Canadian Olympic Ice Dance Partners Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir Actually Did Date And Their Childhood Coach Spilled All The Tea
They are couple goals after all...
Canadian ice dance partners Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir have been serving up Canadians everywhere some seriously angsty unrequited love couple goals. There's nothing Canada wants more than these two to FINALLY hook up and give us some Olympic champion offsprings.
I mean the pair have been dancing together for 20 years and have brought Canada gold medal wins in 3 Olympic Games. They even had a 7 episode reality show surrounding their relationship (sidenote if you haven't seen Tessa & Scott - PLEASE watch it).
And with dances like the Moulin Rouge number they performed last night at the 2018 Olympic Winter Games in Pyeongchang, you can't deny they have passion and chemistry. FYI - they almost beat their personal best score of 118.33 points with the routine (scoring 118.10 points), and helped team Canada take home one more gold.
However when it comes to their personal relationship, there might just be some tea about a former dating history. Tessa and Scott's childhood coach Paul Macintosh said a few choice words on the couples' childhood romance.
Paul let it be known that the couple 'dated' back when they were 7 & 9 but were so shy that they barely even looked or spoke to each other. Adding that "the whole world would like them to date. But they were dating at age 9 and 7, I think Scotty broke it off. And he would say that it's 19 or 20 years of regret."
Now If the pair could find a way to rekindle the old flame, Canada (and now the world) would greatly appreciate it - but no pressure Tessa and Scott.