'Star Wars' actors Oscar Isaac and Daisy Ridley adorably sing holiday duet

'Star Wars' Stars Walk Fashion Red Carpet
'Star Wars' Stars Walk Fashion Red Carpet

May the force be with the holiday season!

During a Star Wars Twitter takeover Friday -- which aptly included the hashtag #TwitterAwakens -- a fan asked Star Wars: The Force Awaken stars, Daisy Ridley and Oscar Isaac if the two could "duet sometime."

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The pair decided that sometime would be immediately, as they showed off their impressive vocal cords by crooning the holiday classic, "Baby, It's Cold Outside."

In the adorable 22 second video, the two snap their fingers as they take turns singing lines, and Isaac even reached out for his co-star's hand at the end to match the lyrics.

The fan's request wasn't completely random, considering Isaac, 36, had a memorable performance in the Coen brother's film, Inside Llewyn Davis. Plus, a video of Ridley singing went viral after she was cast in the Star Wars franchise. That makes sense, since the 23-year-old British actress focused on musical theater when she was in school.

Issac and Ridley weren't the only ones to connect with fans during the social media takeover -- Harrison Ford, Mark Hamill and J.J. Abrams also popped in for some Twitter magic.

Although marketing for the film is in full force, don't worry! At the Children's Defense Fund Beat the Odds Awards in Los Angeles earlier this week, Abrams told ET that that galaxy fans don't need to worry about any spoilers.

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"You haven't seen anything in terms of the movie," the director said. "There's a lot of noise and it feels a little bit overwhelming to me. I'm sure that people must be a little bit sick of hearing about it. It's sort of time for the movie to come out already."

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