Celebs are the masters of self-promotion, and nothing says “look at me!” more than a selfie.
But not any selfie will do. Ellen DeGeneresShe set the bar high at the 2014 Oscars by snapping a photo with close friends Meryl Streep, Julia Roberts, Bradley Cooper, Brad Pitt, Jennifer Lawrence, Lupita Nyong’o, Kevin SpaceyAnd Angelina Jolie.
Though the photo received an absurd amount of likes — more than 2 million and counting — she’s had some pretty stiff competition.
Kylie JennerFor one, he broke Anna Wintour’s famous “no photo” rule at the 2017 Met Gala in order to take a snap with sisters Kim KardashianAnd Kendall Jenner,A$AP Rocky, Paris Jackson, Frank Ocean, Sean “Diddy” Combs, Lily AldridgeAnd Brie Larson in the museum’s bathroom.
Instagram Queen Selena GomezIn 2017, meanwhile, racked-up more than 8,000,000 likes at Coachella with the first photo she took with her ex-boyfriend The WeekndShe dated, who she dated from January 2017 to October 2017.
Of course, it’s nearly impossible to mention the word “selfie” without mentioning the selfie O.G. Kim Kardashian, who published a 400-page book of selfies with. Selfish2015
The beauty mogul, who took so many selfies of herself the previous year, shared her lessons.
“There’s nothing worse than a really bad selfie angle,” she told E! NewsAugust 2016. “I would say chin down [is my best angle]I like a side profile, sometimes over a straight-on shot. I do a little head tilt to the side … You need good lighting. Obviously.”
Three years later, the reality star claimed that she was done taking pictures of herself.
“You know, I don’t take selfies anymore, I don’t really like them that much,” Kim said during an interview with ITV’s This MorningJune 2018. “It’s not all about, like, sitting there taking selfies. I would love to live in real-time a little more. I don’t mind pictures, but I’m just not on my phone the way that I used to be.”
Although Kim claimed that she was done with selfies, she’s made a few exceptions since.
Scroll down to see other amazing selfies stars have taken together or with famous friends throughout the years.