Everyone Is Freaking Out Over Tessa Virtue And Scott Moir And So Are We

Tessa Virtue, Scott Moir, Olympics

Whether you’ve been closely following the 2018 Winter Olympics coverage from Pyeongchang or have barely noticed the constant curling now available on TV, there’s a good chance you know that Canada’s Scott Moir and Tessa Virtue took home gold Monday night in the Pairs Ice Dance.

This isn’t the first time the pair have stood together on the Olympic podium. At the 2010 Winter Olympic games in Vancouver, they won gold on home ice.

Four years later, they took home silver at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics.

After clinching the gold medal on Monday night, Virtue and Moir became the most decorated figure skaters in the history of the Olympics.

It. Was. A. Moment.

Not only was their performance record setting for its high score, it was also super…hot. Like, I-can’t-believe-they-showed-that-on-TV hot. The stereotype of Canadians being too polite? Virtue and Moir just made our new stereotype that we’re all super hot, so thanks guys!

Canada is shook.

The world is shook.

Kidding/Not kidding.

While the pair’s win put Canada into a state of celebration, the world appears to be celebrating along with us. Mostly, they’re celebrating how hot our figure skaters are. It’s true. They’re hot.

Although the longtime skating partners deny they’re dating, no one is convinced. The world is invested in their story.

No one is buying the friendship story.

There could be an app for that.

It’s only fair.

A small wedding isn’t too much to ask for, right?

We’d settle for a kiss.

Fellow Canadian Ryan Reynolds is hoping the pair will raise his children to be champions.

Of course, one of the couple’s biggest shipper is SNL cast member Leslie Jones, who should get a gold medal for her coverage of the 2018 Winter Olympics.

Like lunch!

Everyone gets a gold medal!

Along with an Olympic gold medal, Virtue and Moir should get an Oscar for Best Performance by Friends who Aren’t A Couple But Look Like A Couple.