'The Force Awakens' co-stars Daisy Ridley and Oscar Isaac warm hearts with chilly duet

Someone get Rey and Poe a Tauntaun to warm up in. They're cold outside.

Actors Daisy Ridley and Oscar Isaac, soon to be known galaxy-wide for their roles as Rey and Poe Dameron when "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" hits theaters later this month, shared a seasonally appropriate duet with fans during a promotional Q&A on Twitter. The stars sang "Baby, It's Cold Outside," the beloved 1944 standard with deeply questionable relationship dynamics.

.@sherrilynling asks to Oscar and Daisy: can the two of you do a duet sometime? #TwitterAwakens pic.twitter.com/z6WkI3dXIa

— Star Wars (@starwars) December 5, 2015

The pair were prompted by a fan who proposed "Daisy has a phenomenal singing voice & Oscar sang for Inside Llewyn Davis. Can the two of you do a duet sometime?" The stars obliged with a few classic, caroling bars, showcasing chemistry and commanding vocal expertise but failing to capitalize on the opportunity to make mention of the ice planet Hoth in any way.

Of course, seasonal indulgences are what lead to things like "The Star Wars Holiday Special," so perhaps it was for the best.

"Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens" arrives in theaters December 18.

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