On Saturday night at the opening weekend of Coachella 2016, Halsey broke the internet, or at least our Tumblr and Instagram feeds, by bringing special guest and shirtless wonder Brendon Urie on stage for a duet over the end of "New Americana" and Panic! classic "I Write Sins Not Tragedies".
This is basically peak PopBuzz.
But how did we get here? Let's retrace their steps and track the friendship history of Beebo and Halsey.
1) It all began with some simple tweets from a Panic! fangirl.
2) And then the album came out. And sh*t got real.
And a mutual admiration was born.
3) Soon he was praising the album to anyone who would listen.
But she managed to keep pretty chill about it.
4) Brendon covered "New Americana" on Periscope and gave it a piano-led "This Is Gospel" feel.
"Shout out Halsey, s'up Girl". S'up indeed Brendon. S'up indeed.
5) He name-dropped her to Pete Wentz on Beats 1.
6) Then he checked out her show.
And a friendship blossomed.
7) Halsey shared the Bday love.
8) And then, finally, the duet we never knew we needed took place!
The lovely Sarah Urie even captured the whole thing from the side of the stage.
What a time to be alive.
Plus the fan art is on point!
9) Oh, and the tweets afterwards were pretty adorable too!
@halsey thank YOU for allowing a musician like me to be a part of something so great. I had a blast and you are wonderful.— Brendon Urie (@brendonurie) April 17, 2016
Serious friendship goals.
So what's next guys? Duet on the next album? Joint tour? Make it happen!