Tessa Virtue, Scott Moir will dance with Ellen Degeneres

Canada's figure skating darlings, ice dancers Tessa Virtue & Scott Moir, are set to appear on daytime's The Ellen Degeneres Show on March 20.

Hit daytime talk show confirms Canadian figure skating duo will appear March 20

Ice dance sensations Tessa Virtue & Scott Moir are set to appear on hit daytime's The Ellen Degeneres Show on March 20. (Kevin Light Photography)

They danced their way to two gold medals at the recent Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, and into the hearts of fans worldwide. Now, they will have the chance to dance on stage at The Ellen Degeneres Show (Ellen).

It's been confirmed in a tweet by Ellen show executive producer, Ed Glavin, that Canadian figure skaters Virtue and Moir will indeed appear on the hit daytime talk show on March 20.

Canada's darlings meet America's sweetheart

Canada's ice dancing darlings Virtue and Moir have been back in the studio, and posting new choreography videos like the one below … we added the new Ellen show theme music.

Once the cat was out of the bag, Virtue let us know the real reason behind the workouts …

What music should they pick? Perhaps Prince, or some true Canadiana?

Ellen Degeneres is known for her dancing and for getting her audience and guests into it. And though not everything about Virtue and Moir is clear … ahem … are they or aren't they? … one thing is certain, they will not disappoint. 


Not 1st Canadian Olympians on Ellen

But don't forget, Virtue and Moir won't be the only Canadian Olympians to appear on the Ellen show. Remember when mixed doubles curlers John Morris, and (some of) Kaitlyn Lawes made it during #PyeongChang2018?

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