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Ice dancing silver and bronze winners aren't impressed

Despite the judges and countless other viewers enjoying every second of the sexy ice-show that Canadians Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir gifted to the world, the reactions on the faces of the silver and bronze medal winners after the gold medal announcement says more than any words could ever convey. Skip ahead to about the 45-second mark for the gold medal reactions.

Canada’s ice dancing team of Virtue and Moir, which sounds like the title of a childhood fable teaching kids right from wrong, have been burning up the ice with their sensual frozen dance-sculpting for years and years. They won gold in Vancouver in 2010, they scored a silver medal in Sochi in 2014 and they just solidified their dynasty with yet another gold medal in PyeongChang.

The couple’s steamy performance ignited the audience’s emotions and the judges took notice in PyeongChang as they set a short dance record score on Sunday, and then set another high score in overall points to earn back their Olympic kingdom.

Gold medal winners Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir of Canada celebrate during the victory ceremony for the Figure Skating Ice Dance Free Dance on day eleven of the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games. (Getty Images)

The French team of Gabriella Papadakis and Guillaume Cizeron won silver and the American sibling duo known as the “Shib-Sibs” took home the bronze medal.

But seriously, they don’t seem to care.

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