Former competitive figure skater Adam Rippon gave Instagram followers a video tour of his kitchen, and his organizational skills were on point enough to make organizing guru Marie Kondo immensely proud.
But one person who knew the Olympic medal-winning champ's attention to detail would be off the charts from the very beginning was his mother, Kelly, who left her son a cheeky response in the comments.
At the start of the video, Rippon told viewers:
"I love to be organized, and so I'm going to show you all the organized spaces in my house, starting with the kitchen."
He led them to the pantry, which had clear containers in various shapes and sizes arranged neatly on all the shelves and individually labeled for items such as pasta, and protein–to which he quipped:
"In case you're wondering how I got this body."
The same neat aesthetic continued over into the fridge, where he revealed the pinwheel sandwiches from Costco were a favorite.
He also indicated from the freezer he had three different shapes of ice cubes, which he noted in the comments was his "love language."
"I get all of my crystal stuff from an antique shop...It's a good thing to do."
Rippon also admitted many of the labels on every individual container weren't really necessary.
However, he did say:
"I love handwriting everything.”
You can take a glimpse into his kitchen in this clip, below.
Needless to say, Rippon's high standards and dedication to keeping his kitchen tidy earned him a perfect score from fans.
But it was his mom who scored big points for offering her insight in response to her champ's video.
“I saw this coming when you asked for your own sponge for your 6th birthday."
Meanwhile, the admiration continued.
Some suggested he was a little too organized.
And some enlisted him for help decluttering their own messes.
Rippon is from Scranton, Pennsylvania and is the eldest of six siblings.
The 33-year-old's impressive accomplishment in the kitchen is an extension of his professional dedication and talents demonstrated out on the ice.
As an active figure skater, he won the 2010 Four Continents Championships and the 2016 U.S. National Championships.
He also won a bronze medal as part of the figure skating team event at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea.
Following his skating achievements, Rippon also tore up the dance floor as a competitor in the 26th season of Dancing with the Stars and won, alongside his dance partner Jenna Johnson.
Rippon married his beau, Jussi-Pekka Kajaala, on December 31, 2021 after meeting and dating on Tinder in 2018.