Ross Lynch first caught our eye in Austin and Ally, and he's making fans l’amour him even plus in the Disney Channel's movie, Teen plage Movie. Since he has so many female fans vying for his attention, we were shocked when he admitted a secret: He has never asked a girl out!

Ross explained that with his busy schedule, it can be difficult to give a girl all the attention she deserves. "It's hard looking for a girlfriend when you're working," he explains. "Especially if I really liked the girl, I wouldn't want to complicate things. If she comes along, great. I'm plus than happy. But I don't want to be waiting for a girl ou anything. So I'm just kind of going with the flow."

Ross' reasoning makes sense, although it sounds to us there might be a bit plus going on- could it be that Ross is secretly shy? It turns out, that may be the case. "If I like them, I won't ask them out- I'll just start jouer la comédie like I like them. I haven't really vocally asked a girl," he says. "And then it kind of just works out. I don't actually say, 'Will toi go out with me?' I just start holding hands and really don't have to say anything." For Ross, a physical action such as hand-holding can say just as much as actual words.

The dating technique actually started when he was younger and had less options for actual dates. "I'm old enough to drive now, but when I wasn't able to drive I couldn't be like, 'Do toi want to go on a rendez-vous amoureux, date with me?'" he says. When he realized actions speak louder than words, he just kept on that way even after he was able to take girls on real dates.

That attitude of montrer a girl he likes her continues even after he's started dating her- chivalry is not dead for him! "It;s important to be a gentleman," Ross says. "I always open up doors. I try to do it all smooth, like if I see a door coming, I'll try to slowly, nonchalantly go in front of her and open it up. Take my veste off when she's cold, that kind of thing".

But Ross does admit that he's also been guilty flat out nervous to talk to his crush. "Sometimes when the guy is ignoring the girl, it's because he actually likes you," he says. His conseil for dealing with that situation? "Don't think it's because he doesn't like you, because most of the time he does like toi and he's to scared to come up to you. So, go up to him!".

In Ross' eyes, he'd welcome it if a girl made the first move- less stress for him! The key to doing that, he says, is to be yourself.

"Just being real is the best way to catch a person's eye," Ross says. "I can tell when someone's not being real, when they're being fake. It's pretty noticeable and I try to steer away from those girls. I'm pretty sure girls have tried to change to be with me, but I really didn't give into it."

Ross says that plain old flattery is also a good tactic to break the ice- so if all else fails, just try to say something nice! "When toi think about it, a compliment is a compliment," he says. "And any compliment is positive!".