Fans are obsessed with Justin Bieber and Tom Holland‘s friendship, and honestly, we don’t blame them! During their corornavirus self-isolation at home, both superstars hopped on Instagram Live and, unbeknownst to them, formed the bromance that no one knew they needed.

During the livestream, the two totally fanned out over each other’s work.

“Bro, such a big fan, man,” Justin said. Tom responded, “Likewise, bro!”

They also got real about how they’ve been coping with the social distancing.

“Good. Good, I’m really good. I’m just trying to pass the time, you know. I’m getting a little bored, but I’m good,” Justin admitted, while Tom explained that production on the film he was working on had been halted due to the illness. He said, “We went to for day 1 — I’m doing this movie called Uncharted, which is based on a video game—and we showed up for our first day of shooting and they shut us down. I was in Berlin, so I had to come home and now I’m back in London.”

For those who missed it, the World Health Organization has reported that over reported that over 950,000 people have contracted virus so far, resulting in more than 48,000 deaths Medical professionals have called for “social distancing” to prevent further spreading of the illness, which is defined as “trying to keep yourself away from other people, especially large crowds.” Because of this many events, concerts and festivals have been canceled, including all Broadway plays and sports games. People have been asked to avoid public spaces and quarantine themselves during this time.

As fans know, the meet up between Justin and Tom came a little over a month after the Spider-Man star gushed over the singer’s Seasons docuseries and said he was “really happy that [Justin is] happy.”

Naturally, Justin acknowledged this when the two got on Instagram Live together.

“Dude, thank you for saying what you said about my documentary. Dude, that meant so much,” he said.

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