” He also has his first encounter with Washington women, who quickly intimidate him with a plethora of political queries. What did they think of the idea of being on a reality TV show with you? They made me laugh, I enjoyed their company, they were smart, funny, pretty—like, everything.
What’s the first thing you notice about what a woman is wearing? She’s independent, she can handle herself.” So I like that. And it’s just because it didn’t work out and you know, like, what I really want is, I want to find that one true love that I want to spend the rest of my life with. So, I’m still looking..) You know, I don’t, just because with swimming I spend pretty much all my time in the swimming pool, training. They’re going to have to work for it; you honestly have to. I mean, my diet consisted of Skittles and Mountain Dew. But when I got older, I started maturing and knowing my body a lot more. You know, I put my fashion line on hold, just because anything I do in my life I want to do 100 percent, and right now my biggest goal is Rio 2016 Olympics. But after my swimming’s all finished, when I hang up the Speedo, I definitely will commit to fashion and take that more seriously. But if I did that I’d have quit swimming years and years ago.
My training, my attitude in life has just been phenomenal. So there are times where I go out, I have a good time, but I have a job to do, and I have to show up in the morning and train.
Sometimes the coaches don’t like that, but they understand.
Recently, he’s been in the public eye for headlines surrounding his personal life: comments made by his mother about possible one-night stands, public hook-ups with celebrities, his occasionally stumbling interviews (“The reason why I love swimming is because racing”). The show’s first episode showcases Lochte both in and out of the pool, but the results are anything but gold.
But what do we know about the Olympian’s personal life outside of the tabloids? , an eight-episode reality TV show premiering April 21 at 10 p.m. We see Lochte’s budding bromance with Gene, his assistant and friend, as the two get drunk together on the golf course, talk about women, and engage in debauchery. ” he asks Gene while relieving himself on the golf course.