ABC is airing the third episode of Season 24 of "Dancing with the Stars" on Monday, April 3. Viewers are getting to know more about some of the celebrities they were not too familiar with before they joined the popular dance competition show. One person viewers are getting to know quite well is Bonner Bolton.

About Bonner Bolton

Bonner Bolton has been described as this season's breakout star. The 29-year-old Professional Bull Rider from Odessa, Texas has caught the attention of viewers around the country. That is partly because of his background story of almost dying when he was thrown off a bull and landed on his head in January 2016.

He was paralyzed from the neck down for a short time. Fortunately, the feeling in his body returned within hours.

Most people don't know that they have seen Bolton in action before, but they didn't know it was him. If they saw Nicholas Sparks' 2015 romantic drama, "The Longest Ride," then they saw Bonner Bolton because he was Scott Eastwood's stunt double on the bull. Finding this out is making fans go back and watch the movie again just to see Bolton in action. Those who haven't watched the movie said they will watch it now.

Not only is Bolton a professional bull rider and stunt double, he is also a model. Just four months after his accident, officials of IMG Models saw a photo of Bolton and took an interest in him.

Bolton signed with the modeling agency in May 2016. Since then, he has modeled for places such as Saks Fifth Avenue and Boot Barn.

Bolton's partner

The bull rider is partnered with Australian pro dancer Sharna Burgess, 31, and so far they are doing well.

People have noticed a great deal of chemistry between them. In Week 1, the couple danced the Cha Cha Cha and received a score of 22 out of 40. In Week 2, they danced the Viennese Waltz and ended up with a score of 29. At least they are moving up. In Week 3, they will dance the Charleston.

Now that you know more about the bull rider, does it make you want to watch and perhaps vote for him? "Dancing With The Stars" airs on ABC on Monday nights at 8 p.m.