Jim Carrey just sent Ariana Grande a heartfelt message on social media. The “Bruce Almighty” star responded to the singer’s previous post about depression. On his Twitter account, Carrey shared with Grande a poem from Jeff Foster called “Deep Rest.” The actor accompanied the post with a sweet caption.

“@ArianaGrande I read your lovely mention of me and things I’ve said about depression,” he wrote. “A brilliant teacher and friend, Jeff Foster was OG on the ‘Deep Rest’ concept. I admire your openness. I wish you freedom and peace. I feel blessed to have such a gifted admirer. Happy Easter!”

Immediately after reading Carrey’s response, Grande expressed her excitement over capturing the attention of one of her biggest idols. On her Twitter account, the “God Is A Woman” singer retweeted Carrey’s post and said that she couldn’t process what just happened.

After composing herself, Grande posted her response to Carrey. She thanked the actor for his kindness, among many other things.

“I don’t think you understand how much I adore you or what you mean to me,” Grande tweeted. “Thank you for taking the time to share this with me. You are such an inspiration. I can’t wait to tattoo this tweet to my forehead. Sending you lots of love and all things happy.”

Last weekend, Grande declared her love for Carrey by saying that her first AIM username was jimcarreyfan42. She also posted a photo of the funnyman on her Instagram Story and accompanied it with Carrey’s previous post about depression.

“Depression is your body saying, ‘I don’t want to be this character anymore,’” the quote read. “I don’t want to hold up this avatar that you’ve created in the world. It’s too much for me. You should think of the word ‘depressed’ as ‘deep rest.’ Your body needs to be depressed. It needs deep rest from the character you’ve been trying to play,” the quote added.

Meanwhile, this wasn’t the first time that Grande talked about her mental health. Weeks ago, she posted photos of her brain scan via Instagram and said that she’s suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder.

Ariana Grande US singer/songwriter Ariana Grande attends Billboard's 13th Annual Women In Music event at Pier 36 in New York City on on December 6, 2018. ANGELA WEISS/AFP/Getty Images