Olivia Newton-John and John Travolta are the only ones we want.
The dynamic "Grease" duo reunited at the G'Day USA: Standing Together event in Los Angeles on Friday, Jan. 25, reports Us Weekly.
Travolta talked to press about the "glorious experience" of running into his former costar.
“It was one of the highlights of our lives to see the joy of people’s unrequited love happening from 40 years of people waiting to be with us,” Travolta said.
Back in December, both Newton-John and Travolta appeared in costume as the characters from their classic 1978 film.
The Sandy Olsson (Newton-John) and Danny Zuko (Travolta) reunion was part of a special sing-along of the movie, followed by a Q&A session at the Coral Sky Amphitheater in West Palm Beach, Florida.
The reunion was the first time the film’s two stars came together in-costume since the movie was made more than 40 years ago, Newton-John said in her caption of a photo of the co-stars arriving to the event.
Travolta said the two enjoyed getting back into character, but he revealed he had a true friendship with Newton-John.
“I think we love each other and when you love someone you stay in touch,” Travolta said.