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Milo Ventimiglia just sat down with BuzzFeed to discuss his new movie, Second Act. While BuzzFeed had Ventimiglia around, they sat him down to read some "Thirst Tweets."


Milo is best known for his role as Jack Pearson, also known as everyone's favorite dad in This Is Us.

On December 20, his new film with Vanessa Hudgens and Jennifer Lopez will hit theaters. Milo plays the male lead, Trey, and will surely make hearts throb everywhere.

From Gilmore Girls to Heroes to This Is Us, Milo has developed quite the fan base. And the thing about his fans is that they are all completely in love with him.

BuzzFeed decided to take advantage of his fans' affections and asked Milo to read "Thirst Tweets." For those unfamiliar, the series features especially appealing celebrities reading tweets in which fans profess their love and desire for them.

Milo Ventimiglia Reads Thirst Tweets youtu.be

The internet is living for Milo's humble and endearing reading of his "Thirst Tweets."








Others wished they could claim one of the tweets.




Thank you, BuzzFeed, for this gift we didn't know we needed.

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