These days, there is a celebrity emoji for just about any and all situations. Whether you're feeling saucy or you're feeling a little blue, there's an entire cottage industry of A-listers entering the tech world and creating emojis based on their brands. In some ways, we have to credit Kim Kardashian's Kimojis for paving the way for Housewives (we see you Lisa Vanderpump and NeNe Leakes) and celebs to lend you their image to express exactly what is in your heart. We've rounded up some of the best celebrity emojis to use in all of life's situations.
1. Feeling Naughty
Kim's emoji collection covers all bases (including North expressing agitation), but Kimojis may be best used in those moments when you want to send someone a message that you're feeling a little more naughty than nice — a mood that pairs nicely with her iconic "Send nudes" phone case.
2. Feeling Shady
When it comes to throwing down the shade, NeNe knows what she's doing. So when you need to send that message to someone, she feels like the right person to emulate.
3. Feeling Bossy
4. Feeling Slightly NSFW
The one-time future Mrs. Angela Kardashian, Blac Chyna, has one-upped Kim by making her emojis even spicier. They also work if you need a creative way to announce you're having a baby, because 2016.
5. Feeling Sassy
Amber Rose is the queen of IDGAF, so why not call upon the Muva when you just need to shut someone down?
6. Feeling Angsty
At this point Justin Bieber is known equally for his music career and the stress he feels for being a public figure. So when you're feeling like life is getting you down, the pop star's collection just might best help you express all that agony.
7. Feeling Like... Ansel Elgort?!
Sure, we expected a lot of these folks to have emojis. And ones from rappers like DJ Khaled and Future also seem obvious. But, we never (like, ever) expected Ansel Elgort to have his own line of emojis. And for that you can throw your friends for a loop and text one of the actor their way.
However, when all else fails, sometimes the best way to show someone how you feel is a butt selfie. Right, Andy Cohen?