Hunter Hayes may be missing 20,000 Twitter mentions thanks to this guy

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This could be a win-win situation for both these handsome fellows. So, apparently Hunter Hayes and Colton Haynes sound similar because after Hunter's anticipated performance of Invisible at the Grammy's, Haynes' (not to be confused with Hayes) twitter was blowing up. He told E!, "Every single time I opened my Twitter—I opened it probably, like, four times last night—I had 8,000 mentions," he said. "Which means I probably got, I'm not kidding, literally probably close to 20,000 mentions last night."

And the Arrow star decided to have a little bit of fun with it! "But I was dying laughing, because people were just congratulating me, so you know me—and me being a smartass, I'm just gonna retweet them. So I retweeted them, and then it somehow caught on, and I was like, 'Oh god.' But yeah. I got myself in trouble again."

Well, it's good to know people loved Hunter's performance…even if they didn't know it was Hunter performing it! In cased you missed it, you can watch it below:

 

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