This is the duo we need in 2020, y’all! YouTuber Tana Mongeau and reality queen Paris Hilton were spotted absolutely gushing over each other on Twitter — and needless to say, we’re totally here for this friendship.
It all started with a tweet from the 21-year-old on December 31. “Forever inspired by @ParisHilton entire existence,” she wrote on New Year’s Eve, adding the growing heart emoji. To literally everyone’s pleasure, the older blonde, 38, retweeted the adorable shoutout, adding, “Love you Dizzy,” with a lovey smile emoji.
Naturally, fans and followers flocked to the comments section of Paris’ retweet, raving about the apparently good friendship that this sweet exchange seems to suggest. “Two of my favorite icons!!!” one fan wrote, while another added, “OMG AHAHSGSG I LIVEE.”
One user even made a great suggestion. “I love you guys being friends so much,” they wrote, adding two sobbing emojis. “Collab on a video icons!!!” We’d love that. Plus, we even saw a pretty solid fanmade photo manip of the girls standing together on the carpet for the 2019 Streamy Awards — and we almost thought it was real.
Clearly, fans weren’t the only ones flipping out about the exchange. Tana took to her Instagram Stories to immortalize the moment … and also use it as a marketing tool. Ah, YouTubers. “This is the only reason you should swipe up and buy a dizzy hoodie while they’re ON SALE FOR THE LAST TIME!” she wrote over a screengrab of Paris’ retweet, promoting her line of merch using the MTV star’s signature phrase on January 2.
Believe it or not, this wouldn’t be the first time the former Simple Life star has shouted out Tana on social media. The vlogger shared a series of DMs from her “mentor” back in late November. “Love you,” Paris wrote in the DM. “You are so authentic, open and honest. I f—kin love it.” The reality babe was definitely shook, responding, “Paris, I’m framing this. [You] have my heart.”
She captioned the screengrab of their chat, “My mentor don’t play @parishilton,” on her Instagram Story. “[You] should see the s—t we say that I won’t post.” Uh … we think it’s time to share, T.