As if we didn't love her enough already: TikTok queen Charli D’Amelio proved just how relatable she truly is after recently fangirling over Taylor Swift. From Miss Americana's comment on her video to the freakout moment it soon called for, here's what went down.
It all started on September 23, when Charli posted a TikTok to one of Taylor’s songs using the "slow zoom" trend. Much to her surprise, it soon caught the eyes of a special somebody: Tay herself! "Hi, you’re adorable," Swift quickly commented.
Naturally, Charli was stunned to see Taylor's comment (which, well, who wouldn't be?) and quickly made a video response. In the TikTok, D'Amelio just stared wide-eyed at the camera in complete and utter shock. She captioned the video, "Hey Queen," with a crown emoji next to it.
Reply to @taylorswift hey queen 👑♬ Wildest Dreams (Taylor's Version) - Taylor Swift
Of course, many fans were equally as taken by Swift's comment as Charli was. Endless people began flooding the influencer's comments section congratulating her and sharing her excitement. We’re pretty sure an appearance from Queen Taylor deserves some major applause!
But that's not the only praise Miss D'Amelio is worthy of. In case you forgot, the lip-syncing star has been quite the busy lady these days. After cementing her reign on our TikTok screens, the teen reached another major milestone on September 3: the debut of her first-ever reality show, The D'Amelio Show.
If, by some chance, you haven't yet tuned in? The Hulu series follows the exciting lives of Charli and her family - including, of course, older sister Dixie. But it actually offers so much more than that. From opening up about mental health to the struggles that come with being in the spotlight, the D'Amelio Show shows Charli like never before.
"I feel like we're all really excited for people to see what goes on when we put the phone down," the TikTok star told PEOPLE. "I feel like throughout this entire journey - it happened so fast - that we still have to figure out how we're supposed to do this." Check it out for yourself on Hulu and, of course, stay tuned!