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In 2005, a 15-year-old Petersen made his first pilgrimage to Chamonix. When I was pretty young, I just went up the hill to get away from everything.He was diagnosed with HIV in 1988, wrote about the experience in the book (with Mario Lopez playing him in the TV movie based on it) and then publicly came out to Oprah Winfrey in a 1995 interview. The ones that have put in the time, vast improvement, they’re doing really well. It is a competition, but each celebrity’s journey on the show is different. God, getting Louie just to be healthy…he’s morbidly obese and trying to get him on the right path and educate him about food intake and how to work out…he doesn’t know how to work out.What you may not have known is that Louganis, now 53 and just as handsome as ever, took twenty years away from the pool before returning in 2010 and mentored the US Olympic diving team in 2012. But a lot of them are just like, ‘Okay what do I need to do to get by? AE: The fact that most of the celebrities aren’t athletes – or at least divers – is your approach different? Chuy, in my mind’s eye, his story is just so compelling.[A show rep confirms that Chuy recently fractured his heel and will not be able to dive, however, he will continue to be a part of this season.As a kid, Kye Petersen, 22, used to head up into to the mountains around his Whistler, British Columbia, home to get away from things.
With Glen Plake as his mentor, Petersen skied the Exit couloir, where his father had perished. I learned a lot from just following other skiers who were older than me around the mountain. Filming, because it gives me more of an opportunity to be creative and do what I enjoy doing. I’m shooting with the Sherpas this winter a lot around Whistler and Revelstoke.