10+ Celebrity Best Friends Fans Can't Get Enough Of

While I'm sure that many celebrities have non-celebrity friends, it makes a whole lot of sense that they are pals with their fellow-famous peers. Why wouldn't you be?

Some of them seem like unlikely pairs, others more obvious. But either way, fans are here for it!

Here are some of our favorite celeb friendships that we can't seem to get enough of!

Meghan Markle and Serena Williams.

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Serena Williams was an important name on Meghan and Prince Harry's wedding guest list (whereas the rest of us just wished we were)!

Apparently, Meghan was first introduced to Serena in 2010 at a Super Bowl Party, and the two have been besties ever since!

Michelle Obama and Beyoncé.

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This friendship makes perfect sense to me. They're both strong, powerful, opinionated, hard-working, successful women — a dream team, if you ask me!

Can you imagine the energy of these two in the same room?!

Cameron Diaz and Drew Barrymore.


The fact that these two have stayed such good friends all these years makes me so happy.

The only thing that would make this better is if Lucy Liu was also apart of the squad! We can dream.

Beyoncé and Kelly Rowland.

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Beyoncé and Kelly Rowland have some obvious history together, because of Destiny's Child — something that led them to both have successful music careers.

It's so great that they're still close! We love it when they drop a new photo!

Bette Midler and 50 Cent.

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Here's another unexpected one that I'm still wrapping my head around! These two met at a 2008 Queens community garden project and have been pals ever since.

"Little Jewish lady and the great big rapper," Bette told E! News. "He's one of the newest members of our tribe. He's really made my life worth living."

Gwyneth Paltrow, Beyoncé and Jay-Z.

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While there has been some speculation that the woman Jay-Z cheated on Beyoncé with is Gwyneth, there hasn't been any proof of that being true.

Could Gwyneth be "Becky with the good hair?" These three haven't been since together since that whole situation, so it definitely is a possibility.

But before that, these three were all good friends. Gwyneth's kids refer to Jay-Z as "uncle Jay."

Tyra Banks and Clay Aiken.

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"For some reason we just clicked when we first met, and we try to stay in touch and see each other whenever we're in town. She's such a real person, and I think that's something people didn't know about her until her talk show. She doesn't try to be something she's not. She'll be as nerdy as she needs to be, or whatever she needs to be. I think that's why people are attracted to her, and I think that's why we became friends." Clay said about Tyra in an interview with People.

Harry Styles and Zach Braff.

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"Happy Birthday @Harry_Styles . You are the only direction for me," Zach tweeted on Harry's birthday.

They almost look like they could be related, tbh! Zach often tweets about his love for Harry in a playful, comedic way. But turns out that their friendship is totally legitimate.

Vanessa Hudgens and Ashley Tisdale.

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Vanessa Hudgens and Ashley Tisdale have come a very long way since High School Musical, and the fact that they are still best friends is so refreshing.

Maybe they'll take pity on us and do some kind of reunion movie soon!


Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio.

I was, personally, always hoping that these two would end up together romantically.

But even knowing they're still friends is enough for me! I'll take it! They constantly lift each other up and we love watching it all unfold.

Tina Fey and Amy Poehler.

Tina and Amy have been an unstoppable sisterhood for as long as most of us can remember.

They originally met in an improv group back in the '90s and have been SNL besties ever since.

Jennifer Aniston and Courteney Cox.

Okay, this one is probably my personal favorite, as it likely is for many of you.

They were best friends on Friends — a show that was monumental for both of them — and they have remained best friends off-screen, all these years.

Mindy Kaling and BJ Novak.


Not going to lie, I always felt like these two were secretly in love and just pretending to be friends.

Deep down, I'm still betting they end up together. Mark my words! But either way, their friendship is adorable.

Kris Jenner and Jennifer Lawrence.

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"My knees buckled... it was the closest I've ever come to losing consciousness," Jennifer told New York Times after meeting Kris.

And while it may seem unlikely, since then, the duo have become great friends! We love to see it!

Snoop Dogg and Martha Stewart.

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This is a very unlikely friendship, but a great one nonetheless. They even have their own VH1 cooking show, Martha & Snoop's Potluck Dinner Party.

"The melding of cultures is really what I want to see happen in the United States and so does Snoop," Martha told The Hollywood Reporter in 2018.