personal comments from my heart, it would somehow get edited out of the tapings. Can you give us an example of what was cut? If anything, I wasn't allowing myself to open up in front of millions of viewers through a little camera.

Ryan: After disco this week, Cat asked me how I thought I did, and I said I was just having fun and if I can inspire one person to dance and not do anything negative with their life, then I've done my job. If I were in an arena and you had millions of people there, I could do that, because I'm dancing to human beings.

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