Ariana Grande's online persona hybrid — of giggly, gushing pop angel who dutifully loves nothing more than her fans meets eye-rolling, hot-takes queen — has launched her to social media giant status over the past year.
So naturally, given the pop star's Twitter clout, on top of our collective cultural obsession with famous people praising each other, social media lost it when Mark Hamill aka Luke Skywalker unknowingly tweeted the title of Ariana's break-up anthem "Thank U, Next:"
Hamill, like the pop culture-ignorant Jedi that he is, admitted that he hadn't meant to quote Ari, and just thought he was tweeting a "random phrase." But the sweet Hollywood Jim revealed himself as a fan, admiringly called her "one of the most popular artists in showbiz" and apologized "#ImSorryAri."
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