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Since my eardrums still work, I can sense vibrations from noisy things like stereos, megaphones, or shrill whistles if I'm within vicinity, but without my bilateral cochlear implants, my brain is oblivious to sounds.

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But the Nyle and Peta “rehearsed more than anyone else on the show just to make it work”.

Even though he turned out to be a superstar on the dancefloor, Nyle revealed the pressure he felt being one of only two deaf contestants to appear on “I wasn’t sure if I was the right person to represent [the deaf community] because if I made a mistake, that would have been 15 million people thinking that deaf people can’t dance”, he explained.

“Peta [Nyle’s dance partner] taught me the dance visually,” Nyle told us of his time on . “As a deaf person, I rely on my eyes so I watched her footwork and was able to catch all the little details.

She also showed me the speed and rates of what the dance was supposed to look like and I memories that.” On paper, it doesn’t sound too tough.

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