Ariana Grande and Mark Hamill have given us the most ambitious crossover event in history, so we can all go home now.
It all started when the Star Wars legend had a slight awkward moment on Twitter, accidentally tweeting the name of Aris new single.
The unknowing 67-year-old, aka Luke Skywalker himself, innocently tweeted: ”Thank you, next” #TwitterTest4Twits, not realising those three words were the title of the biggest song in the world at the moment.
Ariana then assumed he had meant to share lyrics from her song – because why not? – and quote-tweeted his post, telling her 58.7million followers: I cant breathe.
Which is fair enough, but he wasnt actually meaning to quote the 25-year-olds song.
So far, so awkward.
Clearly someone gave Mark the heads up soon after, as he returned to Twitter to apologise to Miss Grande, and corrected his language as well.
You know youre out of it when someone suggests you tweet what you think is just a random phrase that turns out to be the title of the new album by @ArianaGrande, one of the most popular artists in the history of showbiz. #ImSorryAri #ItsUnotYou, he later shared.
And how did Ari feel about the whole mishap? Well she wants to get his reply tattooed on her forehead.
Can someone get these two a show where they run around solving crime together?
Arianas post comes after she came for all our wigs – including Mark Hamills, apparently – with her new single, aimed at her ex boyfriends, after her split from fiancé Pete Davidson.
But she revealed shes still as sassy as ever, following their split, as she gave her frank opinion on marriage.
In fact, she couldnt help but be petty after noticing an Instagram post about choosing the perfect engagement ring.
The Zoe Report posted a natural hand-shot of various alternative engagement rings with the caption: 13 tips & tricks for finding the perfect engagement ring (including the popular metal you should actually avoid).
Ari raised eyebrows around the world with her simply input of: Dont.
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