Harry Jowsey Weighs In on Future With Rylee Arnold After Lavish Gifts and Holidays With Her Family (Exclusive)

Jowsey opened up about his relationship with Arnold to ET at the premiere of 'Griselda,' which hits Netflix on Jan. 25.

Harry Jowsey and Dancing With the Stars pro Rylee Arnold have gotten even closer since their exit from the reality competition on ABC, and the romance rumors are ablaze.

Fans of DWTS have had a close eye on the pair, who first sparked romance speculation during their time on the series. The pair continued to fuel romance rumors after Jowsey gifted Arnold a $15,000 gold-and-diamond Van Cleef & Arpels bracelet, which she said was just a symbol of their time together. 

Their bond is still going strong, evident by Jowsey gushing over the dancer when asked about their friendship by ET at a screening of Sofia Vergara's new Netflix crime mini-series, Griselda, in Los Angeles on Tuesday.

"Oh, Rylee's everything. She's such a sweetheart," Jowsey, 26, told ET's Brice Sander. "She made me learn a lot about myself. Just how she carries and her maturity and her morals and everything like that."

"She's everything; she's such a special human. I can't believe I got to spend all of that time with her, and now I get to hang with her again," he added. "I have so much love for her, she's incredible."

Jowsey and Arnold recently spent the Thanksgiving holiday together, with the Too Hot to Handle star joining the latter's family while vacationing beachside. 

"Yeah, and I had the biggest imposter syndrome," Jowsey told ET of his time with the Arnold family. "I was so like, 'I'm out of place. I'm such a naughty boy, I shouldn't be here.'"

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He went on to explain that his gifting Arnold the Van Cleef & Arpels bracelet was in the spirit of awarding her a "trophy" in place of the mirrorball they lost out on.

"Well, I love her, so I just thought, you know, we didn't get the trophy 'cause I can't dance. So I give you your own trophy," he quipped. "So, hopefully, that makes up for it."

And, while Jowsey acknowledged that fans want to see the friends as a couple, he didn't share his feelings on whether that will become a reality in the future. "Well, who knows. Who knows what could happen," he mused. "[Leave] a little bit of hope."

Following their elimination from DWTS in November, Arnold -- the younger sister to past Dancing With the Stars champion Lindsay Arnold -- spoke to ET about her time with Jowsey.

"I'm so happy with how everything went and I'm so grateful I was paired with Harry, and I'm just so proud of him," she said at the time. "It was seriously so enjoyable the whole time."

For his part, Jowsey celebrated Arnold chasing her dream and following in her sister's footsteps. 

"She watched her sister do it and now she's doing it, it's so incredible," Jowsey said. "To be like a small part in such an incredible story is the biggest takeaway for me, so yeah, it's been incredible."

As for the Netflix series, Griselda, Vergara portrays the real-life drug lord Griselda Blanco, who rose to prominence in the cocaine industry in late 1970s Miami despite a challenging upbringing in Colombia. It will be available to stream Jan. 25 on Netflix.