Tessa virtue and scott moir dating interview
But Scott put an end to that rather quickly by calling young Tessa on the phone and declaring, “Tess, I don’t want to go out with you anymore” right before hanging up on her!
But that was when they were young and “cooties” were still likely a thing.
It’s to the point where even the longtime professional figure skating partners themselves have a hard time defining the dynamics of their unmistakable rapport!
One thing’s for sure, though: they definitely have a strong, almost intangible connection of some kind, which has had fans guessing about their relationship status from the start.
However, Tessa and Scott did share some tender feelings for one another when they first met at the tender ages of 7 and 9, respectively.
As kids, they were even briefly ‘married’ for a time.
As per some online sources, his net worth of 2018 is accumulated to be .
At the beginning of his career, Moir started skating alongside Tessa Virtue in 1997.
Coming straight from the horses’ mouths, Scott Moir, 30, and Tessa Virtue, 28, admittedly share a very “complicated” relationship.
Likewise, Moir became 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics silver medalist with his partner Tessa Virtue in ice dancing competitions. Besides his career in skating, Moir along with Virtue and co-writer Steve Milton published a book about their career called ‘Tessa and Scott: Our Journey from Childhood Dream to Gold’ in October 2010.
In 2013, he appeared in a television show called Tessa and Scott along with his partner Tessa The handsome hunk Moir is currently single and seems very secretive about his personal profile related to his love life, girlfriend, an affair.
They’ve been asked often since the Olympics whether they are retiring. “It definitely feels like [this is our last Olympics],” Moir said on TODAY in Pyeong Chang, hours after their ice dance gold. Virtue and Moir took two years off after the 2014 Sochi Olympics before announcing their comeback in February 2016.
They won all but one of their competitions in the 2016--18 seasons, becoming the first skaters to earn five Olympic medals (boosted by team-event silver and gold in 20). Olympic ice dance bronze medalists Maia Shibutani and Alex Shibutani took the 2018-19 season off and haven’t said whether they will return at some point.