So much of what we do on the ice is showing a man and a woman, and even our Mahler program, a lot of that was talk about a proposal and the marriage and the joy that comes with that.So it's a fun opportunity for us to sort of play with that." But the two, who are not dating, don't have wedding bells in their future.We want to go out there and we know the opportunities will be there if we do our job, which is winning gold.So we have to make sure we take care of that first and foremost.
They're three cities into the Stars On Ice tour, which will cover 12 Canadian stops in three weeks, including Friday night in Toronto."We have to enjoy the process, and we have to take these moments now while we're still competing, and just look around and think: Lucky us.Lucky us that we get to be here, everyone is fussing over us, we're getting our hair and makeup done," says Virtue, looking stunning in a strapless wedding gown."They'll have to last for us to (get to any games), hopefully they get to the second round because Stars on Ice will take us at least to the end of the first round," Moir said.The 23-year-old Virtue and Moir, 25, will take a couple of weeks off at the end of May. Then, it's all business until the Sochi Olympics for the ice dancers who to climb to the top of the podium once more before the curtain comes down on their careers.