U.S. figure skater Evan Lysacek can't be a happy camper.
According to The Philadelphia Inquirer, Lysacek's ex-girlfriend Tanith Belbin — an ice dancer — and his nemesis Johnny Weir are sharing a room in Vancouver's Olympic Village.
A housing problem forced Belbin to choose between sharing a room with Weir or Lysacek.
Belbin's choice was obvious.
"Johnny and Evan were both in the same boat. It was just the three of us, and there was one room with two single bedrooms," Belbin told the newspaper. "If you take Johnny and myself and Evan and do the math, the only logical answer was me and Johnny."
But Weir's decorating skills have made him the perfect roommate.
"There are aromatic candles, and he had Audrey Hepburn posters and motivational quotes on the wall," Belbin said.
After Tuesday's short program of the men's figure skating competition, Lysacek is in second place, while Weir stands sixth. The free skate is scheduled for Thursday.
The Olympic ice-dance finals take place next Monday, Feb. 22. Both should be well-rested for the competition.