Timor is overjoyed at the malign trouble he and his friends have caused.
Phoenix, it seems, is no longer afraid to be vulnerable, or happy, or overjoyed.
Gutiérrez tweeted that he was “overjoyed & proud that [Obama] has acted.”
late 14c., "to rejoice over," from over- + joy (q.v.); translating Latin supergaudere (in Psalms xxxiv, etc.). Transitive sense of "to fill with gladness" is first recorded 1570s (now usually in past participle overjoyed).