Tessa Virtue says Scott Moir missed mandatory practice for hockey final
She has seen his now-viral performance in the stands
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CELEBRITY Tessa Virtue
By now, many a Canadian has seen Scott Moir with a beer in hand, yelling at the ref during the gold medal game between Canada and the United States for women’s hockey. But what does Tessa Virtue think of his antics? Canada’s sweetheart has now spoken.
“My reaction when I didn’t have my partner-in-crime at the ‘mandatory’ exhibition practice today,” tweeted Virtue. “SO happy at least one of us could be there to cheer on our girls! I’m with you in spirit!!!!!”
My reaction when I didn’t have my partner-in-crime at the “mandatory” exhibition practice today ????— Tessa Virtue (@tessavirtue) February 22, 2018
SO happy at least one of us could be there to cheer on our girls! I’m with you in spirit!!!!!
omg expose him pic.twitter.com/aAmEFDhINy— Chris |-/ ???????? (@takeourshots) February 22, 2018
Can we say mascot Scott, everyone?
Maybe Virtue can cut him some slack since he was at an ice rink to support Canadian women, just not the right ice rink, nor the Canadian woman all of Canada seems to think he’s in a relationship with.
At least Moir had the decency to recognize how amazing his very professional partner is.
“You the real MVP! #bestpartnerever,” he tweeted back.
Or is Patrick Chan the true MVP for not bolting despite looking terrified beside an agitated Moir?
...and Patrick looks terrified ???? pic.twitter.com/4femm4ZT0v— Gianina Manansala (@TrippyFantana) February 22, 2018
You be the judge.
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