Saturday, July 31, 2010

August 1, 2010 JW Art Project Update

Behind the scenes from @johnnygweir MOVE Shoot #1 ジョニーMOVEショットの撮影風景その1です。

Behind the scenes from @johnnygweir MOVE Shoot #2. ジョニーMOVEショットの撮影風景その2です。

Above photographs by Kiyotaka Mori.

@itoi_shigesato  san came to visit @JohnnyGWeir san on 2nd day of Art Book shooting. アートブック撮影2日目に糸井重里さんがあそびに来てくれました


@itoi_shigesato san visits @JohnnyGWeir san, part two. The fingertips, I see! 糸井重里さんとジョニー、パート2。指先、なんですね。^-^)ノ

Above photographs by Kiyotaka Mori.

Kiyotaka Mori Website

Playful @JohnnyGWeir from the ON ICE shots. オンアイスショットからおちゃめジョニーひとつ。

Above photograph by Hidemi Ogata.
Hidemi Ogata's Blog

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Latest Blog From Eric Violette

Latest Blog From Eric Violette

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July 28, 2010 - Wednesday

Radio Request! The list...

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Congratulations to the US Olympic Team Athlete of the Week, Johnny Weir!

Another award for athete Johnny Weir!

He is the U.S. Olympic Team 'Athlete of the Week' for this week. 

US OlympicTeam 

Congratulations to our newest Athlete of the Week, Johnny Weir! Check out his profile by clicking on the "Athlete of the Week" tab!

Featured Athlete of the Week 

Johnny Weir

Figure Skating – Men’s Singles

Two-time Olympian Johnny Weir began skating at the age of 12 after watching the 1994 Lillehammer Olympic Games. After discovering that he could perform an Axel after one week of skating lessons, he gave up equestrian and decided to pursue figure skating. In 2001, Weir defeated future 2010 gold medalist Evan Lysacek in the 2001 Junior World Championships.  In 2008 Weir was the only U.S. figure skater to medal at the World Championships, winning the bronze medal in the men's division.

At the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Games, Weir finished sixth overall, earning his personal best combined score of 238.87. He recently announced that he will not be skating competitively for the 2010-11 season.

To view his complete profile, visit

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Interesting Tweet From Evan Lysacek

I just saw this Tweet in a skating forum at Live Journal.  I was in and out of Evan's Twitter feed several times while working on the Blog I just posted a little while ago, and I never even noticed this little tidbit until it showed up in the ontd_skating forum at LJ.  This post the Tweet was in went up at 1:22 a.m. my time; and it is now 3:44 a.m. and it has 279 comments.  The original Tweet was posted by Evan Lysacek at around 10 p.m., I believe.

I'm trying to not see this as a dig at Johnny Weir, or Evan's attempt at sarcasm, but given the circumstances, and who I consider to have started the whole thing, on top of the fact everyone knew well in advance exactly where Johnny was going to be Sunday night, it's hard to see this as anything but a dig.  Maybe I, and a bunch of other people, are reading too much into this little one-line Tweet, but basically I'd like to say that Evan just hasn't quite got the 'knack' for subtle sarcasm and humor as a certain Johnny Weir does.

Oh, the Distractions...

I would like to say in advance, please forgive my long-windedness!  I'm like that sometimes, but eventually I usually get to the point.  As long as you understand I'm saying I usually get to the point eventually.

Sunday July 25th I had really hoped to get something useful done.  Though I had a couple ideas for a blog I could have been working on instead, I decided to concentrate on updating a chapter of a Fanfic I am working on.  I find I make more progress on whatever I am writing if I start by writing it out longhand first.  I then recycle the paper I wrote it on once it is typed up.  I started typing up what I had already written out longhand Sunday; but I should have known I would not get very far beyond what I had already written down. 

Whenever I try to make some progress on my stories something always comes along to distract me.  That 'something' has often involved one John G. Weir; three time U.S. National Men's Figure Skating Champion ; two-time winner of the Michelle Kwan Reader's Choice Figure Skater of the Year Award; star of the Sundance Channel televison show Be Good Johnny Weir; blogger extraordinaire; two-time Olympian (2006 and 2010); 2008 World Bronze Medalist and on and on.  He even had a minor planet named after him by his Russian fans given to him as a 26th birthday gift.  There are many more accolades I could list for Johnny, however in the interest of not embarrassing anyone... 

The point I am trying to make anyway is that Johnny constantly seems to manage to find a way to distract me from whatever it is I need to get done or be doing that day.

Of course I never have any other distractions from my time.  It is always Johnny's fault, never anyone else's! 

Thursday July 8th, I was driving my nephew to school at Le Cordon Bleu Culinary Institute in Scottsdale, Arizona when we were rear ended by another car on Indian School Road near 82nd Street.  I spend several hours standing around half dressed trying to deal with the other driver, the state the car was in and what to do next.  However, Johnny even managed to distract me from this situation.  He chose this partiucular day to announce from Japan he was taking a year off from competition.  I managed to complete a blog that day regarding Johnny's announcement, despite the travails of my accident earlier in the day.  It wasn't a completely unexpected announcement, but it certainly was a distraction; and the discussion of it that ensued amongst Johnny's fans and others completely distracted me from whatever it was I had planned to accomplish that evening.

In subsequent days while Johnny was still in Japan doing three shows, several interviews, and shooting pictures for a new Art Book due to be released in October; little tidbits such as pictures and short videos kept being provided to fans, eliciting discussion, and causing me even more distraction.

Of course, as previously mentioned, Johnny Weir is not the only distraction I have had.  Friday July 9, I had to accompany my mother to the emergency room because of some problems she has been having with ongoing leg pain that became too much for her to deal with.  She is doing much better now, and even Johnny could not distract me from eight hours in the emergency room at Banner Desert Hospital with my mother.

And then we have the Arizona Diamondbacks, my favorite baseball team.  I've often found myself keeping score of the game, while looking at Twitter and Facebook and sometimes working on a Blog all at the same time.  However last Wednesday, July 21st, the team just had to go into extra innings versus the New York Mets.  The game lasted fourteen innings and four hours and forty-five minutes, ending after eleven p.m. local time.  Because Arizona does not observe Daylight Savings Time, and most weekday home games begin at 6:40 p.m., we are often the last MLB team playing.  Fans all over the world are sometimes watching over the Internet via  This game obviously ran later than usual, and the announcers were receiving e-mail from fans all over the United States and in several other countries indicating they were viewing the game.  Needless to say, despite the fact I try to be a world class multi-tasker, during Diamondbacks games they are a little bit distracting.

But back to Johnny Weir, the King of Weirlandia, and also the King of distraction.  First, on Friday night July 23rd both he and his agent Tara Modlin managed to disrupt me by first tweeting Tara was waiting for Johnny in Salt Lake City because his flight was first delayed from taking off, then lost an additional ten minutes in the air.  Even though Tara managed to get Delta Airlines to delay the connecting flight, Johnny still missed it and he and Tara spent the night in Salt Lake City.  Johnny tweeted he was sitting on the tarmac and later that a hotel in Salt Lake City had taken good care of he and Tara. 

The next morning Tara graced us with an amusing Twitpic of she and Johnny on the plane to Sun Valley, and Johnny later sent us a Twitpic of a shop he had managed to get in some shopping at.  I spent much of Saturday afternoon and evening drooling over pictures and video of Johnny and the other skaters practicing in Sun Valley; and was further distracted later that night by fan provided reviews, pictures and video of the actual performances and fans meeting Johnny after the show.

Since Johnny had already told his fans he was traveling to Los Angeles from Sun Valley Sunday July 25th on business, I didn't think there would be much to distract me that evening.  As it turns out, I was wrong.

At approximately 1:41 p.m. Sunday afternoon, before actually leaving Sun Valley, Johnny tweeted his fans he was planning on hitting Soho House in West Hollywood that evening for some fun.   

At 11:20 p.m. Evan Lysacek sent this Tweet to his followers:

Six minutes later at 11:26 p.m. Johnny Weir sent this Tweet to his followers:


At 11:47 p.m. Perez Hilton sent Johnny Weir this Tweet:

Sixteen minutes later at 12:03 a.m. Johnny responded with this Tweet:

Within minutes both Johnny and Evan's tweets were part of a Blog post (and likely many more that I did not see), and being bandied about the Internet like a couple of tennis balls.  I was sent the link to a post including the two tweets, and I first looked at it a mere twenty-six minutes after Johnny Weir had first sent his tweet.  The post already had 225 comments at that point.  I only read the first page of comments; however it was clear the fun people were having with these tweets.  Some fans were seeing sarcasm in Johnny's tweet in reference to running into Evan Lysacek at Soho House.  Others felt Evan had shown up just because he knew Johnny was going to be there.  Some even felt he was being rather obvious about it.  Unless it was buried in the comments, I did not see any mention of Perez Hilton's Tweet to Johnny in this particular discussion.  However, it's clear Perez either thought Johnny was being funny or saw the possibility he was being sarcastic.  Johnny mentioned being at the Voyeur Club in his Tweet to Perez, however he was not there for long.  A little over an hour later he Tweeted he was going to bed:

Soon after Johnny sent the above Tweet I went back to the same discussion and posted my only comment.  At that point, less than two hours after Johnny had sent the first Tweet about running into Evan there were 617 comments.  Again, I did not read any of them.  I posted my comment telling everyone Johnny was going to bed and signed out of the discussion immediately.

Johnny's Tweet about running into Evan at Soho House came ten hours after he had first told his fans where he was going.  Some people felt since Evan had shown up the same place as Johnny he should have apologized to him for the disparaging remarks he had made about him a few months earlier.  While I certainly agree Evan Lysacek owes Johnny Weir an apology; I am not personally sure I believe Evan was 'stalking' Johnny and planned to show up at the same place the same evening just to be there the same time he was for publicity or whatever reason.  It's not out of the realm of possibility, but at the same time it seems a little silly.  As one fan at Facebook  pointed out, Johnny and Evan move in a lot of the same circles both on and off the ice, and it was entirely possible they both just happened to show up on the same night.  Soho House is membership only, and both men would have to be either members or invited by members.  There is a Soho House in Manhattan, and while I don't know if Johnny is a member there, if he is he could probably get into the one in West Hollywood as well.  He was in Los Angeles in the first place for business reasons; something his fans knew about well in advance of his trip to Idaho and California.  Even if he is not a member at Soho House, he could have been there with someone who was.  After all, he certainly knew in advance he was going to be there. 

I had fun talking to a few people on Twitter and Facebook about this whole issue, and within minutes of Johnny's Tweet several Twitter members who follow Johnny were creating funny Hashtags in relation to Johnny's use of the word 'dapper' in his Tweet. Here are some samples:


In addition one of my Twitter friends started referring to 'dapper' as the 'new back handed compliment word for the day'.  Still another Twitter friend added the #dapper hashtag to every Tweet she sent for the rest of the evening.  
Monday not too long before I started working on this Blog I checked the same discussion I had posted my comment to Sunday night, okay early Monday morning just after one a.m.; and there were now 852 comments.  There was one direct reply to my comment; the responder thought it was funny.  It was supposed to be funny, and I'm glad it was taken that way.  I did not read any more of the comments, and have no desire to get involved in any further discussions of this topic with anyone but fans I know I can have a sane, rational, even humorous discussion with.  We don't have to agree, we just have to be reasonable about disagreeing.
What do I really think of this entire 'dapper'/#dapper comment from Johnny Weir?  As previously stated, I'm not sure I'm ready to believe Evan Lysacek was stalking Johnny's Tweets and deliberately showed up at the same restaurant he was at just because he knew he was going to be there.  However, it is not outside the realm of possibility.  It's possible he wanted to talk to Johnny, and even to apologize to him, or at least get back on some sort of a normal footing with him.  After all, Johnny and Evan have known each other a long time and Johnny has said numerous times in the past they usually have gotten along even though they were rivals and Evan seemed to be favored over Johnny by the USFSA.  His reaction to Evan's comments about him was angry at the time, since he had just been told about them a few minutes prior and had had no time to digest them or think about whether Evan might have meant what he said the way it came out, etc.  He reacted the way anyone in his situation would have reacted, and frankly he reacted better than most of us would have.  He said in his recent Chat 'I have nothing to say to Evan Lysacek' in response to a fan asking what he would say to Evan if he could.  Who could really blame him?  I think Johnny might hold a little bit of a grudge, and no one could blame him for that either. 
Do I think he was being sarcastic about Evan being 'dapper'?  Was he being funny?  I don't know.  I can't read Johnny Weir's mind, especially from several hundred miles away.  It's possible he thought Evan looked good, but it's also quite possible he was being funny or sarcastic, just as many fans seem to think he was being.  I certainly wouldn't blame him if he were.  Frankly, despite the fact I didn't previously have much against Evan until he bad mouthed Johnny, I think Evan deserves the sarcasm whether it is intentional or not.  
Whatever Johnny meant by the Tweet he sent, and whether he really meant Evan looked 'dapper'; he certainly knew his Tweet would be read by every one of his 63,063 followers, not to mention any Twitter member who cared to check his feed or had his Tweet 'retweeted' to them. Therefore he knew it would probably be discussed and endlessly speculated on, whether discussion and speculation was warranted or not.  I'm sure Johnny and many other celebrities might often wish everything they said and did wasn't subject to endless speculation, and that they could just make a comment without it being dissected.
I don't think this has blown up into much of anything, and I really think most people don't think much of it.  Personally I think it's all pretty damn funny!         

BTW, this is 'dapper':

Sunday, July 25, 2010

Johnny Weir at Sun Valley July 24, 2010: Part 2

All Photographs Courtesy of Nicole Davis at FaceBook (except Sun Valley Weekly ad)!

Johnny Weir and Tara Modlin at the Sun Valley Lodge.

Johnny Weir and Tara Modlin at the Sun Valley Lodge.

Meeting fans and signing autographs after the show.

Johnny at the pre-show rehearsal.

Johnny at the pre-show rehearsal.

Johnny Weir and Tara Modlin at the Sun Valley Lodge.

Meeting fans after the show!

Sun Valley Weekly ad announcing Johnny's participation in the show.

Johnny Weir at Sun Valley July 24, 2010

I was not lucky enough to attend the event at Sun Valley, Idaho on July 24, 2010.  However, I am acquainted with several people who were there.  Johnny Weir performed 'Heartbroken', and 'Poker Face' as his two numbers.  'Poker Face' was performed with new makeup and a new costume first introduced to his fans through three recent shows performed in Japan.  The fans have all said Johnny skated very well; that 'Heartbroken' was beautiful, and the new 'Poker Face' costume looks good during the performances.  They also say Johnny was very accomodating to his fans, and stayed to give every last one who wanted an autograph a chance to get one.  One fan said he spent well over an hour taking photographs and signing autographs with fans.  Despite some over zealous fans who apparently unnerved Johnny a little by yelling and demanding pictures, Johnny Weir was gracious as always.  Every fan review of the show and of meeting Johnny afterward has been positive and this is really good to hear!

Johnny had a hard time even getting to Sun Valley in the first place.  His plane was delayed before he even took off.  His agent Tara Modlin was waiting for him in Salt Lake City, and tried to convince the airline to delay their connecting flight to Idaho.  The plane waited as long as it could, but eventually had to take off causing Johnny to miss his connecting flight.  Johnny and Tara were forced to spend the night in Salt Lake City, though they said the hotel they stayed at was very accomodating; and travel to Sun Valley Saturday morning.  Tara posted a funny Twitpic of the two of them on their connecting flight.

They eventually made it to Sun Valley early Saturday, and were able to get some shopping in at Davis in Ketchum, Idaho.

Short Rehearsal Video (38 Seconds)

Sun Valley Group Rehearsal One

Sun Valley Group Rehearsal Two

Poker Face performed in Sun Valley

All above rehearsal videos courtesy of Nicole Davis.

Heartbroken video courtesy of Mackenzie Keller.

Saturday, July 24, 2010

Thursday, July 22, 2010

Win A Virtual Styling Session With Johnny Weir

Win A Virtual Styling Session With Johnny Weir from and a $500 Bluefly hook-up!  Upload a picture of the most outrageous piece in your closet, and you could win!  Johnny is choosing the winner himself, so check it out and enter!

Johnny’s Closet Confessions Contest

Johnny’s Tweet about the contest

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Johnny Weir Wins Skating Magazine 2010 Readers' Choice Skater Of The Year Award

Please check out my friend Binky and the Misfit Mimes' Blogs Congratulations, Johnny: USFSA's Figure Skater of the Year! ; and Oh BTW, Just One More Thing...

Johnny Weir Wins Skating Magazine 2010 Readers' Choice Skater Of The Year Award

Johnny Weir (Photo by Paul Harvath)

(07/21/10) U.S. Figure Skating and SKATING magazine announced today that 2010 U.S. bronze medalist Johnny Weir has won the 2010 Readers' Choice Award for Skater of the Year Michelle Kwan Trophy). Weir also won the award in 2008.

"I am honored to win the Readers' Choice Award for the second time in my career," Weir said. "I gave my all to my craft this past season, and I am so proud that my fans were entertained and inspired from watching me."

Last year's Readers' Choice winner and 2010 Olympic champion Evan Lysacek came in second, followed by 2010 Olympic silver medalist ice dancers Meryl Davis and Charlie White.

Weir's 2009-10 season included a fourth-place finish at the Rostelecom Cup, a silver medal at the NHK Trophy and a bronze medal at the 2009 ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final. His bronze-medal win at the 2010 AT&T U.S. Figure Skating Championships helped qualify him for the 2010 Olympic Winter Games, where he finished sixth.

"I have the most amazing fans in the world, and this award is really for them," Weir said. "I thank them for sticking with me through thick and thin, without complaint and with constant love."

The three-time U.S. champion recently announced that he will not compete during the 2010-11 season, taking time off to concentrate on his skating technique and pursue other interests.

"I want to thank my family, my coaches, Galina Zmievskaya, Viktor Petrenko and Nina Petrenko, my choreographer David Wilson, and my agent Tara Modlin of Fireworks Sports Marketing," Weir said.

The full title of the award is the "Readers' Choice Skater(s) of the Year, Michelle Kwan Trophy." The trophy is scheduled to be presented to Weir at the 2011 U.S. Championships in Greensboro, N.C.

Each spring, SKATING magazine readers are asked to vote for the eligible skater in any discipline whom they believe is most deserving of the award, based on the accomplishments of the past season. The Michelle Kwan Trophy, which represents both the sport of figure skating and SKATING magazine, is a one-of-a-kind crystal sculpture designed by Crystal Signatures of Pennsylvania.

The Readers' Choice Award is given annually by SKATING magazine, the official publication of U.S. Figure Skating. Voting was open to the public on

Tweet from Johnny Weir thanking his fans for voting for him:

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Hot child in the city: 25 again, Japan trip, and constant jet-setting

Hot child in the city: 25 again, Japan trip, and constant jet-setting

Hot child in the city: 25 again, Japan trip, and constant jet-setting
July 20th, 2010 by Johnny Weir

(Maybe just one cupcake. A girl’s gotta watch her figure! Photo by Moises De Pena/WireImage.)

Johnny's back!  Be sure to follow us on for all the latest Johnny news and updates.

Damn, it’s hot. I can’t get over the heat of the summer; maybe it’s global warming, but, in my twisted little mind, summer is when people’s inner sexiness starts to reappear, and that’s why it gets hot. The shirtless-ness, the bikinis, the sky-high stilettos of the drag queens…it’s amazing.

My summer has been insane. The season finale of BE GOOD JOHNNY WEIR was a huge hit, thank you for watching. The episode left a lot of people guessing about what’s next for me, and I suppose all I can say is wait and see, that’s what I’ll be doing too.

I celebrated my “25 Again” birthday in style at Hudson Terrace in Manhattan and got to hang with some of my closest friends and a few of my favorite people. Tara, all the Dingles*, Richie Rich, Chris Benz and, my new favorite person, Sebastian Stan all came out to support my aging process. I was in heaven. There were some photographs circulating of my “kissing” various people, but it was just a cupcake pass around, so calm down, I only kiss on the cheek anyway. My outfit was great, an Adrienne Landau sparkly vest, a pair of Louboutin saddle shoes and it was even chilly enough for a Landau fur bolero. HEAVEN! My birthday was so much fun, and I have my amazing friends to thank for organizing it, and of course Hudson Terrace for having all that crazy descend upon them.

(With my Dingles: Richie Rich of Heatherette and life-long BFF Paris Childers. Photo by Moises De Pena/WireImage.)

A few days after my birthday I flew to Japan to perform in Fantasy on Ice in Niigata and then went on to Tokyo for a photo shoot for my soon to be released Art Book that we’re tentatively calling “I Feel Pretty.” The shows went very well and I debuted a new costume for my “Poker Face” gala program. It is pretty outrageous but still needs some work. The shoulder ribbons were so tall I couldn’t jump! The photo shoot was incredible. We shot many different looks, doll shots where I was made to look like a porcelain creature in an “antique house” in a Tokyo suburb, street shots on the busiest square in Shibuya, walking down a crazy street in Harajuku and standing on a median in Ebisu as well as studio shots with my security bear, Ping. I also got the opportunity to meet one of Japan’s most recognizable artists and copywriters, Itoi Shigesato. I did a great interview with him in his office where his staff decorated the light fixture to look like a halo of roses, and on day two of my photo shoot, he came to watch and try his luck on the ice. I was proud to coach him on the value of pretty hands, and he impressed me with his fearlessness. Itoi-san is an amazing man, and if you think you don’t know who he is, he invented the name, “Game Boy.” Japan is always so incredible for me and it is that way because of my fans. Nobody had louder applause in the shows, or felt more support than me. I hope my fans in Japan know how much I love them and I hope next time I am in their country I can spend more time with them. Japan was a big success.

Coming up next are a few great appearances, two of them on ice, in America! In early August I’m going to an event in support of GLAAD Manhattan, next weekend I am performing in Sun Valley, Idaho as part of their summer ice show series and undoubtedly visiting one of my favorite vintage shops in Ketchum, Idaho called Déjà vu. The day after the show I am heading to Los Angeles to judge an episode of Ru Paul’s Drag Race and then I’m back to New York to head upstate to Lake Placid and perform in their summer ice show. If you can make it to Sun Valley or Lake Placid, I’d love to see you and put on a show!

Life is flying by right now, and I’m enjoying every moment of it. I wish I could take a mini vacation, but it seems almost out of the question for now. Hopefully, by fall, there will be a spare weekend. As always, thank you all for reading, for all your support and love and I’ll be back with a new blog very soon.

I love you!

- Johnny

(Toast a glass of champagne like there ain’t no tomorrow! Photo by Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images.)

*Dingles are my group of friends. The name comes from Blackberry wireless devices actually. We all have them, and we call Blackberry Instant Messages, “dingles.” Any form of the word Dingle can be used to describe a person or message or phone call. For example, we call one another by the word, “Ding” or “Dingle” and when someone needs to send me any kind of message I say to “Dingle me.” I hope that makes sense. People were starting to ask me if “Dingle” was derived from a British TV show, and it absolutely wasn’t. DING!
Categories: Culture

About Johnny Weir Comments Article tags: art book, Be Good Johnny Weir, birthday, Chriz Benz, Fantasy on Ice, figure skating, GLAAD Manhattan, Hudson Terrace, I Feel Pretty, Itoi Shigesato, Japan, Johnny Weir, Paris Childers, performance, Poker Face, Richie Rich, Sebastian Stan, Tara Modlin

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Thursday, July 15, 2010

July 15, 2010 JW Art Project Update: Johnny Weir Art Book

During Johnny Weir's recent stay in Japan one of the projects he worked on was a coffee table book of art photographs of him due out in October.  The sample photographs fans have been shown by Johnny and his agent Tara Modlin are beautiful, and we can only imagine what the actual shots taken by the photographers will look like in the finished book!

Follow JW Art Project on Twitter  per Johnny's request!

JW Art Project Website

Art Book 'white doll' Twitpic sent by Tara

Death by Disco Ball sent by Johnny

Extra Disco Ball Twitpic sent by Johnny

JWArtProject Photo from MOVE Shoot