A 15-year-old Australian girl snapped this lucky selfie with Beyonce during a concert in October. While originally hailed as a photobomb it was later revealed that the teen "asked" Beyonce to pose with her.
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James Franco recently posted this selfie with the caption "All the kids are doing it."
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Miley Cyrus is no stranger to selfies; the pop star regularly posts them on Instagram. Cyrus posted this photo shortly after the documentary Miley: The Movement aired on MTV with the caption "My hair is getttttting so long."
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U.S. President Barack Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron pose for a selfie with Denmark's Prime Minister Helle Thorning Schmidt during the memorial service of former South African president Nelson Mandela in Johannesburg, Dec. 10, 2013.
Roberto Schmidt—AFP/Getty Images
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The first ever "Papal selfie" was made this year when 500 teenagers traveled from Diocese of Piacenza and Bobbio outside of Milan to the Vatican. Pope Francis invited the teens as "bearers of hope."
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An Ontario father takes a series of adorable selfies with his 4-week-old daughter, and the Internet explodes.
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When NASA's Cassini probe took a photo of Saturn with Earth in the background, the agency asked Earthlings to look up to be part of the celestial selfie. Cassini couldn't really see everybody, but that didn't stop NASA from putting together this composite with 1,400 people from 40 countries.
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It looks a whole lot like Fox Sports Florida's Kelly Nash is about to get beaned in this selfie, but the baseball whizzed safely past her head.
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When the Fox News Channel pundit shared this disturbing selfie on Twitter, he wrote: "70 is the new 50." He was later booted from moderating a panel at Duquesne University.
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Madonna joined Instagram back in February and immediately graced her fans with this selfie of her cleavage as she sipped a dirty martini.
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In what some have called the "most inappropriate selfie ever," student Malik Whiter took a smiling self portrait in front of his teacher who had just begun going into labor.
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