You can't fault Ashley Wagner for being honest about her emotions.
During today's figure skating short program at the 2014 Sochi Olympics, the 22-year-old skater hit the ice to perform her routine to Pink Floyd's "Shine On You Crazy Diamond." After she finished competing, Wagner returned to the sideline benches to await her score and let's just say she wasn't exactly over the moon about her marks (spoiler ahead!).
As her score of 65.21 popped up on the scoreboard and on the TV screen, Wagner furrowed her brow, turned to her coach and seemed to mouth, "How is that higher than my other score?"
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Wagner was presumably referring to last week's score of 63.10, which caused a frenzy of media headlines because of her over-the-top, disapproving scowl (move over, McKayla Maroney!). She also was caught on camera mouthing "bulls--t" to a teammate.
Wagner told reporters last week post-scowl, "To score that low was very disappointing for me. But honestly, this was more about me and my performance and proving to everyone I belong here."
In other Olympics news, E!'s own Jason Kennedy, who's in Sochi covering the games, shared a funny Instagram video on himself watching TV in his hotel room. "Lost in translation #SochiProblems," he wrote along with a clip of different shows in foreign languages. LOL!