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This Halsey & Cole Sprouse Twitter Exchange Is Everything

Did you know that Halsey is the third Sprouse sibling? Not really, but the singer and Cole Sprouse’s Twitter exchange on Tuesday (July 28) almost convinced us.

It all started when a fan uploaded a throwback video of Halsey performing in a play as a child. In the clip, “baby ash” is seen in a pink gown and a long blonde ponytail wig.

Halsey retweeted the post, and wrote, “how do you know this is me and not tiny @colesprouse @dylansprouse in a long blonde wig hmm….?”

Sprouse had the perfect response to Halsey’s theory, sharing a photo of himself portraying beauty pageant contestant Tyresha on The Suite Life of Zack & Cody–and honestly, the resemblance is uncanny.

See it below.

pic.twitter.com/bgWks4Zcy3

— Cole M. Sprouse (@colesprouse) July 28, 2020

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