Social media wants Schumer and Lawrence to host 2017 Golden Globes

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Despite competing against each other at the Golden Globe Awards, there was no love loss between Amy Schumer and Jennifer Lawrence.

Lawrence went on to win the award for “Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy” for her role in David O. Russell’s Joy (Schumer was nominated for her turn in the comedy Trainwreck), but in Twitter’s eyes, both leading ladies were winners on the night.

BFFs in real life, Schumer and Lawrence appeared together onstage at the ceremony to promote each other’s films (Trainwreck and Joy were also battling it out in the “Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy” category), and the reaction on Twitter was unanimously positive.

The two Hollywood actresses have undeniable chemistry, which they used in their dialogue to riff on everything from Hollywood nicknames (“J.Law” and “A.Schu”) to the pressure on female actors in the industry. At one point, Schumer almost dropped the c-bomb, before being interrupted by Lawrence, to roars of laughter from the star-studded crowd.

Although it was a brief moment in the three-hour long coverage, it caught Twitter’s attention (much like Leonardo DiCaprio’s eyebrows). Even within the lighthearted context of the Globes – which has transformed into the Oscar’s rowdy young sibling – Twitter was so taken with the two besties that users started petitioning the Globes to get them to host next year’s ceremony.