Figure skating champ and Skating with the Stars judge Johnny Weir rang in the new year with wedding bells. According to People magazine, Weir married his sweetheart Victor Voronov in a ceremony on New Year’s Eve.
Johnny announced the wedding news to his fans on Twitter Monday. The newlyweds are planning a larger, summer ceremony for their family and friends
“I’m married! Wedding in summer! But all the official stuff is done now! No more livin’ in sin!”
Weir has become the latest celebrity to announce a new romantic entanglement over the holidays, joining a list including Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler, Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin and basketball superstar LeBron James.
When professional figure skating kicks off a new season this fall, it’ll be doing so without some of the most flamboyant costumes known to man.
Olympic skater Johnny Weir announced Thursday that he’ll be taking a year off from competitive skating in order to focus on other projects, including his network reality show, a memoir to be published by Gallery Books, and the release of his debut dance album.
Flamboyant Olympic figure skater Johnny Weir is getting the cold shoulder from organizers of the “Stars on Ice Tour.” According to a scoop from The Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) on Thursday, Weir was allegedly snubbed after being deemed “not family friendly” by the tour’s sponsors.
US Olympic figure skater Johnny Weir — known for his flamboyance and eye-popping costumes on the ice — held a press conference on Wednesday to address the recent controversy surrounding offensive public jibes a pair of Canadian assholes broadcasters made about his sexuality on the air.