Kendall Jenner and Lewis Capaldi have iconic selfies recreated – by Rylan Clark

Kendall Jenner, Justin Bieber, Lewis Capaldi, and Lionel Messi have all had their most iconic Instagram selfies recreated in a new photoshoot – by none other than the “selfie king”, Rylan Clark.

The TV personality seemed to have a great time getting into character for each of the shots – from posing in bed next to a replica World Cup, to throwing on a pair of red sunglasses and wrapping a towel around his head.

But perhaps his most recognisable recreation shows the 34-year-old lying on the floor in an elegant white, lacy dress, with his eyes closed – and long dark locks splayed out, shaped into multiple hearts.

The image was, of course, originally snapped by reality TV star, Kendall Jenner, in 2015 – racking up over three million likes, and becoming the most-liked Instagram image of that year.

Up next, Rylan turned his attention to Scottish singer, Lewis Capaldi – who celebrated his single, “Someone You Loved”, being number for six consecutive weeks, with four consecutive selfies.

Rylan can be seen throwing up the peace sign with a towel wrapped around his head, and wearing those famous red shades.

The TV presenter took on the challenge to mark the launch of Samsung’s national competition, which offers the public a chance to win £500,000 – just by walking into any participating retailers and taking a selfie on the new Galaxy Z Flip 5 and Z Fold 5.

One of the internet’s original viral selfies was Justin Bieber revealing his fresh tattoos – smashing the one million “like mark” with the post in the process.

Rylan posed in moody tour bus lighting, with the replicas of Bieber’s tattoos and quiff reaching for the sky, in a bid to channel the pop star's bad boy era.

And finally, he got tucked up with the World Cup – just like footballing magician Lionel Messi, whose selfie in bed with his trophy went viral alongside a carousel of images.

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This bagged the Inter Miami star a whopping 54.8 million likes, after his heroics bringing home the trophy for Argentina.

Rylan said: “I’m the self-confessed king of selfies, and on some days one selfie can lead to taking a 100.

“I loved recreating some of the most famous celebrity selfies of all time to launch Samsung’s nationwide competition to win half a million quid – just by taking a selfie. Get snapping, people!”

Annika Bizon, from Samsung, added: “Selfies have become part of our culture, and our new promotion celebrates this like never before.

“We are delighted to be working with Rylan – he is definitely up there in the selfie hall of fame, so the perfect person to bring this campaign to life.”

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