"she legit stole my heart."
Lilly Singh shared a video of herself grooving to ‘Chura Ke Dil Mera’ with Drew Barrymore.
The famous song is from the 1994 film Main Khiladi Tu Anari, which starred Akshay Kumar and Shilpa Shetty.
Lilly had gone on to The Drew Barrymore Show to promote her book Be A Triangle.
Lilly shared what went down behind the scenes with her 11.2 million Instagram followers and it is safe to say that they had a fun time.
Drew was seen in a navy top and matching skirt while Lilly sported a white blazer.
The video shows the pair dancing in sync while ‘Chura Ke Dil Mera’ plays in the background.
Drew then turns it up a notch by acting as if she is pulling Lilly’s heart out. She then lip-syncs to the song while Lilly pretends to faint after having her heart stolen.
Lilly captioned the post: “Finally met Drew Barrymore and she legit stole my heart. Also, didn’t she nail this?! Ugh. A Queen.”
She went on to say that she had an “absolute blast” on The Drew Barrymore Show.
Lilly even revealed how she became friends with the Hollywood actress.
She said: “Fun fact, Drew and I met virtually during the pandemic and instantly became textually active friends, but this was our first time meeting in person.”
Lilly described the meeting as “magical and real”.
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The dance video garnered admiration from various celebrities.
Akshay Kumar commented: “This is all heart. Drew-ling over this one. Drew Barrymore, Lilly Singh, this is so cool!”
Freida Pinto said: “Omg!!! This IS EVERYTHING! Best thing I’ve seen in a long time.”
Kal Penn reacted: “Hahaha amazing!”
Karan Johar said: “Love love love this.”
One fan wrote: “Drew’s expression is so cute.”
Another netizen said: “Confession – I used to watch so many Bollywood movies with my mom when I was in high school.
“You guys nailed this scene… the drama on point.”
Lilly Singh previously opened up on her bisexuality.
She said: “A big part of it was learning how to flirt with girls, which is something I’d never done before.
“I downloaded dating apps for the first time; I messaged girls for the first time.
“It was strange because I was used to having girls as friends and now the whole dynamic had changed.”
Her rule when being with women is that the line between “just hanging out, doing girl things” and dating should never be blurred.
She continued: “I don’t want to get my nails done with someone I could potentially date.
“I don’t want to get dressed, drink and dance with them the way I do with my female friends.
“I don’t want to do my eyeliner in the mirror with them; it makes me want to die.”
Lilly admitted that she made some dating app mistakes.
“The first time I messaged a girl on a dating app, I called her sis.
“I literally had to stop and chastise myself and be like ‘No. Bad.’ I’m getting better at it but navigating this new realm of flirting is still a work in progress.”