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Tessa And Scott Finally Sat Down With Ellen And We Have The Show Clips

Most of you already know that Olympic ice dance couple Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir were sitting down with Ellen. And to say that Tessa and Scott fans were freaking out about it would be an understatement. 

i swear the WHOLE WORLD is waiting for Mar 20 when tessa and scott goes on ellen. #virtuemoir

March 14, 2018


March 12, 2018

I am honestly considering skipping my last period on Tuesday to watch Tessa and Scott live on Ellen, oops? #VirtueMoir

March 19, 2018

Tessa and Scott are going to be on Ellen in 2 days. #virtuemoir

March 18, 2018

tessa and scott are going to be on ellen and you know what she's gonna do #VirtueMoirOnEllen

March 13, 2018

Olympic ice dancing gold medalists @tessavirtue17 and @scottmoir14 are here, and they may or may not be dating. Find out tomorrow.

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