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Years before she was making us collectively sob as the heroine of Greta Gerwig's Lady Bird, Saoirse Ronan was just a 10-year-old who wanted more than anything to go to Florida. To win a ticket to the sunshine state, she called in to a local radio show doing an impression of the Ginger Bread man from Shrek...and in an extremely lucky turn of events, Graham Norton managed to track down the clip ahead of Ronan's appearance on his show this past Friday, January 18.



Saoirse Ronan's hilarious prank call won her a holiday! 😂 - BBC youtu.be

And just in case you've forgotten how good that impression is, here's a clip for reference:


Shrek (2001) - Do You Know the Muffin Man? Scene (2/10) | Movieclips www.youtube.com

Fans online weren't sure what was more adorable—Ronan's impression or her reaction after finding out she had won the tickets to Florida.




Of course, this is far form the first time on celebrity has impersonated another...


Celebrities Doing Impressions (With References) www.youtube.com


Celebrities Doing Celebrity Impressions| Celebrities Impersonating Other Celebrities www.youtube.com


10 Celebrity Impressions of Matthew McConaughey www.youtube.com

Ronan was appearing on The Graham Norton Show to promote her new movie, Mary, Queen of Scots, in which she portrays the titular royal.


Mary Queen of Scots Trailer #1 (2018) | Movieclips Trailers youtu.be


Fans are loving the new period drama, and they're loving Ronan in it!







Be sure to catch Saoirse Ronan in her new movies, or feel free to catch up on her past "work", such as this animated gem from 2001:


Shrek 2001 Official Trailer www.youtube.com

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