Actress Jameela Jamil just shared a picture of her sitting on Jodie Comer lap and Twitter went crazy.
Jamil, co-star in The Good Place and Comer of Killing Eve are two of the brightest LGBTQ stars of the decade.
Put them together, and it’s no wonder the internet went wild.
Read on for the full story.
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Jameela Jamil, best known for her role as Tahini in the recently-canceled sitcom, The Good Place and Jodie Comer of Killing Eve are unarguably among the brightest LGBTQ stars of the decade.
Recently, Jamil shared a flashback photo of her sitting on Comer’s lap. Of course, Twitter blew up.
Take a look at the original tweet and some of the fan’s responses!
The caption said “Just a memory of sitting on Jodie Comer’s lap.”
Their fans all over the place, talking about how iconic the duo is.
And of course, expressing their feelings directly.
The amazing women are incredibly loved by their fans, and they don’t lose a second to show them that.
Breathtaking? Yes, indeed!
And another one of their fans expressing how jealous they are of the couple.
To be fair, this is not a memory anyone would want to forget about.
And the Killing Eve references had to appear.
One of their fans responded with one of the iconic FRIENDS gifs, stating “I’m so happy and not at all jealous.” And definitely not sarcastic.
Even John Iadarola twitted, because the have to give the beauty a role in Killing Eve. How epic would that be, right?
Some fans are rioting if the actress doesn’t win an Emmy, and that’s perfectly understandable.
And the big question comes.
It’s honestly beautiful to see all the support coming from their fans.
Young and old, everyone is happy for them!
Is there too much power in one picture? Well, if the fans are saying it, it must be true!
I love seeing all this excitement in one place.
Do you know that feeling when you don’t even know you need something? Well, their fans definitely do.
Jamil Came Out as Queer on Twitter in February
Jamil is no stranger to going viral on Twitter.
Back in February, the actress officially came out as queer in a Tweet after facing backlash for being “too straight” to play an LGBTQ roll.
Ironically, she then faced backlash for “suddenly” coming out. She actually quit social media for a little while.
So, the fact that she feels comfortable sharing a photo of her sitting on Jodie Comer’s lap shows that she’s managed to find the fun in Twitter again.