Not long after Tyler moved into Angela's place in Los Angeles, CA, following the live Big Brother finale, the lifeguard from South Carolina met one of the fitness model's loved ones -- Angela's brother, Chase Rummans.
"Don't expect a feed of person info from me but I'll field this one as I was going to post this later anyway. Tyler was great on the show and is the same person in real life," Chase wrote to a fan Monday on Twitter.
"He exceeded my expectations and I can tell from meeting his friends that he is truly a great guy."
Chase gushed about how Tyler has brought nothing but joy to Angela's life.
"I don't recall ever seeing my sister happier and I have nothing but blessings for their developing relationship. Love them both. @AngelaRummans2 @TylerCrispen2," Chase tweeted.
Angela, 26, then replied that Chase's comments about her romance made her "heart so full."
"He passes the brother test with exceeds expectations... Now time to meet dad," Angela wrote.
Shortly after Big Brother came to an end last month, the couple told Us Weekly the whole experience had been "a whirlwind."
"Living with each other in the Big Brother house for three months without any contact to the outside world is unlike any other," the pair had said in a statement.
"You really get to know people to the depths of their core. We can't imagine ourselves being apart and so it was a natural step for us to make things official in the real world and move in together."
As for what's next for the Big Brother couple, they are thinking along the lines of competing on another reality competition series, such as The Amazing Race!
"I'm down if she's down!" Tyler told Us. "That's what I'm saying for everything."
Tyler and Angela's relationship in the Big Brother house started out as just a friendship and was a slow burn.
The more Tyler and Angela got to know each other, feelings developed and sparks began to fly. Although the couple spent a lot of time together in the house and kissed behind closed doors, they kept their showmance a secret from their fellow houseguests to avoid becoming targets.
Tyler walked away fromBig Brother with a total of $75,000 for finishing as the runner-up and also being named "America's Favorite Houseguest."