Apparently Olympic skater—and Quarryville, Pennsylvania native—Johnny Weir was doing more than moderating for NBC (and Instagramming his outlandish outfits) at this year’s Sochi Winter Olympics. Amid all the flack he took for being there in the first place, Weir was covertly working with a film crew to document what it was like being gay at the games.
Gay actor and Kinky Boots playwright Harvey Fierstein is in a bit of hot water this morning, after calling Johnny Weird the “F” word. (Not, not that “F” word, this one.) In an interview with Huffington Post about his new play Casa Valentina, the outspoken icon was asked to weigh in on other hot topics. This was his response:
UPDATE [4/14/2014, 4:53 p.m.]: Looks like TMZ had it all wrong. Johnny Weir is denying that he and husband Victor Voronov is getting back together. When asked by Access Hollywood if the rumors were true, he replied, “Nope. I had hope and Victor and I were talking about reconciliation, but it was for not. … I have been sad for a long time … and unfortunately don’t foresee a way to resolve our current marital issues.”
Only a week after the domestic biting incident that made it’s way around the web, Olympic figure skater Johnny Weir has announced that he and husband Victor Voronov are getting divorced. He broke the news via Twitter, saying: “It is with great sadness that I announce that my husband and I are no longer together. My heart hurts, and I wish him well.”
Still reeling from the hype they received being commentators for the Sochi Winter Olympic Games, figure skating champs Johnny Weir and Tara Lipinski appeared on Late Night With Seth Meyers in a sketch where they offer hilarious commentary on everyday skaters at Rockefeller Center. Hilarious.
Johnny Weir and his husband Victor Voronov appeared in a New Jersey court this week to settle a disturbing domestic dispute. According to Radar Online, Voronov filed a police report about a month before the Winter Olympic games claiming that Weir bit him. The couple went to court today to ask that the case be dismissed. More:
Donning Chanel, dripping in jewels and draped in furs, Johnny Weir looked absolutely stunning at this year’s Olympics, channeling every style icon from Salvador Dalí to Stanley Tucci’s Hunger Games character, Caesar Flickerman. I don’t know about you, but I was enamored by every one of his looks, so today I’m paying homage with a slideshow of 13 of his most fabulous looks — nearly all of which were presented in front of an electric blue semi.