Meryl Davis, Charlie White on Their 'Unique' Relationship

The gold medal-winning ice dancers discuss their performance and history together.
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work for us over there and Meryl Davis and Charlie white have made olympic history becoming the first American ice dancers ever to win gold. Amy got the chance to sit down with this incredibly talented twosome. Amy, what was that like? Lara, not only are they incredibly talented they're incredibly sweet. Meryl and Charlie were all smiles today with good reason, of course, a third medal around their necks and this time it was the color they were hoping for. It's been 17 years in the making, Meryl Davis and Charlie white setting world records and capturing gold in sochi talking about their win at the p&g home. How cool is it to wear the gold medal. It's pretty exciting. We won't be taking it off for a couple of days. You have two more at home. You have now one of every color. The athletes are a power couple on the ice but off it just friends. A lot of people are like how are they not together? How do you describe your relationship? It's difficult. I think it's so unique. It's so different from anything that most people are used to. You know, we grow up together. We started at 8 and 9 and we've been such a big part of each other's lives. I realized early on that once I had started getting with Charlie I no longer wanted to be by myself. Reporter: You personify love when you're on the ice. There is a love but plutonic but it looks like romantic love on the ice. We work really hard. Reporter: Is it ever awkward? Especially when we were younger -- Charlie is nodding his head. When you were 8 and 9 years old first learning to ice dance together, did you envision this? No. Honestly we had no idea what we were getting ourselves into. You know, we just love skating around the rink and I think that love translated itself into, you know, an amazing work ethic. Now into worldwide fame. You all have been compared to Disney characters. Someone did tell me that. Amazing. I love it. Belle I saw jasmine -- I'll take either one. That's great. When you set out to Russia, did you say to yourselves we are going to win gold? We're going to shoot for gold and I think that we really set ourselves up incredibly well to fight for it, focusing on the color of the medal. Focusing on, you know, the placement after we were done skating wasn't really going to help us get there. I think we really had the right mind-set focusing on the skating. You see how close they are now. But when Meryl and Charlie first started skating together apparently Meryl was too shy to even look at him so their coaches had to put a sticker on Charlie's forehead so Meryl would have a place to look and not feel awkward, josh. I mean they're so adorable. We're so happy for them. We are. Thanks for getting it done, Meryl and Charlie and Amy, as well. Time now, though to meet our guest olympian du jour today. "Entertainment weekly" calls her the Jennifer Lawrence of the slopes. Wow. Jamie Anderson! Congrats. Gold medalist for snowboarding slopestyle. So it's the great question I'm sure that you wondered about for years. What was it like when you Zhu one next to your name. It was an unbelievable feeling. It's almost indescribable. The whole journey to get to the olympics and to have that moment, amazing. And to be the first time this event has been -- you're a part of history. You're part of history. That's got to factor in. It's huge, yeah, just being an olympian alone is an honor but to be able to go there and win gold and have my family and friends there and -- so special. A lot of fish bowl questions here. Let's see what it says. Have you had an opportunity to try any authentic Russian cuisine and if so what was it and how did you like it? Yes, I was. I definitely embraced the culture and I had borscht which is their traditional soup. You liked it. Yes. Started snowboarding at 9, at 15 you're the youngest plan or woman to medal at the X games. How do you -- Unreal. Where do you go from here. One day at a time but it's been such a blessed ride every moment, every day that I just want to keep living for the moment and have fun. Jamie, on behalf of America thank you very much for that moment. It was amazing to see it. It is incredible.

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