"I'm married," Johnny Weir tweeted New Year's Eve.

The Coatesville-born skating champ, who trained in Wilmington, tied the knot Friday with Jersey boyfriend Victor Voronov.

"Wedding in summer! But all the official stuff is done now! No more livin' in sin!" was Weir's follow-up tweet.

Voronov, a Georgetown Law School grad, is "prepping for the Jersey Bar in 2012," according to his Twitter profile.

"Ringing in the New Year with my new hubby @JohnnyGWeir! #ELATED," Voronov tweeted.

They're honeymooning in Punta Cana, the Dominican Republic, Weir tweeted.

Weir, U.S. champion from 2004 to 2006 and twice an Olympian, was known for his wild, theatrical costumes. He confirmed he was gay in his autobiography, Welcome to My World, last January.

He has two pet chihuahuas named Bon-Bon and Vanya.

People magazine shared statements about the marriage from 27-year-old Weir:

"Victor is the epitome of a gentleman, as handsome as he is clever and loving. . . . I will work very hard to make him proud and happy. As an added benefit to all this joy, marriage gives your skin an amazing glow. I look forward to making a home for my family in Bergen County, New Jersey, and introducing my world of glitter and Fabergé eggs to Victor."

They'll do the hyphenated surname thing, going by Weir-Voronov, though the skater will continue to use "Johnny Weir" professionally, a rep told People.