Celebrities being compared to random objects is now a meme and it's scarily accurate

15 April 2019, 17:21

Recording artist Hayley Williams of Paramore arrives at The 53rd Annual GRAMMY Awards at Staples Center on February 13, 2011.
Celebrities being compared to random objects is now a meme and it's scarily accurate. Picture: Getty/Tesco
Jazmin Duribe

By Jazmin Duribe

Your favourite celebrities are being compared to random objects in viral threads and it's really a skill.

Have you ever looked at Mariah Carey up on stage and just thought: "Hm, whisk. Yep, she's definitely a whisk."

No? Well, us neither. But some people on the internet have and they've taken to social media to prove how celebrities correlate with the most random objects they can think of. Now they're making entire threads about them and they're actually hilariously creative.

Shawn Mendes as Starbucks drinks? Rihanna as umbrellas? Louis Tomlinson as emojis? Surprisingly, the internet have it ALL covered.

It all started on Twitter, with some threads dating back to 2018. However, it's really starting to explode this time round.

Luckily, we've collected some of the best for you right here.

Lets start with the living legend that is Mariah Carey.

We knew our orange juice was looking scarily familiar this morning.

The resemblance is just crazy.

Now we just can't unsee it.

Shawn Mendes is a thread regular. A versatile king.


Queen of the Earth and now the sea.

Well he is the sweetest.

We always knew Brie was a snack.

Wait. Which one is which?

Rihanna can be anything she wants at this point.

An all round classic.

She's flourishing.

And they all cost £19.75.

He's extra safe.

Sometimes, you'll even get them thinking about it...

The internet's creativity truly has no limit.