Simone Biles is still looking for a perfect 10 boyfriend!
The Olympic gymnast, who's competing on season 24 of Dancing With the Stars, is currently single, and when ET stopped by the always-bubbly athlete's rehearsal for the show in Los Angeles on Wednesday, she couldn't help herself from blushing when we asked her to spill details about her dating life.
"I have never had a boyfriend in my life," she told ET's Lauren Zima. "At 20 years old I feel like you should have gone through those things and gone on dates. I have been on like, maybe one proper date."
Biles' dance partner, Sasha Farber, chimed in, teasing her by saying, "How did that go?"
"I think it went OK," she said of her recent outing. "You were there. Well, not there, but in the same state."
Biles told ET her and the lucky mystery guy had a good time, and there's "probably" going to be a second date. So good, in fact, that it ended with a kiss!
"He's got a good body," she gushed. "I'm just saying, it's -- I'm just saying!"
Well, we already know Biles has great taste in men. After all, who could forget that time her No. 1 celebrity crush, Zac Efron
, surprised her in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, while she was competing in the 2016 Summer Olympics?
But if this guy wants any chance of love with the gold medalist, he's going to have to be cool with her busy schedule, which is extra busy for any celebrity competing on Dancing With the Stars.
Week four of the competition continues on Monday, where the stars will be telling the stories of their most memorable years through the art of dance. Biles and Farber are taking on the Viennese Waltz to "Good Good Father" by Chris Tomlin, and #TeamGoldenGiggles promise their routine will be a memorable one.
"I think this week is very special to Simone because it is the first time she could actually say something she has wanted to say for a long time," Farber explained.
"There's just no right words or anything -- once you can see the story, you will understand it," added Biles, in response to why she hasn't been able to share it before. "I block a lot of things out because I am a gymnast, the emotional side and part of it, but also from my childhood."
And Farber is already urging fans to grab the tissues.
"I think everyone's going to cry," he said.