It seems as if everyone is rooting for Leonardo DiCaprio to take home his first-ever Oscar on Sunday -- even Adele!
Hours before the 88th Annual Academy Awards, the "Hello" singer took to social media to wish The Revenant actor "good luck" ahead of the night honoring film's best and brightest stars.
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"Good luck, Leo! Everyone loves you because you're the best," the British singer -- also an Oscar winner -- captioned a photo of herself standing on the iconic stairs from one of DiCaprio's most well-known movies, Titanic. "Meet me at the clock anytime, bruv.X."
As many Titanic fans can recall, the clock is the famous meeting point of lovers Jack Dawson (DiCaprio) and Rose DeWitt Bukater (Kate Winslet).
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Fans immediately commented on the adorable gesture, writing things like, "OMG I AM FANGIRLING SO HARD RIGHT NOW!!!" "Rose, is that you?!" "If Adele says it, he will win," and "WTF I NEED OXYGEN!"
We think it's safe to say, fans will never let go of this epic pre-Oscars moment!
Although this marks DiCaprio's sixth Academy Award nomination, the 41-year-old actor has yet to take home a golden statuette. DiCaprio is nominated for Best Actor for his portrayal of frontiersman Hugh Glass in The Revenant. He was previously nominated for The Wolf of Wall Street, Blood Diamond, The Aviator, and What's Eating Gilbert Grape.
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The real party kicks off Sunday live from the Dolby Theatre at the Hollywood and Highland Center in Los Angeles. As we patiently wait to see if DiCaprio will take home a shiny golden Oscar, press play on the video below to hear Winslet explain why she's #TeamLeo.
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