I interrupt your regular PEDESTRIAN.TV programming with an important announcement: Dionne Warwick’s Twitter is *iconic* and you simply must stop what you’re doing and stalk her IMMEDIATELY.

If you’re somehow unfamiliar with Dionne, she’s an American singer, actress, television host and the internet’s surrogate auntie. She’s given us absolute bangers like Say A Little Prayer and is just an all-round legend.

But what I didn’t know until recently, is that our 80-year-old chaotic queen has entered the chat on Twitter, and (of course) she’s slaying the game.

The tweet that really kicked it off for me is when she asked the question we’ve all been thinking: if Chance The Rapper is *really* a rapper, why does he need to clarify that he is – in fact – a rapper?

She has also decided that she’s coming for anyone with the word ‘The’ in their name. It remains unclear if Megan Thee Stallion is safe.

Despite being 80-years-old, Warwick continues to prove that age is just a number, and that she can keep up with the ~kids~ and their trends. Case in point: Animal Crossing.

If that wasn’t enough to tickle your fancy, she also likes to humble-brag about her famous friends.

Exhibit B: Nicki Minaj.

Dionne is more than happy to give credit to her millennial mates, who taught her how to use the cursed bird app, but she will also flex that she basically ~created~ said millennial.

But it’s also worth noting that Dionne is out here doing the ~Lord’s~ work. And by that, I mean she’s asking Jack Dorsey to give us a bloody edit button already.  (Jack, who is *definitely* an avid Pedestrian.TV reader – givvus an edit button you coward).

Oh, and she gives me regular reminders *not* to touch the stove. No matter how badly you want to do it, it’ll be hot and you *will* burn your hand.

Don’t be mistaken though, if you’re caught tweeting something nasty, Dionne will throw your ass in Twitter jail. You’ve been warned.

The internet has been an awful place lately, and I’m not kidding when I say that Dionne is the palate cleanser I have depended on to get through all of this madness.

Dionne, my sweet, sweet angel. Thank you for your service.

Image: Getty Images / Marcus Ingram