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It's an unlikely friendship, along the lines of Wink Martindale and Barry White (they were besties!) but we are living for the Twitter exchanges between Mark Hamill and Ariana Grande.


It started just last month but we can already see a beautiful friendship growing between the "Thank U, Next" singer and Luke Skywalker.

The first exchange happened by accident when Hamill unknowingly included the title of Grande's song in a tweet.

When he realized what he had done he sent another tweet.

The tweet was brought to Grande's attention and she responded.

Cut to a short time later and Hamill sent this sweet message.

And, sure enough, the cuteness was returned.

It might be the strangest worlds colliding but we love it!




Many seemed concerned about Grande's ability to handle all this.





Grande fans were here for it too.




Okay, she's not a delicate flower.




And Twitter continues to love #ImACoolDad.




It all leads to this.

Oh, Twitter. When you're good, you're so good. Thank U, Next!

Ariana Grande - thank u, next youtu.be


H/T: Floor8, Comicbook.com

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