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Tessa Virtue Shared A Throwback Of Her & Scott Moir That Has All The Olympic Feels (VIDEO)

Canadians may not have been able to enjoy watching the Olympics this year, but they can at least enjoy a fun throwback shared by Tessa Virtue.

The Canadian ice dancer posted a video montage of her and her on-ice partner, Scott Moir.

It features numerous clips of the pair spending time together, having a few laughs, and showing off their dance moves, all set to Blondie's "Heart of Glass."

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The video was created by an account called @tessavirtueedits, and Virtue herself gave them some cred on Instagram for their work.

"Love this video @tessavirtuedits!! Thanks for making me smile 😊💃🏻🕺🏻#teamworkmakesthedreamwork #tbt," her caption reads.

Virtue and Moir officially retired from ice dancing in 2019, sharing the announcement in an emotional video taken while skating around a rink.

Both were presented with honorary doctorates from Western University in their hometown of London, Ontario.

Virtue has been spending time with her boyfriend, Morgan Rielly of the Toronto Maple Leafs, and the pair even got a puppy together

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