Olympic figure skaters Ashley Wagner and Adam Rippon are BFFs. Just look at their social media accounts.
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And while Ashley may not be competing at the Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, the 2014 bronze medalist has already made her mark on Rippon, who won bronze on Monday.
Specifically, a mark with her tooth -- on Rippon's forehead.
"Adam has a Harry Potter scar," Wagner told NBC, recounting the story. "He is the boy who lived, and he survived my tooth."
The pair says they went dancing at a club one night. Adam ended up dancing with another girl, and Ashley said she went to "save him" from her.
"And when Adam dances, he uses his head a lot," Ashley said, indicating that his head moves back and forth. "He's a full body dancer."
Adam said he was having the time of his life.
"And then tragedy struck," Adam said.
"Tooth met forehead," Ashley revealed, "and I bit a chunk out of his face."
Apparently, it was more than just a tiny scratch, as Adam described quite dramatically.
"That's the first time I ever felt a light breeze touch my brain," Adam said, adding that he could feel "brain juice and blood" coming down his face.
That apparently wasn't his biggest problem, according to Adam.
"I wasn't done dancing that night," he said.
It wasn't until he woke up the next morning that Adam decided this was serious enough to go to the emergency room.
"And she's like, 'Oh, my God. Are her teeth OK?'" Adam said. "And I was like, 'Oh, my God. That is so beside the point' because my head is still bleeding."
Ashley said Adam was left with an "awesome" scar.
"And every time I tell this story, people always ask how he's doing, and they never ask about my tooth," Ashley said.
Maybe in addition to being an awesome skater, Adam is an awesome healer. We're having a hard time finding this scar. But you take a look and be the judge.