Last night in London, Ryan Lochte dried himself off, covered up his Speedo and made his way to Planet Hollywood to celebrate his 28th birthday with friends and fans. Now that Ryan‘s swimming events at the London 2012 Olympic Games are finished, he can get on with the partying. Even tho it’s much more fun to see photos of Ryan when he’s wet and wearing next to nothing, you might want to click below to see what homie looks like when he’s all dressed up in a spiffy suit. You also have to read what Ryan has to say about a potential new career … in acting.
Ryan Lochte may set hearts racing when he’s wearing nothing but his Speedo, but the man likes to put on a suit! (The kind with sleeves and long pants, we mean.) “It’s great to be outside of the swimming pool and to get dressed up,” the two-time London gold medalist told E! News at a 28th-birthday bash in his honor at Planet Hollywood London. And though he spent Sunday night partying in the company of a few women in addition to his teammates, Lochte also said that he’s enjoying “getting to know the guys more.” In fact, the perceived party animal, who turned 28 last Friday, revealed that he just laid low at his hotel on the actual day … As for when he gets back to Florida, where he just bought a new home, Lochte says that, first, he wants to eat a “big American burger.” And then… “I think acting would be fun,” mused the photogenic athlete. “I think I would be good at it.”
Ryan. My friend. Listen. Don’t go into acting, trust me. Oh you poor boy. See, you’re very good at swimming and I’m certain you are very good at a great many other things … but acting, I’m telling you, it’s not your thing. If anyone has ever heard Ryan Lochte try to give an interview, they know what I’m talking about. If you are unfamiliar with Ryan‘s interview skills, click HERE to see what I’m talking about. The dear lad has difficulty forming actual sentences when he speaks so … I’m thinking he might not have the ability to act whole scripts of written words. Stick to what you know, you’re good at it. No acting, Ryan. Just …. no.