Figure skater John G. “Johnny” Weir suggested he's gay in the season finale of his reality series BE GOOD JOHNNY WEIR.

The three-time U.S. National Figure Skating champion with a knack for being flamboyant has never directly announced he's gay, opting instead to sidestep such rumors.

Before competing in the 2006 Olympics, Weir insisted his sexual orientation was a private matter.

“I can sleep with whomever I choose and it doesn't affect what I'm doing on the ice, so speculation is speculation,” he said.

But on Sunday's season finale, which aired on cable network Sundance, Wier suggested he's gay.

Weir drops the hint as he preps with his agent, Tara, to attend the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation's (GLAAD) annual Media Awards.

“Take it off your head right now,” Weir commands Tara, referring to a gaudy hair accessory. “We are not going to agitate the gays.”

“Because I know you think the Jews run the world,” he continues, “but let me tell you something. We are the decorators, we are the florists, we are the designers, we are the dressers, we are the stylists, we are everything.”

Weir, who turned 26 Friday, won a NewNowNext Award in the Most Addictive Reality Star category from all-gay cabler Logo for his reality series.