Still shocked from Erin Moran's death late last night.
She was just 56 years old.
The Love Actually mini-sequel for Red Nose Day finally aired on Friday, and while we don't want to spoil anything for you… we couldn't NOT post this amazing moment!
As you might remember in the original, Hugh Grant, the most adorable Prime Minister of all time, releases his stress by having a dance around 10 Downing Street to Jump For My Love by The Pointer Sisters.
Well, how could they let a sequel go without recreating the iconic moment??
Only, this time it's Drake's Hotline Bling — and Hugh isn't quite so spritely as he once was…
Ch-ch-check out the amazing clip (below)!
Christmas is coming early this year!
(Yes, even Mr. Bean will be back!!)
Watch the video (above) to see the cast members tease their return spoofing an iconic scene from the holiday rom-com — and check out the Red Nose Day special on May 25 at 10 p.m. EST on NBC.
We know the Love Actually sequel is just going to be a 10 minute sketch for BBC's charity event Red Nose Day, but with nearly the entire cast returning, we're probably going to fall in love again anyway.
In the first teaser for the special, Andrew Lincoln is back with those cue cards with a special message just for us.
Of course, Andy couldn't shave or cut his hair because of his day job on The Walking Dead, so we're left to wonder if Mark wandered the streets and became a vagrant in a perpetual depressed Keira Knightley-less existence.
That actually would be pretty funny…
Somebody pinch us!
It appears our dreams have come true as Hugh Grant has reprised his role from Love Actually for the Red Nose Day reunion. So exciting!
On Sunday, Emma Freud (who is producing the 10-minute short) took to Twitter to share behind-the-scenes snaps of the 56-year-old filming alongside his onscreen love interest, Martine McCutcheon. Awwww.
In case you forgot, in the original flick, the industry vet famously played a fictional British Prime Minister who falls in love with one of his aides around Christmas. And *spoilers* in the sequel, it seems like Hugh and Martine's characters are still very much in love!
Miz Freud posted:
It's actually happening!
It was reported this week that some of the cast of Love Actually would be reuniting to make a short film for Red Nose Day, the star studded event that supports British charity Comic Relief.
Since Love Actually director Richard Curtis co-founded the charity in 1985, it's about damn time he reunited the cast of the beloved holiday rom-com for a good cause!
And it looks like filming has already begun! Emma Freund, the script editor for Love Actually, shared a few pictures from set featuring Liam Neeson back in that toasty turtleneck.
The scene shot featured Neeson (Daniel) and Thomas Brodie-Sangster (Daniel's step-son, Sam) at the location where the two talked about Sam's crush Johanna in the original film:
Awards season is in full swing!
Wednesday morning the SAG Awards announced their nominations!
Ch-ch-check out the full list of nominees (below) and let us know if you're surprised by any of the nods!
Awards season is in full swing.
How do we know this? Well, on Monday morning, the nominees for the 74th Golden Globes were announced!
And since 2016 gave us so many phenomenal films and TV shows, it's no wonder the nominations list read by Don Cheadle, Laura Dern, and Anna Kendrick was chock-full of A-listers honored by the Hollywood Foreign Press.
Jimmy Fallon is gonna have all kinds of fun teasing these celebs while hosting the Globes at the start of next year! LOLz.
Ch-ch-check out the full list of nominees (below)!