1. Taylor Swift & Selena Gomez
Not only did these two pop princesses have the most epic girls night at the 2016 Grammys, they also just happened to win one for the "Bad Blood" music video. #SquadGoals, indeed.
2. Matt Damon & Ben Affleck
These two Boston boys practically invented the "bromance." Some friends co-own a pet, others co-write an Oscar-winning movie. It's all relative.
3. Beyoncé & Nicki
The fiercest friendship of this millennium is undoubtedly the one where these goddesses don't just collaborate on a feminist musical masterpiece but also share a gorgeous burger-gobbling moment in its music video.
4. Channing Tatum & Jonah Hill
5. Tina Fey & Amy Poehler
Besides co-hosting the Golden Globes (three times) or co-starring in comedic blockbusters, Tina and Amy also inspire and support each other's individual success. When it comes to gal pal goals, these two really can have it all!
6. Justin Bieber & James Corden
Though they might seem like an unlikely duo, JB and JC have crazy carpool chemistry. Their rendition of Justin's classic hit "Baby" is so pitch perfect, it must be about their friendship.
7. Amy Schumer & Jennifer Lawrence
Sure, introducing each other's movies at the 2016 Golden Globes ain't too shabby, but A Schu & J Law really hit peak #FriendshipGoals when they took over a Billy Joel concert and danced on his piano during "Uptown Girl."
8. Mindy Kaling & Ike Barinholtz
A true BFF isn't just someone who spends every day producing and co-starring in your hit TV show. They're someone who hugs you with an empty pizza box for a hilarious Valentine's Day Instagram.
9. Anderson Cooper & Andy Cohen
AC² took their bromance to a new level with a celebrity couple-esque nickname and even figured out a way to make money off it with their new interview-style stage show. That's not just #FriendshipGoals; that's the American Dream.
10. Kanye West & Anna Wintour
Perhaps the most unexpected celeb friendship of 2016 is the one we should all aspire to have in our own lives. We're not sure how or why this happened, but we're heavily invested in it.
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