It's the selfie that set a new standard: Thanks to the sheer wattage of its star power, Ellen DeGeneres' in-show Oscar snap — which featured front-row fixtures like Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, Jennifer Lawrence, Meryl Streep, Channing Tatum and roughly half of Jared Leto's face — quickly became the most re-tweeted pic of all time on Sunday night, shattering a record previously held by Barack Obama (sorry Chief).
Of course, after every single person in our timeline shared the self-proclaimed "best photo ever," we started to wonder: What's the total net worth of everyone in the frame? Turns out, it's a lot.
With a little help from sites like Forbes and, uh, CelebrityNetWorth, we added up the bank accounts of the 12 stars in the pic — yes, we're counting Lupita Nyong'o's brother Peter, mostly because he's awesome — and ended up with a rather staggering total: more than $1 billion.
And, sure, Ellen's selfie has a long way to go before it can match the net worth of a single Bill Gates pic, a billion dollars is certainly nothing to blink at. Here's a breakdown of what each star contributed to that total.
Total net worth: $65 million. Forbes has her at #73 on the Celebrity 100, with earnings of $7 million ... of course, she's also got 18 Oscar nominations to her name, and who can put a price tag on that?
According to Forbes, he came from out of nowhere to land at #2 on the Highest Paid Actors list, bringing in $60 million between June 2012 and June 2013.
Total net worth: $40 million. Turns out the actor/musician game is a lucrative one ... though, admittedly, this figure is slightly less than the (totally fake) number that's floating around out there, we're willing to bet Jared's not complaining.
Based on Forbes' estimates, she's the second-highest paid actress in Hollywood (trailing only Angelina), making $26 million between June 2012 and June 2013. That figure also helped her land at #49 on the Celebrity 100 ... ahead of New Orleans' Saints QB Drew Brees.
Lupita Nyong'o (and her awesome brother)
Total net worth: $500,000. Though we're willing to bet that figure changes pretty quickly.