On Wednesday morning, Miranda tweeted a thread of "pop culture events from which I have still not recovered, many years later." Among others, the list included Shakira's "La Tortura" video, David Bowie's "Love" verse in Queen's "Under Pressure" and a very specific moment between Harry and Professor Dumbledore in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince.
"THIS MOMENT, @jk_rowling: 'I am not worried, Harry,' said Dumbledore, his voice a little stronger despite the freezing water. 'I am with you.'" he shared, tagging Rowling in the process.
The next morning, the author responded, sharing that it is one of her favorite moments from the series as well, and that she feels Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince often gets overshadowed by Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. "Cannot tell you what this means (from you), because this moment is one of my very favourites," she Tweeted. "Always feel HBP gets overshadowed by DH."
Miranda countered that the book is his favorite because of that very moment. "HBP is my favorite PRECISELY because of this reprise of Dumbledore's 'You are with me' at the beginning," he wrote. "You're deadly w a reprise, maestro."
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So there we have it, folks!