It's bad enough the Movie Awards gave us serious FOMO -- Zac Efron was so close, yet so far away -- but then they had to go and make us miss our best friends. We are a pile of emotions rn.
This year's Movie Awards were pretty much one giant party, complete with musical performances, cats, streamers and an abundance of awesome, and seriously good-looking, company. In fact, there were so many incredible BFF moments during Sunday's (April 12) show, it made us miss our own besties even more.
Here are the night's best BFF moments. Feel free to play "See You Again" at this time.
Shailene Woodley and Miles TellerGetty Images
Shailene and Miles are more than just perpetual co-stars, they're friends. And good friends support each other's work. When Shailene accepted her Trailblazer Award, she dedicated it to Miles' "amazing" performance in "Whiplash" like any BFF would.
Zac Efron and Dave Franco
Who do you share some of your silliest moments with? Your BFF! Zac and Dave's acceptance speech for Best Duo proved that not only do they have great chemistry together, but they feel comfortable enough to grab each other's junk on live television. That's, like, super comfortable.
Shailene Woodley and John GreenGetty Images
Everyone knows BFFs take the BEST selfies together. #WoodGreen
Cara Delevingne and Nat WolffGetty Images
OMG. Could Nat and Cara have been any cuter at the Movie Awards?! It's always a good time when you hang out with your BFF, and no one had a better time than these two. They had inside jokes! Brb, swooning.
The AvengersGetty Images
Every friend group has an alpha, and clearly, Robert Downey Jr. is the Regina George of this superhero pack. But RDJ doesn't rule with fear. You could see how much his "Avengers" co-stars truly respected him when they handed him his Generation Award. Of course, that doesn't mean they don't test his patience every once in a while. (We're looking at you, Thor.)
Vin Diesel and Paul WalkerGetty Images
Vin's touching tribute to his late "brother" Paul Walker was incredibly moving. The bond that he and Pablo, as Vin so affectionately called him, shared will never be forgotten. Losing a best friend is never easy, but the Vin has honored Paul's legacy is truly something special.
The Rock... everyone.Getty Images
Everyone knows someone who's friends with literally everybody. In Hollywood, that guy is Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. Seriously. How effing amazing is this guy? And why is he not our BFF by now?