Johnny Weir, 'Creep': University of Delaware, January 2017




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Published on Jan 9, 2017

3X US national champion, 2X Olympian, and World bronze medalist Johnny Weir performs his stunningly beautiful 'Creep' program for the final time as the special guest star at the University of Delaware's 2017 US National Figure Skating Send-Off Exhibition. Gorgeous exclusive photos of his performance here: http://bit.ly/BinkysJohnnyWeirBlog.

Note: Johnny skated last at the show. When it was his turn to take the ice, instead of announcing him right away, the emcee pretended that the show was already over. That's why people start yelling, "Johnny! JOHNNY!" at the beginning of the video. Then the emcee says, "Ohhhhh!" and welcomes Johnny to the ice.

Johnny added red gloves to his costume for this final 'Creep' performance, explaining that the blood red symbolized the death of the program.

The show used competition lighting rather than exhibition spotlight lighting, so parts of the program are darker than I'd prefer. But still beautiful in any lighting.

'Creep' sung by Kimberly Nichole / Kim Nicky, from her appearance on The Voice: https://youtu.be/WbtxWYiFnk8. Footage © Binky's Johnny Weir Blog.

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    • Kimberly Nichole
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    • Philip Selway, Mike Hazlewood, Thom Yorke, Colin Greenwood, Ed O’Brien, Jonny Greenwood, Albert Hammond
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