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It seems many of Hollywood's biggest stars were "hopelessly devoted" to Grease: Live. 

When Julianne Hough and Aaron Tveit kicked off Sunday night's live telecast as the iconic Sandy and Danny, America's biggest stars from all walks of the industry just couldn't contain their excitement, taking to Twitter to offer their thoughts on the highly anticipated performance. 

For one particular Tony nominee, the show's end marked a very special opportunity. 

"IS THIS STILL ALL SET UP ON THE WB LOT??? CAN I GO AND PLAY!?!?!" Anna Kendrick tweeted as Grease came to a close. 

Apparently, a Hollywood comic was surfing the same brainwaves. 

"I totally had this thought!!!!!!!!!" James Corden tweeted back at the Pitch Perfect actress. 

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The outspoken triple threat was quick to mobilize, responding again to say that she was was on her way—onesie in tow. Not one to end any kind of entertaining banter, Corden kept the conversation going by adding that he was also en route while donning the T Bird uniform. 

Since no photo evidence has actually surfaced of these two stars riding the Tidal Wave at Rydell High School, we can rest assured they didn't actually wreak any havoc on the Warner Bros. lot. 

In addition to the actress and late-night host, a slew of celebrities, such as Chrissy Teigen, actress Rebel Wilson and triple threat Neil Patrick Harris, added their praise to the digital conversation buzzing online late into the night. 

Nick Jonas took a beat to rave about his older brother Joe Jonas, who hit the Grease: Live stage as crooner Johnny Casino during the high school dance. 

Wilmer Valderrama aired a stream of compliments to his friend, Vanessa Hudgens, who stole our attention as Rizzo. 

But, it was Teigen who put it best when she finished off her accolades with this perfectly fitting final phrase: "Holy Moly."

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