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Dallas rose to fame on Twitter’s Vine, where he has 9.4 million followers.Today he has a fanbase of over 35 million followers across different social-media platforms. 1 most-engaging digital influencer in a report released this week by video tech and analytics firm Zefr, based on data over a 90-day period across You Tube, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.Show off your daredevil side with a "jump" at this giant wind tunnel that simulates real skydiving. The date opportunities are endless at the park on the Woodall Rodgers highway overpass.While you won’t be able to jump as a duo in your first go-round, you can oooh, ahhh, and point at each others’ skydives, as well as compare (likely hilarious) candid photos taken during your jump. Between seasonal programming like DJ fest Beats in the Park, arts performances, a slew of fitness courses (yoga pants! Eleven teams of two, each with preexisting relationships, descended on the starting line at the Los Angeles Coliseum, the only stadium on earth to host the Olympic Games twice, for the thirteen edition of THE AMAZING RACE.After host Phil Keoghan informed the excited teams that the winner after eleven legs of racing would take home the one million dollar prize he raised his arm, wished them safe travel and sent the teams running through the arches of the coliseum to their bags.Single mother Toni remarked on her son, Dallas, "Because I've raised Dallas by myself, Dallas has taught me patience to persevere so I think I can bring that to the race." Separated wife Tina commented on her unfaithful spouse, Ken, "After Ken cheated, that was a very traumatic thing to go through and I have not let go of the past issues.
We’ve got you and your next date covered with 14 great ideas for a Dallas outing that go beyond a meal and a show.
And with a small menu offering sandwiches, craft beer, coffee, pastries, and Emporium Pies, you can kick off a full evening here with a light meal before perusing the stacks with an espresso in hand.
The network on Monday night announced its new bachelorette will be Rachel Lindsay, a 31-year-old attorney from Dallas who will be the first black lead in the history of "The Bachelor" or spin-off "The Bachelorette." ABC president Channing Dungey, the first black woman to lead the network, responded to questions about the lack of diversity last summer during the Television Critics Association press tour, saying she would "very much like to see some changes there." "I think one of the biggest changes that we need to do is we need to increase the pool of diverse candidates in the beginning, because part of what ends up happening as we go along is there just aren't as many candidates to ultimately end up in the role of the next bachelor or bachelorette," she told reporters at the time.
Cameron Dallas, a major social-media star, will be the feature of an unscripted series on Netflix, marking the company’s second big original with an Internet celeb.
The series will follow Dallas and his close circle of friends and family as he looks to take his career to the next level.