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Johnny Weir Speaks out About Ryan Lochte Drama on Facebook Live

johnny weirThis afternoon Tara Lipinski and Johnny Weir went on Facebook Live this afternoon via NBC Olympics Facebook page to recap their Olympic adventures and take viewer questions! Highlights from their Facebook Live includes:


–          Johnny Weir: “No one knew what was going to happen with the Olympics, if everything would be ready, if it wouldn’t be, if security would be ok…Now it’s the athletes creating all the drama!”

–          When asked about the most cringe-worthy from the Olympics, Tara answered the French gymnast who broke his leg, while Johnny remarked, “all the [Ryan] Lochte is really cringe-worthy.”

–          Johnny Weir met Olympic diver Tom Daley while in Rio, but Johnny says, “He had no idea who I was and I was only half done with my weave that day so I scared him.”

–          Johnny Weir on Zac Efron: “I don’t think I’ve ever heard him talk; I’ve just seen pictures of his abs.”

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