These Celebrities Face Morphed Are The Best Things You'll See On The Internet Today

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What if you could mash celebrities names and faces into one uber celebrity? Would the result be so pretty?

Well, here at Elite Daily, we've obtained the technology of the future to allow us to look into the possibility of an event such as this occurring: Photoshop.

Earlier this week, we showed you an unforgettable face morph of Macklemore and Morgan Freeman, created by Reddit user themorhphface, ultimately resulting in the hilarious creation of Macklemorgan Freeman. Get how it works? It's not about just random celebrity face swaps, the names must actually combine.

Going on this principle, we decided to create some of these hilarious face morphs of our generation. The results were astonishing:

If your favorite karate master was an undercover cop on "21 Jump Street"...

If the grinch from “X-Factor” was also the host of the Oscars…

If a Jewish girl from Long Island had run-ins with Chris Brown…

If the writer of "Game Of Thrones" was also the "Black Knight"...

If “Rocky” was a Disney flop

If the Broncos General Manager sang “Candle In The Wind”

If the legendary actor was also a punk ass 19-year-old who liked to throw eggs.

If Beyoncé was married to one of the members of a rock band from Texas

If Katniss Everdeen admitted to using a lot of drugs

If a nebbishy Jew was always referred to as Ross Geller.

If an even more nebbishy Jew hated going to practice...

If the Rockets’ center hosted a number one radio show

If the California rapper was also the lead singer of Aerosmith.

If everyone's favorite little host of "American Idol" had a foot fetish…

If Jack from "Titanic" was recused by the Black Pearl...

If young Simba was a chronic dater who blamed every breakup on her hex

If the former "American Idol" winner enjoyed urinating on other contestants...

If the Broncos' starting quarterback was a former NBA player

Bonus: If the "Pitch Perfect" star talked a lot of smack while also doing crack...

It's fun, right?

Photoshop work by Robert Rodriguez