Tara Lipinski

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Tara Lipinski—who remains the youngest individual gold medalist in the history of the Olympic Winter Games, winning at just 15 years old—just proved she can still work the ice.

This time in a bathrobe with a White Russian cocktail in her hand!

Doing an impression of the "The Dude" like only she can, the retired figure skater rocked and literally rolled in a solo performance at the Rockefeller Center rink celebrating Jimmy Fallon's last week on Late Night, as he moves up a slot to The Tonight Show.

The entertaining skit, titled The Big Lipinski, is a play on the cult-film classic The Big Lebowski, complete with music from the flick, Kenny Rogers' "Just Dropped In (to See What Condition My Condition Was In)." And it's a must-see!

While Lipinski was skating around the rink with an adult beverage in tow, gold medalist Evan Lysacek paid Sesame Street a visit to teach the kiddies about confidence!

In the video below, a fearless Lysacek joins forces with an equally bold Elmo to teach Stinky the monster and the little viewers at home how to be confident.

The figure skating champ won't be competing in the 2014 Winter Games due to a hip injury. He's focused on recovery right now, saying, "I'm going to have to put the same focus on recovery and getting healthy that I put into training," but both he and Lipinski will be present at the Sochi Games, joining other former Olympians as special correspondents for the Today show.

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