Everyone knows the beloved actress, comedian, and host of Ellen, Ellen DeGeneres. Well, this Tuesday, Ellen had two people everyone may not know on her show; Olympic Ice Dancers Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir. They are both from London, Ontario, Canada. The pair first began working together in 1997 when Moir was only ten and Virtue only eight. They won silver at the 2014 Olympics in Sochi, and gold at this year's Olympics in Pyeongchang.
Of course, part of what makes a pair compelling to watch is their on ice chemistry.
Well, Ellen asked the two what we were all wondering...
They both denied it, but as Virtue said, it's a compliment because that means they're succeeding in 'telling a story.'
Others shared our skepticism...
scott and tessa literally just denied being a couple bUT PEOPLE ARE EVEN MORE CONVINCED THAT THEY ARE AN ACTUAL COUPLE? LMAO I LOVE IT— alex (@poedamnrn) March 20, 2018
Others were just waiting for the Hollywood ending to their story...
Thanks for trying😂— CintiBere (@CiNTi_BeRe) March 20, 2018
We need a RomCom with a different, happier ending about these two. I volunteer to write it😂😂
its called AO3 and there are more than 275 happy endings written for these 2 dummies who can't seem to figure out what the rest of the world can so plainly see!— YNMD Seeks Platonic Canadian Business Partner (@yoganerdmd) March 20, 2018
😲😲 woww... Haha I guess I'm too old for fanfics but I just love movies and happy endings 🤣— CintiBere (@CiNTi_BeRe) March 20, 2018
you and Scott Moir both! (literally - he has said on camera he loves rom coms where the couple ends up together and everything is happy in the end because the man is trying to kill us all)— YNMD Seeks Platonic Canadian Business Partner (@yoganerdmd) March 20, 2018
But mostly, people just praised Ellen for trying to get to the truth...
you are our own personal hero thank you for blessing us this day— callista (@hicallista) March 20, 2018
Ellen: So you're gonna marry different people and you stay together, i see...haha i love you Ellen😛😂— Bethzhaey (@alumanglas22) March 20, 2018
If anyone could have gotten them to break, Ellen, it would've been you. You spoke for us all.— MaryScarlett2u (@MaryScarlett2u) March 20, 2018
Ellen, thank you for doing this. You’re a member of the fandom now, no? 😉❤️— Tessa and Scott (@virtuemoir29) March 21, 2018