The Olympian will undoubtedly keep busy with media appearances and LGBTQ advocacy work.
The Olympic freeskier got into the spooky spirit with his figure-skating friend's S&M-inspired look.
For many, sport is still seen as one area where homophobia and gender stereotypes persist.
The out athlete has a special place in mind for his ensemble to be displayed.
"All of our gay dreams are coming true!" tweeted the team behind the NBC revival.
"I felt so liberated in so many ways,” the Olympic skater said.
Skills and showmanship, people.
The skater impressed with an emotional contemporary routine set to a familiar song.
"You were born to do this show," a judge told the Olympic skater after his debut.
Not present: Lindsay Vonn, Gus Kenworthy, Adam Rippon, Chloe Kim and more than a couple others.
The pop queen was honored for her long-standing LGBTQ support.
Twirling all the way from the ice to the ballroom.
The bronze-winning skater told a radio host his haters "don't matter."
The skater showed off new beau Jussi-Pekka Kajaala in a shirtless Instagram photo.
The man earned viral internet fame for pushing a Boston police van out of the snow.
"If this is my 15 minutes, I would like to leverage it to meet Adam Rippon."
The Olympic bronze medalist said if he was invited to the White House, he wouldn't go.
"I’ve kind of discovered what I perceive as masculine and what I perceive as feminine," he said.
"Thanks, mom," Sam Greisman captioned the photo of them attending a gala.
"This is the relationship the world's been waiting for," the actress said on "The Late Show."