Olympics 2018: A ranking of all of Johnny Weir’s looks, from worst to best

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GANGNEUNG, SOUTH KOREA – FEBRUARY 16: TV personality and former skater Johnny Weir looks on during the Men’s Single Skating Short Program at Gangneung Ice Arena on February 16, 2018 in Gangneung, South Korea. (Photo by Maddie Meyer/Getty Images)

Johnny Weir’s sartorial choices for these Winter Olympics have made watching the Pyeongchang games even better than expected, but which look was best?

Set aside your sudden love for curling and your gasps of shock at all of the sports that defy the laws of physics at the Olympic Games. For better or for worse, figure skating can still easily take over the conversation. (It’s also a sport that defies the laws of physics, to be completely fair.) And the best part, at least for many American watchers somewhat disappointed by Team USA’s performance, has been seeing what Johnny Weir is wearing to provide commentary for NBC.

Sure, his partner Tara Lipinski is often wearing complementary ensembles (while Terry Gannon looks more like a normal sportscaster), but Weir dominates the camera whenever the three of them are shown together — and he’s usually not even sitting in the middle while he does it.

So, in honor of the visual delights he’s provided throughout these Pyeongchang Winter Olympics, we’re about to rank the looks, from the accessories to the jackets to the shoes to, perhaps most importantly, the hair.

Let’s get right to it, shall we?