Troye Sivan has just gone and shown off yet another talent, as he did an excellent impression of Michael Buble while covering Ariana Grandes thank u, next.
Honestly, if you closed your eyes youd think it was Buble himself.
The star was celebrating his pals success of landing a number one spot in the Billboard charts.
Taking to his Twitter, he shared a clip of himself singing the chorus, and put on his best Bube impression.
In the caption he joked: Michael Buble covers the #1 song in the country.
Fans were quick to comment on the video and teased the star about making a Christmas album.
One wrote: Im losing my mind over this.
Another joked: So youre making a Christmas album then.
Someone else commented: Okay I know this was a joke but Im obsessed.
However, there was one fan that Troye caught the eye of who was very impressed.
Thats right. Ariana Grande noticed the video and Retweeted it out to her fans.
Writing to her 58.7million followers, the star said: i love you more than anything in the whole wide world.
The 25-year-old songstress dropped her breakup anthem earlier this week, in which she charts her past relationships and thanks her ex-boyfriends for all that they taught her (love, patience and pain.)
On the song, Ariana, who reportedly checked with all those mentioned before releasing the track, sings: Thought Id end up with Sean/But he wasnt a match/Wrote some songs about Ricky/Now I listen and laugh.
Referencing her five-month relationship with funnyman Pete, she adds: Even almost got married/And for Pete, Im so thankful, before paying tribute to late rapper Mac, who died after an accidental overdose in September, with: Wish I could say, “Thank you” to Malcolm/Cause he was an angel.
The star has since opened up on her painful split with Pete, where she told her Twitter followers all about it.
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She said: what an interesting, challenging, painful and yet beautiful and exciting chapter of life ….. when it rains it pours but im embracing all of it.
im excited for whatever else the universe has in store for me. shes growing n shes grateful.
Or, in other words, thank u, next.
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