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Tessa Virtue Watching The Olympics On The Couch In Her Costume & Skates Is Such A Mood

It's her gold medal-winning look from the 2018 Olympics!

Tessa Virtue Watched The Olympics In Her Gold Medal Outfit & Skates

If you thought you had Olympic fever, take a look at this! Former Canadian Olympian Tessa Virtue shared an amazing TikTok of her watching the Games on the couch while decked out in her costume and skates.

In the video, she puts her skates up on the coffee table, munches on popcorn and gets a beer while staying focused on the TV. The text over the TikTok couldn't be more accurate: "Tell me you miss the Olympics without telling me you miss the Olympics."

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Virtue is in the costume she wore at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang when she and figure skating partner Scott Moir won gold in ice dance. She also has her Team Canada jacket and gloves beside her on the couch.

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