AFTER making a name for himself in the fitness world, Cody Rigsby is on the verge of solidifying his dancing career with a DWTS win.
The Peloton instructor is a finalist on Dancing with the Stars 30th season.
Who is Cody Rigsby?
Cody Rigsby is a fitness instructor known for his hot takes and dance moves on the renowned fitness app, Peloton. He joined their staff six years ago.
He began his career as a professional dancer, working with stars like Katy Perry and Pitbull, as well as dancing burlesque in New York and for the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, he became one of the most popular stationary bike and strength training instructors.
Now he's labeled as the "King of Quarantine".
Is Cody Rigsby single?
Cody and fellow fitness instructor Andres Alfaro have been dating since 2018.
Alfaro works at Barry's Bootcamp in New York City.
He is known for his "driven and challenging" classes, according to his instructor page on their website.
The pair were secretive about their relationship up until very recently, where they started sharing more of their personal lives and each other to their Instagram feeds.
Is Cody Rigsby a finalist on Dancing with the Stars?
Cody will perform tonight on Dancing with the Stars 2021 finale.
He has competed alongside his partner Cheryl Burke for the past 10 weeks.
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In that span, the couple has faced several hardships including COVID-19.
On September 3, Burke tested positive for the virus.
Rigsby took to social media week later to announce he had contracted coronavirus and "didn't want to be sharing" the news.
In an interview, Rigsby spoke on how taxing Covid-19 was on his body.
"I'm someone who takes on a lot — I'm a high output individual, so when I was getting into this process of DWTS, I was like 'Yeah, of course, I can teach my classes and do these rehearsals'. You kind of just jump into it feeling really confident, and then once you get in the thick of it, you're like 'Wow, this is a lot and is taxing on my body'," he told In Touch.
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