There have been a lot of reactions to Kim Kardashian's new 'do, but none come close to how Tom Felton and Jason Isaacs aka Draco and Lucius Malfoy responded to the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star's hair.
People found a lot of comparisons they could make, but the Malfoy family has usurped everyone by taking credit for Kim's choice! Felton, the villain you love to hate and hate to love, assumed credit first when he Instagrammed an incredible meme of Kim as a wizard straight out of Slytherin.
"So apparently Kanye has a Draco fetish…#muse," he captioned the pic. But his former onscreen father had some fun, too, tweeting a pic of Kim and Kanye West and writing, "Seriously though. I wondered where my wig went. Lucius had some good work done..."
Isaacs caught wind of Felton's meme and decided to really nail his point home, responding to his Instagram with a tweet that read, "I think you'll find son, that he's after Lucious Lucius" LOL!
Who would've thought that the Malfoy family could have such an amazing sense of humor! Although we're still hoping to get sorted into Gryffindor, we wouldn't mind a day in Slytherin if it meant hanging out with these two (without Voldemort, obviously).
Then again, Felton did get sorted into Gryffindor when he joined Pottermore!
"Today was the day. I finally did it. I joined Pottermore and was sorted into........Gryffindor. Heart broken x #slytherinforlife," the English actor tweeted.
And author J.K. Rowlingresponded! She tweeted, ".@TomFelton I could've told you that years ago. I just didn't want to spoil your motivation ;)."
Harry Potter fans everywhere just went a little crazy.
But Isaacs, who now stars on USA Network's Dig, apparently has been reflecting on his Harry Potter days because, according to his Twitter, he keeps "being asked if I save us from deatheaters in DIG." For those wondering, "Lucius is nowhere near as scary as end-of-days nuts. Not even close #DigDeeper."
Consider us terrified. Although we can't expect see any death eaters in Dig, Isaacs did tell E! News that the show will remind viewers of other mysteries that people have come to know and love!
"Hopefully people will compare their shows to Dig in the future," Isaacs said. "But there's no question that it's got a little bit of The Da Vinci Code and a little bit of Indiana Jones in it. But also, you recognize that it comes from the person who created Homeland as well because there are very intricate characters."
He continued, "I could list about a half a dozen other things. It's Dig, and it's got everything in it!"
Keeping Up With the Kardashians Season 10 premieres March 15 at 9 p.m. only on E!
(E! and USA Network are both part of the NBCUniversal family.)