Ryan Lochte wants another reality TV show

Los Angeles - Ryan Lochte wants a reality TV show with his fiancée.

The Olympic swimmer and Dancing With The Stars contestant recently proposed to Playboy model Kayla Rae Reid and they are keen to showcase their love on TV.

He told Entertainment Tonight: "We've thought about it. We've already thought about it."

"I think that would be a lot of fun. Especially with us, if you see us when we're home, we're just a bunch of goofballs. It's a lot of entertainment, so we would definitely do it."

Ryan also revealed he is planning to invite everyone from DWTS to his wedding.

He said: "The whole entire show (will be invited). I mean honestly, it's been like a family. I definitely want for the wedding itself, my closest friends and family. And then afterwards, you know, that's a celebration, so I'll have a huge, huge party.''

Ryan proposed to Kayla over the weekend and shared the happy news on Instagram.

Alongside a picture of the pair kissing on top of the Malibu Canyon in Los Angeles, in which a large diamond ring is visible on Kayla's left hand, Ryan wrote: ''Memories forever!!! #thelochtes #LA (sic)''

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The blonde beauty added that she was ''speechless'' by the proposal.

She commented: 'Speechless. Absolutely beautiful. So in love with YOU.(sic)"

Ryan previously admitted his family thought he was rushing into proposing.

He said: "My family says, 'Don't you think it's a little too soon?' I'm like, 'Can you put a time on love? Can you?'

"When I knew this was 'the one' was when she stuck behind me through this. She still loves me and she's still right there with me."

Ryan is on a mission to win the public over on the American ballroom show after he created controversy over the summer when he lied about being robbed by armed police during the Rio Games

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