Kellyn Nicole, 23
Cleveland Cavaliers dancer
Hidden talent: Drawing. I really like to draw whatever comes to mind, really. Some of my favorite drawings are of dancers, because obviously I love to dance.
Biggest fear: Forgetting things. I forget things once in a while and it always kind of freaks me out.
My bad habit: I'm either right on time or a few minutes late. Never early.
My guilty pleasure: Peanut butter and chocolate. I'll get different flavors of peanut butter. I have a large collection of it. I have dark chocolate, cookie dough, cinnamon raisin. You name it; I probably have it as a peanut butter flavor.
You'd never guess: I'm a thrill-seeker. I've always wanted to get my skydiving license, race dragsters, or I would love to work with wild animals.
I can't live without: My friends and family would be first.
My hero: With everyone I meet I tend to find qualities in them that I really admire, so I like to look up to different people for different reasons.
On my bucket list: Dance on the side of a skyscraper. You're attached to a bungee cord, and you can dance on the side of [it].
Biggest accomplishment: Facing my fears and trying out for the [Cavalier Girls] team. I actually did not make the team my first tryout, and it really kind of brought me down a little bit. I almost didn't try again.
When I'm not working: I'm working out. Anything to get me moving.
Find me here on a Saturday night: Probably out with friends downtown. We'll probably be at Bar Louie or somewhere nice grabbing a casual drink.
If I had one wish: For people to just be more supportive of each other.
Once-in-a-lifetime-moment: That's easy. I recently went to Brazil with the team. I've never been out of the country before, and it was so incredible especially because I didn't speak the language. It was just amazing to be welcomed by so many people so far from home.
If I won the Mega Millions, I'd spend it on: I would first pay off my family's bills. They're helping me out a lot with school right now and I know they do so much for me and I feel like I could never fully repay them.
My No. 1 dating rule: You need to be very honest and straightforward with me, which sounds simple but I know for some people, it's not.
Deal-breakers: I can't stand people who are rude to other people for absolutely no reason.
The perfect date: Hopping in the car and exploring, going wherever we come across that seems interesting.
I'm a sucker for: Someone who can make me laugh.
Most romantic thing I've ever done: I've dated people who lived out of state, and I would take time to drive there to spend time with them.
What I look for in a significant other: I really like people who give off a very positive and optimistic vibe.
I always, sometimes or never make the first move: Sometimes. I generally have to wait for them.
Would you like to be famous?: I'd like to be well-known for just something I do well, like dance, for example. I wouldn't want to be famous to the extent where everyone is in your business nonstop.
Do you rehearse what you're going to say before making a phone call?: I like to be prepared, but at the same time you can't always prepare for what's being said.
Last time I sang to myself: Earlier in the car! Driving home from the gym. I want to say it was Beyonce "XO." Last time I sang to someone else: I actually don't like to sing in front of other people.
If I could gain one quality or ability, it would be: Probably patience. Sometimes I just need to take things slow and not rush, because I'm on the go a lot.
I wish I had someone with whom I could share ... : Similar lifestyles. I'm on the go a lot. When I do have some time off, I do like to just stay home and spend quality time.
Celebrity dream date: Johnny Depp. I find him completely fascinating, because he never really does a lot of interviews. But he has the ability in his work to take on so many different roles that I feel like he would be so interesting to talk to and spend time with.
Celebrity look-alike: I've been told I look like Hayden Panettiere. I've heard Christina Aguilera once or twice, but I don't see that either.
Dogs or cats: Dogs. I've always had dogs and I feel like they're a little more affectionate than cats. Cats are kind of unexpected. You don't really know how to approach them. Dogs are like a best friend.
Beach or mountains: Beach. I'm not too much of a wilderness person.
Signature dish: I like to bake. I'll bake cookies or brownies or desserts for other people.
How I stay healthy: I try to eat right. I like to eat natural foods and I don't really go out to eat too much.
My favorite ... book: Perks of Being a Wallflower. It's the one book I can keep reading over and over again and stay interested in it. I just feel like there's a lot of wisdom hidden in the book. ... TV Show: The Bachelor and The Bachelorette. ... movie: The Great Gatsby with Leonardo DiCaprio. ... music: Mostly electronic dance music, but I'll listen to Drake, Beyonce, pretty much anything I can dance to, really. Everything but country. ... restaurant: I really like trying new places. ... app: Instagram.
What I'm reading: Nothing right now.
IPod embarrassment: I have a lot of dance cuts that I danced to growing up, and I've never taken them off of my phone. I never click shuffle on my iPod for that reason.
I'm so over: I'm really over when people use bad grammar.
Dream job: As a dancer for a recording artist like Beyonce or Rihanna.
Dream vacation: I would love to go to Italy. I have family that's Italian, so they've told me stories about what it's like there and I started learning Italian in hopes of going there.
My take on Cleveland's single scene: I feel like Cleveland's single scene is very welcoming. There are a lot of people in Cleveland who are just generally friendly and open to making new relationships.
Are you on Tinder?: No. I don't expect I'll ever be.
Best thing about being single: You can make your own choices. If you want to go out with the girls, you can go out with the girls.
Worst thing about being single: When you're really excited about something, and you can't share it with someone. Or group dates. They're really awkward if you're there by yourself.
Best date I've been on: It was private property, and he got them to allow us to come there and bring blankets and hot cocoa and have a nice meal and watch the sunset, just late at night in the cold. I thought that was very special. I like simple things better.
Worst date I've ever been on: I went on a date for a holiday. I came with one date and the person I had been interested in for a while decided to show up. He didn't expect me to have another date.
Do you hope to settle down in the next five years?: I would like to, but I won't settle down just for the sake of settling down.