There’s someone missing from that star-studded selfie that Ellen DeGeneres engineered at the Oscars last night: you.
If you want to see yourself with Bradley Cooper, Meryl Streep, Kevin Spacey and a bunch of other well-dressed famous people, now you can. Via Business Insider, a feature from the social networking site Urturn lets you insert a photo of yourself into the famous selfie taken during Sunday’s Oscars broadcast.
You can either take a photo with your webcam, select a photo from one of your social media accounts, or choose a picture from your computer, and then, voilà, you’re at the Academy Awards with Frank Underwood and friends. You’ll have to sign up with your Twitter, Facebook or email account in order to use the app.
Just go to this website, sign up and then follow the onscreen instructions to see what you would have looked like at the Oscars. Here’s me, hanging with my buds. Watch your hands, Brad Pitt!
Notably, the original selfie here broke a Twitter record last night, becoming the most retweeted tweet of all time, besting a Barack Obama tweet from election night 2012. The photo was a marketing stunt paid for by Samsung, but Twitter also got a lot of love as a result. My colleague Alyssa Bereznak has more.
Urturn is a social network that lets you edit and build on photos in a variety of ways. It was founded in 2012, just in time to let me pretend I’m friends with Lupita Nyong’o.
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