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VH1’s Dating Naked is returning for its third season on Wednesday, June 29 at 9/8 p.m. CTS and this year, we have an extra reason to tune in: contestant David Dees. This 31-year-old consultant from Atlanta caught our attention right away—and not just because he’s so easy on the eyes. Here are ten reasons why D.D. is our #MCM:

He can breakdance.

If you watch the promo for season three of Dating Naked, you’ll see that all of David’s talent is on display. If he can breakdance like that while naked, imagine what else he can do in a state of undress.

He’s a good Southern boy.

The Atlanta native doesn’t seem short on Down South charm and manners.

He’s not afraid to show his emotions.

Another scene from the promo shows him pouring his heart out to his fellow contestant Natalie Jansen. Are these two more than just co-stars? Guess we’ll have to tune in to find out.

He’s driven.

David says he’s a consultant and that his career is taking off. That means he can pay for dinner, which is more than a lot of guys we’ve all dated.

He knows what he’s doing with those lips.

Of course, no dating show is complete without several make out scenes, and what we’ve seen of David makes it clear he knows exactly what he’s doing in that department.

His beauty is more than skin deep.

David’s Instagram is filled with motivational and inspiring sayings, revealing him to be a man of deep thoughts and even deeper purpose. Our fave? “I don’t know if you’re beautiful until we have a conversation.”

He looks like an R&B singer.

Those dimples, though.

He keeps his facial hair on fleek.

Nothing hotter than a well-trimmed beard.

He looks great in a suit….

Cut to fit, indeed.

…But he looks even better naked.

And isn’t that the most important thing?

PHOTO CREDIT: Instagram, VH1

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