Two-time reality show winner Nyle DiMarco was recently spotted doing a good deed.
The model and activist, who was the first deaf person to win “America’s Next Top Model” in 2015 and “Dancing With The Stars” in 2016, shared a video to his Twitter page on Friday of himself reading to two deaf children.
In the clip, DiMarco is seen speaking in sign language to deaf children Ella and Jett, asking them to name the colours in the picture book. In the words of DiMarco himself, it’s simply “adorable.”
With his sudden rise to fame, DiMarco has used his platform to create the Nyle DiMarco Foundation, an organization that helps “provide resources that empower deaf individuals” by creating “access to accurate, research-based information about early language acquisition.”