The most famous selfie of all time, taken at last Sunday's Oscars, broke Twitter's retweeting record — and the site itself — in a matter of minutes.
Naturally, creative minds worldwide have since tried to recapture the feel of the star-studded selfie in a number of completely unexpected ways. It's safe to say they've done a pretty good job.
It's the most well-known of the selfie parodies (and probably the most relevant The Simpsons has been in years). Probably because it tells the "story you didn't see" — the fact that Homer Simpson was being shut out of the selfie.
This awesome selfie interpretation from the mind of artist Iain Heath is made entirely of Legos. Heath reportedly started right after the show, working for 12 hours to capture the big moment.
Not to be outdone, the staff of a Legoland in Britain recreated the scene using Lego people pieces. It looks like the cameo list for the inevitable Lego Movie 2.
These are both incredible, but also a little creepy.
This next interpretation is actually a great re-casting of the Harry Potter movies: Meryl Streep as Harry, Jennifer Lawrence as Hermione, Bradley Cooper as Hagrid ... it's visionary.
Or, "when memes collide."
Alright, this is pretty cute. The Peanuts gang does a good selfie, but why isn't Charlie Brown being shoved out?
The Oscars selfie also inspired ordinary Americans to take similar selfies with their non–famous friends (the effect doesn't quite translate). But Terry from Texas got a staggering amount of retweets with this one. Nice work, Terry.
Also sort of looks like the work of a stalker.
You've always been here, Ellen.