Florence Welch of the iconic band Florence + The Machine had a wholesome reaction to hearing her song during the new Marvel film Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3.

In a TikTok video posted on May 8, Welch shared her reaction to the moment "Dog Days Are Over" played during the movie.

The singer appeared surprised as she burst into tears of joy while someone recorded her reaction.

"So I cried all the way through this movie but when The Guardians of the Galaxy started dancing to Dog Days I really lost it," she wrote in the caption. "Thank you so much for all the love for this moment. The superhero obsessed little girl in me can’t believe it happened."

Watch Florence's reaction, below.

Warning: Video contains plot-related audio spoilers for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3.

"DOG DAYS IS IN GUARDIANS?? this has sold my ticket," one fan commented, while another said that it put the "biggest smile" on their face.

Another fan wrote in the comments, "The moment I heard the start of the song I yelled FLORENCE in the middle of the cinema hahahaha."

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Many fans shared Welch's emotions about the song being included in the film, with many commenting that they also shed some tears during the scene.

One person said, "I was not expecting this song at the end, made me cry even more!"

"I was hysterically sobbing during this scene because they played dog days," someone else added.

One person said, "I had already cried 10 times and when I heard this song begin I went in for the 11th cry. It means so much to me and it’s such a perfect ending."

Others noted that the song choice was "perfect" for the scene, which depicts the Guardians dancing joyfully to the song from the English indie-rock band's 2009 debut album, Lungs.

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