Ashley Wagner has a very simple plan going in to her final skate at the Winter Olympics: become a "horrible, horrible human being."
The 22-year-old figure skater, who has made her fair share of memorable facial expressions throughout the games in Sochi, opened up about her "vicious" approach to the last leg of the competition.
"My long program goes on the old tale of Delilah, who woos Samson and cuts off his hair," Wagner told Yahoo! Sports. "She is this wily temptress who is a horrible, horrible, human being and she is vicious. That is exactly what I want to be in competition. It was a no brainer to go back to that character."
Wagner continued that at times it can be challenging to be emotional on the ice.
"It is about finding that happy medium of emoting enough so that the audience can really enjoy your performance and staying technical enough so that you can really just get the job done," the blond beauty said.
As for the music selection, Wagner enjoys skating to "stronger pieces of music" that bring out her feisty spirit.
"Honestly I like to become somewhat of a vicious character in my program. These characters that I take on fight for what they want and that's really what I identify with," she added.
The first-time Olympian no stranger to showing off her bold personality, most recently during the ladies figure skating short program to Pink Floyd's "Shine On You Crazy Diamond" on Wednesday. After seeing the judge's scores, she furrowed her brow, turned to her coach and seemed to mouth, "How is that higher than my other score?"
Her other score and disapproving scowl was during the team competition, which sparked many memes and #wagnerface hashtags.
Wagner currently sits in sixth place going into tonight's long program.
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