Czisny and Kostner, Chan and Sawyer, Joubert and Van der Perren, or Joubert and Plushenko (lol), Nagasu and Murakami
Chan in the rink with Joubert, Plushenko, and anyone else he insulted/trash-talked
Javier Fernandez dressed as a matador in a rink with a bull on ice skates. (still same-sex)
I like the Buttle/Brezina pairing, but they'd look like some creepy gay twins.
Some others, as I try to match body types or create dwarf tossing scenarios
Harding/Cohen (could you imagine the lifts and throws??)
Weir/Belbin (yes, I realize...but it's a gray area...)
Flatt/Reynolds (again, yes, I realize...but...)
Asada/Bauil (before the vodka and potatoes)
Leonova/Suzuki (or Liashenko)
Baldwin/either of the Wirtzes
I'm quite amazed no one thus far has suggested the most obvious:
Kerrigan and Harding
That might sell a few seats
This thread has me flashing back to my competitive days. Each year our rink would host an ice dance weekend and the Lieb family would come. Identical twin teenage boys Raphael and Eli--both superb dancers--would give us a show each year by dancing the Kilian together (after much goading and pleading). It was rather surreal, watching the two blond heads fly across the ice side-by-side. That was eons ago before the internet and small video cameras unfortunately.
gwendal peizerat and peter tchernyshev
Chen Lu and Yuka Sato or Chen Lu and Shizuka Arakawa
Navarro & Belbin
is there anyone suitable enough to pair with chris dean?
Mirai Nagasu and Kanako Murakami
Jutta (Lötzsch) Müller and Irene Salzmann
I wonder if there is any film from this competition.Jutta Müller, born Jutta Lötzsch (December 13, 1928) is a German former figure skater and one of the most successful figure skating coaches worldwide.
Born in Chemnitz, Saxony, she became East German champion 1949 in double women pair skating. This category was invented due to the lack of men in Germany after World War II. Her partner was Irene Salzmann.