Meet the Canadian skaters who chose to not perform one part of their routine.
A pair of Canadian ice skaters helped their team win a gold medal on Monday. They did so while toning down their routine.
Scott Moir and Tessa Virtue, gold medalists from Canada, decided to take out a "raunchy" part of their routine. The move had been described as "X-rated."
The move consisted of Moir lifting Virtue up into the air as she straddles his face with her legs. It's certainly passionate and maybe a bit extreme for the Olympics. So, they took it out.
"When we slowed [the routine] down and looked on the video, it wasn’t aesthetically that beautiful of a position. So we wanted to change it, make it a little bit better," Moir told reporters.
Virtue said that she liked how that move made a statement and was "edgy." However, it wasn't the right fit for the Olympics.
This time, the pair used positions that "fit a little better."
This was the move:
Moir and Virtue have been skating together for a while. They now each have four Olympic medals - tied for the most of anyone in their sport.
The two teamed up in 1997 and have been together since. They won a gold medal in ice dancing in the 2010 Winter Olympics, a silver medal in both ice dancing and the team event at the 2014 Winter Olympics and took home the gold in the team event in 2018.
The two will compete again in the ice dancing event next week. It's set to take place on Monday, Feb. 19 with the finals that Tuesday.