As we thank the angel of a woman that carried our miracle baby boy for us, we pray for everyone who struggles to reach this joyous milestone.
Even before landing on top, Di Marco popped up on Out.com, making tongues wag with his Endless Summer and Solo photo series. I feel like I made a huge difference because I can see the world reacting to my presence on the show in such a positive way. The biggest challenge was not being able to use my native language, American Sign Language (ASL). Without being able to engage in a conversation with someone, you go nuts. So, it was tough trying to keep up with what happened within the house and trying to communicate with models through the OPPO phone so I could stay involved.
On Twitter, he caused a frenzy when he came out as sexually fluid, undoubtedly increasing curiosity among the most casual of : Congrats on winning. Nyle Di Marco: I don't think I'll ever be able to describe how I feel about being the first deaf contestant ever to not only be on the show... What’s the most important thing Tyra taught you over the course of the series?
"My client is devastated by what she has learned through the tabloids .
As if making piles of money playing sports for a living weren't amazing enough, so many professional athletes today are also A-List celebrities in their own right.
Not that we even knew she was expecting, but the supermodel just announced she and her bf Erik Asla had a little boy ... Tyra announced the birth on IG with a knitted baby cap and the caption, "He's got my fingers and big eyes and his daddy Erik's mouth and chin. She and Erik, a photographer, started dating about 2 years ago. The best present we worked and prayed so hard for is finally here.
As we thank the angel of a woman that carried our miracle baby boy for us, we pray for everyone who struggles to reach this joyous milestone." As for the tyke's name -- York Banks Asla. He's got my fingers and big eyes and his daddy Erik's mouth and chin.
"What drew us to it was the fact that you look at most daytime [and it] has lifestyle involved in it," he said at the time. So, just cut out the middleman and make the host the 'lifestylist,' the actual expert. They have the knowledge." PHOTOS: Stars in the kitchen!
Despite his breadth of knowledge about the world of television (he's an Emmy winner!
The most important thing Tyra taught me was to stand your ground if you believe in something. I think her statement truly applies to my everyday life.