The Olympic freeskier posted a photo of himself and Wilkas at Vanity Fair’s Oscar party. His caption was written as a parody of a Craigslist “Missed Connections” entry.
He called Martin and Yosef “gorgeous” and said that he and Wilkas “searched for you both for the rest of the night but never found you again.”
“In town for a week,” he wrote. “Let’s connect.”
A post shared by gus kenworthy (@guskenworthy)on Mar 5, 2018 at 5:02pm PST
Appearing on CBS’ “The Talk” Tuesday, Martin said he and Yosef were “flattered” by Kenworthy’s compliments.
“That is so cute ― and clever,” the Latin pop superstar said, as seen in the video above. “I mean, he’s a national hero. Give me a break!”
Martin said the four would “definitely connect,” and, addressing Kenworthy directly, slyly added, “I love you, brother.”
Not one to miss a beat, Kenworthy tweeted:
*clears schedule for the rest of the week*https://t.co/E1bOeAPLYq— Gus Kenworthy (@guskenworthy) March 6, 2018
Though it’s unclear exactly what Kenworthy’s intentions are, Martinmade headlinesin February after he implied that he was using his role on “The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story” to “normalize another kind of realityfor open relationships.”
“We’re just two very self-secure men that are completely in love with each other, that trust each other to the maximum level,”he told Vulture Feb. 14, “and here we are.”
This article originally appeared on HuffPost.