People are falling in love with Kerry after seeing Star Wars: The Force Awakens
Skellig Michael, you're looking well.
If you're one of the three people in the world that hasn't seen Star Wars: The Force Awakens then we strongly encourage you to finish this article and then run to your nearest cinema because it's fantastic. Starkiller Base sized spoiler alert but the worst kept secret in the galaxy was confirmed, Skellig Michael in Co Kerry featured quite prominently in J.J Abrams' film
Again, right now our spoiler alert klaxon is ringing louder than an X-Wing pilot's ears. Do we need to say spoiler alert again? SPOILER ALERT.
Still with us? Cool because as you may know a certain Jedi made a very welcome appearance in the final moments to perfectly set up Episode VIII and ensure plenty of tourists to the Kingdom in the next few years.
It has already been revealed that the cast and crew are already filming in Kerry but it seems that the entire world has fallen in love with a truly beautiful part of Ireland.
Here's what Daisy Ridley and JJ Abrams had to say about filming in Ireland along with some of the best tweets.
Here are some of the tweets.
— Star Wars UK (@StarWarsUK) December 17, 2015
Skellig Michael looked really impressive at the end of #StarWars .
— Bar Fagan (@BarFagan) December 19, 2015
Skellig Michael looks amazing in #StarWarsTheForceAwakens absolutely breathtaking
— Cathy Brady 🏆x6 (@CeeBee8) December 19, 2015
Typical Kerry. No sign of them for 95% of the campaign and then they show up to steal the show at the death #starwars
— David Roche ☘️🌍 (@davr1977) December 17, 2015
— Mike Curran Photography (@MiPiX) December 17, 2015
The whole universe n Luke Skywalker is found in Ireland, didn't see that coming 🙈 should of looked for him myself #StarWarsTheForceAwakens
— Laney Balfe (@allottalaney) December 18, 2015
— Lauren (@Laurenindublin) December 18, 2015
— Pat (@PatCarrollTouch) December 19, 2015
— Brian Kelly (@brian_kelly22) December 18, 2015
— Con Kennedy (@ConKennedy) December 19, 2015
Au revoir, Skellig Michael as Ireland's best-kept secret.
— Paul Quinn (@pwquinn) December 18, 2015