But then again, these “clues” to something more than friendly affection may just be avid fans grasping at straws to make their dream come true. “We still really enjoy skating together and I think that’s why we still are.” As to their on-ice chemistry, they insist that the connection that people see means that they’re doing the job right.“We’re always telling stories, we’re supposed to be reacting, a man and woman on the ice, it’s romantic.Speaking while promoting the new series of American Idol on Wednesday, Lionel told US Weekly: 'I'm scared to death, are you kidding me? I'm the dad, come on.' As well as being a self-confessed 'sex addict' and notorious womanizer, Scott is a father-of-three, raising three children, Mason, seven, Penelope, five, and Reign, two, with ex-girlfriend of 10 years Kourtney Kardashian, 38.Earlier this week, Scott and Sofia were seen packing on the PDA during yet another romantic break, this time to Puerto Vallarta in Mexico.Lionel Richie has admitted he is 'scared to death' that his teenage daughter Sofia, 19, is dating ladies' man Scott Disick, 34.The legendary musician, 68, said he was 'in shock' over his youngest child's choice of 'sex addict' boyfriend.
“But they were ‘dating’ at age nine and seven, and I think Scotty broke it off.
Publicly, the answer is no — although the duo pointedly avoided the question when Hoda Kotb and Savannah Guthrie directly asked them about their relationship on program. We knew we wanted to skate to that music.” “Guess mission accomplished,” Moir, 30, added.
“That was the story we were telling, so I’m happy that you fell in love with that.” The pair have been dancing together since their ages were in the single digits.
Added Virtue: “It’s hard when you’ve grown up with someone.” They even dabbled in the world of reality TV with a show called Ever since that early romance failed to take flight, they’ve been focused on their expertise on ice as a duo, starting to make waves early on in junior competitions. Watch Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir's full ' Roxanne' documentary here: https://t.co/yh5pj ZPd QV pic.twitter.com/K9Ym CV62C8 — CBC Olympics (@CBCOlympics) February 6, 2018 To the disappointment of many fans, especially longtime Canadian followers who have watched them for years, Virtue and Moir maintain that their relationship is strictly platonic — and has always been, except for that childhood blip.
They first made it to the Olympics in Vancouver in 2010, taking gold together with a free dance program. After a two-year break, they decided they hadn’t quite finished with their tenure in ice competition, and so returned for this round in Pyeong Chang, to the surprise of many. In a 2014 interview, Moir — who had a girlfriend at the time — admitted that being in a separate relationship could be “tough.” (Virtue said she’d make a terrible girlfriend, because of her commitment to their sport.) Virtue has also said that their relationship is “complicated,” given all that time they’ve spent together training over the years.
Here’s everything we know about the skaters who have won the world’s hearts — platonically. Moir’s aunt, a skating coach for both of them as singles, decided to try pairing them as dancing partners when they were just kids.