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And while the duo maintains that they’re not an item, we’re not so sure.Here, an in-depth investigation to determine whether everyone’s favourite dirty (ice) dancers might be doing it on the down low.That’s because Scott and Tessa decided to pour a little cold water on their infamous move, by limiting the seconds that she spends with her legs wrapped around his neck. Because this story is from 2014, we thought it'd be worthwhile to check to see if it still holds true in 2018. In an interview with Maclean's this year, Tessa noted that "[having] spent so much time together, we realize it's a unique dynamic but we're so appreciative of what we have.They couldn’t stop, lest they incur a five-point penalty. And off it came.“It was kind of, you know, my worst nightmare happening at the Olympics,” said the plucky French skater, who added that she felt it right away and prayed for help.She certainly needed some from Cizeron through all the gyrating and twizzling of an almost three-minute program.Thankfully, said her coach Marie-France Dubreuil, she was mostly upright through the whole thing.Ironically, all around her it appeared other dancers were clawing at one another to achieve the wardrobe malfunction that did indeed occur in her final pose, arched backward as she was. Yes, kids, ice dance is back in the spotlight at the five-ring circus and the Canadians in particular are lapping it up with just one dance remaining in their impressive, ground-breaking, 20-year competitive careers.
He ended with a phone call, saying, "Tess, I don't want to go out with you any more" and hanging up.
Moir and Virtue, who recently won silver medals in ice dancing at Sochi, certainly seem to have their chemistry down pat, finishing each others' sentences in interviews and gazing into each others' eyes in a way that feels like more than mere showmanship.
It's somewhat difficult to believe these two, who have grown up skating together, have never had any romantic feelings for each other.
GANGNEUNG – In a rather lopsided and racy affair, it was Samba, Rhumba, Samba 8, Bassa Nova, Mambo 1 in the short dance competition at the Olympics on Monday.
Canadians Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir also finished first, with a world record score of 83.67 on the Olympic stage, as if to stamp an exclamation point on their final Games appearance.