After graduating from high school in 2003, Lysacek made a coaching change and began to work with Ken Congemi and Frank Carroll in El Segundo, California. In the 2004–2005 season, having aged out of the junior level at age 19, Evan Lysacek made his senior international debut.
With Congemi and Carroll, Lysacek won both of his Junior Grand Prix events. Skating through a hip injury, Lysacek placed fifth at the 2004 Skate America, the first Grand Prix event of his career. Championships, Lysacek won the bronze medal after receiving the only 6.0 of his career for his short program.
Last September, the former "Dancing with the Stars" contestant surprised fans by announcing his interest in the 2014 Olympics after being out of the limelight of the competition circuit, according to the article.
Meanwhile, Lysacek has been spotted in a white Bentley Rolls Royce car and wearing an expensive Rolex watch, sources also revealed.
There is “something going on,” says the source, while a second insider says Wang is “just enamoured with him and enjoys his company,” and doesn’t think a sexual relationship is in the cards.