Later that evening, the 32-year-old Olympic swimmer hit up the Nice Guy in West Hollywood for a night out.
Cheryl opened up about working with Ryan, telling People, “The Olympics are over, so we luckily don’t have to balance our rehearsals with Ryan’s training schedule. But with everything going on in his life right now, there is a lot on his mind. I’m really glad that I can be there now as a distraction. The show has given him something else to focus on: getting ready to dance in front of millions of people. I think this opportunity came at the perfect time for him. He’s a competitor and loves competition and I think it’s great that he has a new goal to tackle. I can’t wait to get out there and help him become the best dancer he can be.”