Everyone Is Desperately Hoping These Canadian Ice Dancers Are Fucking / In Love

Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir are easily the most shipped human beings on the planet right now.

The ice dancer duo from Canada showed off their effortless chemistry on the ice at the Winter Olympics in PyeongChang this week with their “Roxanne” routine and have literally blown a fuse in the world’s brain – everyone thinks they’re soul mates, but they swear black-and-blue that they’re absolutely not together and/or doing the rumpy pumpy at all.


The pair have been skating together for their entire career. They met when Tessa was 7 and Scott was 9 way back in 1997, so they’ve been an ice dancing duo for 20 years. TWENTY YEARS.

While they swear they’re not together now, nor have ever been in their adult lives, at one point in time they were an item. When they were kids. They “dated” for 8 months (!!!) until Scott the absolute JERK called it off over the phone.

“We just left it on the sidelines,” he explained in 2010.   Tessa added “It’s hard when you’ve grown up with someone.” BE STILL, OUR HEARTS.

It’s literally like sacrificing love for sporting excellence.

Because they’ve actually won a shitload of titles – they were gold medallists at Vancouver in 2010, at Sochi in 2014 they won silver, and this year they’ve shook everyone – including Baz Luhrmann – with their Moulin Rouge routine.

Honestly, I think these guys just tease their fans/the world with hints at a relationship. Like what is THIS SHIT:

“We’re always telling stories, we’re supposed to be reacting, a man and woman on the ice, it’s romantic. What we have is such a cool relationship,” said Scott in a recent interview. “It’s more about a friendship, our working relationship is so strong. We take so much pride in that.”

Look tell us you’re not into each other til the cows come home mates, we’ll never be convinced.