Lupita Nyong’o’s social media posts with Daily Show host Trevor Noah left fans asking for more.
Lupita shared photos of the two on her Twitter and Instagram pages where fans began pouring their sentiments with messages and memes.
Their fans read romance between Kenyan Lupita and South African TV host and comedian Trevor and asked them to consider going into marriage because they seemed to make a good couple.
One of the photos show the two holding hands with Lupita looking at Trevor with a captivating smile as the comedian shyly looks at the floor as he smiles. In another photo, the two are looking at each other as the interview continues.
Barely nine hours after Lupita shared the photos captioned “BFF (Best Friends Forever) tings on the Daily Show Tonight” on her twitter on Thursday, it received over nine million likes, about 130 replies and over 800 retweets.
Some responded with photos of the two holding each other in the past as they sought to trace their long time friendship and speculated love.
Sugar & Spice responded to Lupita’s tweet: “You all must just date and keep it in the African family.”
Queen Kat also replied: “You two have a beautiful smile. But, if you two aren’t already with another, you two would make a darling couple.”
Captain Ozwald @VinieO said: “Nyar Kisumo, Mna Push? Honestly, if you two are not pushing, then you two are missing an opportunity. You both look great.”
Mz’wanele Nkunzi pleading with the universe to conspire and let the two marry with Zola Ndwandwe observing that the two would make a beautiful couple.
“Just tell us the wedding date. We need to budget with enough time. We all see the chemistry,” Brando wrote.
However, some were doubtful of the possibility of the two delving into a serious relationship.
“Trevor would never date a black woman, I tell you. He is a white man on the inside,” Daniel wrote.
Masa slaughter @MasaDiamond_ said: “Yhoooo the headboy and headgirl of Africa.”
During Trevor’s The Daily Show, Lupita spoke about her role in the science fiction film genre ahead of the release of the film Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker where Lupita plays the character, Maz Kanata.
Lupita has been a sensation since she won the 2014 Oscar Awards for the Best Supporting Actress in the film 12 Years a Slave.
This week, the star bagged another prestigious award following her role in an American horror film Us. She was declared the best actress in the film released on March 22 where Lupita played the role of Adelaide Wilson, a woman whose family is attacked by paranormal ghost like characters resembling real people.