Alex and Maia Shibutani were the biggest American stars on the ice at the Winter Olympics. The brother-sister duo helped the United States win a bronze medal in team competition and then doubled up on medals with a bronze in ice dancing.
After returning home, the "ShibSibs" have been making the media rounds with interviews on programs like TODAY, LIVE with Kelly and Ryan and the Rachael Ray Show. This past weekend, they got the opportunity to attend the IHeart Radio Music Awards in Los Angeles.
The Shibutanis will now be joined by some of their U.S. teammates for the Stars on Ice tour. The kicks off on April 6 in Fort Myers, Florida and 22 stops are scheduled through May 20.
Team USA stars will visit major cities like Detroit, Chicago and Seattle. They have been putting on the Stars on Ice tour since 1986 and for many who participate, it is a leaping off point for more appearances and events in the coming years.
Some of the other standouts who will take part include reigning U.S. national singles champions Nathan Chen and Bradie Tennell and ice dancing gold medalists Madison Hubbell and Zachary Donohue. Chen and Tennell competed with the Shibutanis in the Olympic team event.
Another tour participant, Adam Rippon, has his own unique story attached to that bronze medal win for the U.S. With that victory, he became the first openly gay American male athlete to medal at the Winter Olympics.
Three-time Olympic medalists Meryl Davis and Charlie White are long-time crowd favorites who will show off their skills. Two 2014 Olympic medal winners from the team event, Ashley Wagner and Jason Brown, are also back to dazzle on the ice.
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Alex and Maia Shibutani on LIVE with Ryan and Kelly: