What Olympic skater used the music Night on Bald Mountain?”
ohnny Weir Figure Skater Apple iPad Johnny Who? « STITCH FASHION FEED Famously flamboyant figure skater Johnny Weir once snipped to the New York Times, “If he doesn’t want to skate to music that’s pretty, and wear a pretty costume, then go Rollerblade or skateboard or do one of those extreme sports. Thirty-something Figure Skater: Vancouver Men’s Short Johnny Weir skated to I Love You, I Hate You but the audience was all about the love. He earned much love from the crowd with triple Lutz + triple toe, triple Axel, triple flip. Playful program after the jumps were through. Johnny Weir » Current News Trends “He’s been called a fascinating fallen angel and a crystal enchantress of the ice and since I started watching figure skating champion Johnny Weir’s surprisingly funny and hopeful documentary series on the Sundance Channel “Be Good… Tanith Belbin, Johnny Weir Share Room In Olympic Village U.S. figure skater Evan Lysacek can’t be a happy camper. According to The Philadelphia Inquirer,
Kevin van der Perren. Let me set the stage for you. The music: Night on Bald Mountain. His outfit: A black bodysuit with sparkly, glittery bones on it. He was dressed like a skeleton. And then the music went techno in the second half. If you didn’t see this live, I can’t even begin to describe it. It was like two sinking ships colliding. How was the skating, you might ask? It was okay–if he had not been dressed like a giant bedazzled skeleton, I’d even say the skating was respectable. Even Evan Lysacek, good, solid, dependable, quasi-normal in this company Evan Lysacek, skated to Firebird (just like, uh, some couple–from the United States, right?–two days ago). He was wearing feathers. At least he skated well.