The following description is a tweaked version of what I wrote for a previous GS thread long ago:
I hope that you have seen the wonderful video of D/W seizing their first opportunity to congratulate Virtue/Moir at the Vancouver Olympics. Before the medal ceremony, V/M were in the middle of a TV interview when D/W apparently needed to walk by (on their way to some kind of holding area, I think). At first, D/W must have paused out of camera range, but Moir spotted them out of the corner of his eye -- and as he continued to answer a question, he reached toward Davis, who happily slipped under his beckoning arm for a long and warm bear hug. White came up behind Virtue to surprise her with one, as he laughed, "We couldn't wait -- I'm sorry!" [meaning D/W could not wait to celebrate with V/M]. Then the two guys hugged each other tightly, as their partners did the same. A lovely class act of mutual affection and respect by all four together. V/M clearly were highly appreciative of D/W's elation for them -- all the more, I believe, because V/M felt true compassion that their friends had come so close themselves to winning. I think Tessa and Scott in turn were very excited for D/W that the Americans had skated so well and earned the silver, and Moir esp. had a hard time letting go of Davis, as if he partly wanted to silently comfort her that the gold had been just barely out of D/W's grasp.
It so happens that Davis reminisced about this special memory in a new NBC interview published this week (Dec 16, 2013):
NBCOlympics: After the free dance, did you see each other backstage? How would that all go?
Davis: I remember I was able to kind of hold in my emotions talking to everyone backstage. And for some reason it wasn't until I saw Scott and Tessa and it was kind of the four of us – they were being interviewed by a French-Canadian channel specifically, I remember – and Charlie and I walked over to congratulate them and I just lost it. Just because I think at that point in time in particular we understood each other so well and what we had been through. I think we weren't only proud of ourselves but I think we were really proud of them and what the four of us had been able to accomplish kind of in our own right. So I think that being able to share that experience with someone and another team really kind of brought out that emotion in me.