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Just Imagine: 

Our fandom had reached the limits and Elizabeth Banks saw our BeChloe ideas. She starts connecting ideas to the movie and talks to the cast (Mostly Kendrick and Snow for approval) as she thinks she talks to Skylar Astin and tries to find a connection for Jesse and Aubrey so BeChloe can fit into the movie successfully. She then thinks of the perfect plot.

She makes it so Beca and Jesse end up breaking up due to lack of a strong relationship. Jesse ends up talking to Aubrey and Beca ends up talking to Chloe. Through out the movie the four are staying connected but the plot is still aca-terrific with hit songs and awesome voices and some sort of competition. Thing is our fandom would want the twist to have Aussie and BeChloe and the ship/canon would happen for the first time ever! You see in the photo and GIF above I thought this.

After Beca and Chloe have been texting non-stop, talking about their mutual feelings for one another, the reasons they liked eachother, ect.On the end of the movie Beca goes back to her hotel room where she had been staying for the competition she was competing in with the Barden Bella’s. When she walks in and she see’s Chloe for the first time in 1-3 years. Chloe looks at her and her crystal eyes look into Beca’s, “Hey Shorty.. Welcome back care to join me?” Beca walks in and smirks, “you can aca-believe it!" 

~BeChloe + Sendrick = BestShipEvar (Just my theory and idea)

whatever-im-trash  asked:

Hey your writing is like amazing and you're one of my faves 💜 so with it being bisexual awareness/visibility day/week (I know I'm a bit late but whatever) could you do like some sort of Bechloe prompt with them celebrating and making a bunch of jokes with the other Bella's??

“You like guys,” Amy said, looking between Chloe and Beca like she was watching some invisible tennis match being played between them. “And you like girls.” 

Chloe put a hand on Amy’s shoulder. “You better bi-lieve it.” 

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