“This is the year you have to try out everything you can.
Next year is a little bit of a big year and that puts pressure on us to really make sure we focus on what’s important.” Of course this first-half world-beating is a tad shocking.
But all this begs the question: if you've been instructed on exactly how to run your hands up and down a woman to make her feel sexy, does that make the chemistry more or less real?
There's always gossip amongst the skating world about who is dating whom - and on a previous episode of Tessa & Scott, we saw Tessa agree to a date with another skater, not Scott. Throughout the coaching this season we've seem them up the ante on sexual energy.
“Our main goal was to grow our skating and execute what we do in training.
We need to continue to do that these next three competitions to end off our year.
And in the moments after their win, Virtue, a 27-year-old from London, Ont., talked about their quest to come back stronger than ever.
Tessa and Scott lead the short dance competition with USA’s Madison Chock and Evans Bates in 2nd place.
Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir took the ice nearly two hours before the final skaters in Friday’s short program at the world figure skating championships — a two-year hiatus from the sport had dropped them down the world ranking, leading to the early start.
But when Canada’s ice dance darlings struck their final, dramatic pose to Prince’s “Purple Rain,” Virtue’s victorious fist pointed to the rafters, the mood among the adoring Hartwell Arena crowd was: game over.
She has said on the show that their relationship is complicated, not like husband and wife, not like dating, not like siblings... Her official statement on her dating life right now seems like just the response you would get if you asked us about an ex and why we're not dating yet.
She says she's too busy to date, not in the right spot for a relationship and couldn't be the type of girlfriend a guy would want.