Joan Rivers finally got to give Orlando Bloom a warm welcome to the neighborhood, while posing with an adorable handwritten sign, of course.
The fun duo spent some quality time together backstage at the 36-year-old actor's Romeo and Juliet Broadway performance on Saturday, Nov. 9 in New York City.
The Fashion Police star is holding up a sign that reads, "Where for art thou Orlando? I'm the original Juliet. I had to let the costume out, so what! More to love."
The two are grinning from ear to ear, and if we're judging by this adorable pic, they sure enjoyed each other's company.
The endearing exchange between the pair began when the 80-year-old comedian held a cute sign that read "Welcome Orlando to the Hood!" while holding a chocolate cake, on Tuesday, Oct. 29.
"Excited to welcome Orlando Bloom to my NYC neighborhood! No cup of sugar - I brought him a full cake," she tweeted the same day.
Unfortunately the 36-year-old actor wasn't home, and even though Rivers managed the shut down the street (ha!), she made the best of the situation.
Bloom took notice of the nice act and held up his own sign and piece of cake for Rivers on Thursday, Oct. 31.
"Thanks for the warm welcome, Joan darling," his handwritten sign said. "Come see me on Broadway!"
And Joan did just that. Cheers to Joan and Orlando!