I would love to be an actress!

I want to be a role model. I want to be able to know that I inspired girls to work hard and go for their dreams and to never give up.

When you have family with you, it gives you extra energy.

My mom decided that she wanted to put the mirror ball trophy on the coffee table in the center of our living room. When people walk in, it's kind of like, 'Uh.' It's a little weird. Maybe we should put it in the corner or something.

When I perform and the crowd is cheering, there's a ringing noise in my head. I'm just zoned in, and even though I know there are people watching me, all I hear is this ringing inside of me.

I love my height because when I'm doing gymnastics, it really benefits the sport - and also, I think being short is kind of cute.

Coming into 'Dancing With the Stars,' I thought it would be a lot easier.

I've been to Tokyo-slash-Japan - we actually went to Yokohama in 2015 and 2013 for international competitions. I think that it would be really nice to go back and do a little Olympic thing there.

Two people who really inspire me are my parents, Wanda and Anthony, just because they really made sure to keep up Hispanic culture in my family.

I want to make sure I always show off my smile and have a positive attitude the whole time, whether it's during a performance, practice, or doing an interview.

Usually, before I salute the judge, I'm able to just grab the event, and I pray on it, and that really grounds me. For some reason, once I do that, I am able to think clearly, and I'm able to calm down right before I compete.

No matter what race or color you are, you can aspire to do something great.

Something that would probably surprise my fans is that I wear contact lenses, and nobody really knows that because I guess I've never really had to tell anybody about that.

When I was a little kid, I looked up to other people, so I hope that I can inspire little kids.

I love listening to music in general before I compete. It's something that calms me down, and meditating and breathing before I get up there to calm all my nerves.

As an athlete, the most important thing is the protein that you eat and the things that you put into your body. Without that, it's very hard to function throughout the day.

When you're a little girl, and you're watching the Olympics, and you see this very diverse group of gymnasts out there, and - I think this team, the Final 5, will inspire so many little girls to go out there and do what they love.

I never look at scores or anything.

When you're a little kid, and you're, like, thinking about the Olympics, and you just have this big expectation, it just lived up exactly to that.

I think a big part of what has helped me move forward with the sport is my family. We're all so close together, and the support system has been amazing.

I tell everyone that I'm 5 feet-1 inch tall, but I think I'm technically 5 feet. My mom says she's 4 feet 11 inches, and I'm barely taller than her.

When I was 5, I was always joking around like, 'Oh man, I wanna go to the Olympics.'

If you think too far ahead, then it'll just stress you out.

Life has been a really big whirlwind, but it's been a lot of fun. I travel so much, and I'm constant

I think people are people. If you want something, go get it. I don't think it matters what race you are.

You're supposed to go to prom during high school. I don't go to high school. I homeschool.

When I was a little kid, I don't remember looking up and seeing so many Hispanic athletes out there.

I don't see it as pressure at all. I see it as such an honor to just in some sort of way represent Puerto Rico and Hispanics and all the girls out there.

The big cheat meal will be a cookies and cream milkshake.

I definitely take it as a really big responsibility on my shoulders to make sure I'm motivating my generation and the people around me and, hopefully, inspire people to try something new.

I am extremely close to my grandma. Growing up, she would always do my hair; she was always the one who would make me chocolate milk or rice when I came home.

I started a gymnastics class at five years old, but it became serious at seven.

I got a piece of a dead person's ligament in my body.

My emotions kind of shine through my face, so whatever I'm thinking is what I'm portraying as well.

Don't let people tell you that you can't do something.

On Sundays, I just love to go to church and then relax the whole day!

Honestly, I don't really know the rules of tango!

I feel I could be a role model to other Hispanic gymnasts interested in the sport, but I also want them to understand the importance of being focused, determined, and not giving up, despite all the struggles.

People would be surprised to know I had a flip phone until 2015.

I'm confident. I'm a crowd pleaser.

Growing up, there wasn't an exact Hispanic role model that I had. I didn't realize how big a difference I was making, going to the Olympics and being Hispanic, until I would be in an autograph session, and parents would come up to me and say, 'You know, our family is so proud of you, you're really doing Hispanics proud.'

Having the opportunity to go to the U.S. Olympics was great because I was the first Latina in over 30 years to compete in gymnastics at the Olympics.

If I could go anywhere, I'd love to visit Greece someday because it looks so beautiful, and I'd also love to go to Mexico.

Secretly, I'm a 5-year-old.

Dancing is so much fun.

The Olympics, as a little kid, it was such a big goal that I created for myself, and I was able to push through and make that happen.

I think I still like science and art better, but geometry is a big improvement over algebra.

Through my life, I do want to inspire others.

I hope I can help inspire people to go for their dreams.