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Cara Delevingne Makes An Unexpected New Friend At Paris Fashion Week

While Cara Delevingne and Kendall Jenner may have dubbed themselves "CaKe," Kendall may have to move aside for a new pairing, which we'll call "WoCa." (Or #TrueDetectiveSeason3, depending on our mood.) You see, in the front row of Stella McCartney's Paris Fashion Week show, Cara Delevingne was seated next to Woody Harrelson, and at least according to photographs from the event, the two are now the best of friends.

Seriously, take a look for yourself:

  • Before the introduction heard 'round the world
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    At first, things were, as you'd expect, awkward. Cara and Woody didn't yet know one another and though they sat with their hips touching, they each stared off into space, pretending to be deep in thought.

  • They meet
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    Then, after what felt like an eternity, I assume, they decided to do the ol' "I don't think we've met, I'm ___," thing that we all do at parties.

  • Getting to know one another
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    Immediately, they get on the same wavelength. There was only room for two in their mindhive—sorry, Kanye.

  • Making jokes already
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    Cara felt comfortable enough almost immediately to make a, um, humorous face, while Woody smiled in admiration.

  • Serious about fashion
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    Then, they turned their attention away from one another and directed it to the show—they were so connected that they leaned in at the same degree and held their hands in the same way.

  • Actually, forget the fashion
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    But then they decided that since their time together was short, they better get in as much chit-chat as they could.

  • Front row friends forever (FRFF)
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    And, finally, the duo perfected the art of watching the show while sharing quips out of the sides of their mouths, as not to disturb Kanye or Paul McCartney. Whether they were smiling like this because of the show or their new friendship, the world may never know.