16 times celebrities photobombed regular people

Gabbi Shaw
·5 min read
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Congrats to the happy couple ... and Jason Segel? Courtesy of Twisted Oaks Studio
  • Everyone loves a good photobomb — even celebrities. 

  • These are the most serendipitous encounters normal people have had with celebrities photobombing them, including Dwyane Wade's sweet reaction to a proposal and the iconic "double-bomb" of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone.

  • Be on the lookout in your photos — you never know who'll show up.

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In another case of celebrities being just like us, they love a good photobomb. They do it to each other on red carpets all the time.

But these cases are special — these famous faces actually chose to bless regular people with their presence, and memorialize it with a photo.

Dwyane Wade was walking along the beach in California when he was overcome by this couple's proposal

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The former NBA superstar was walking along the beach in Montecito when he happened to walk right by an in-process proposal.

Instagram user @ryanbasch shared a series of three photos of Wade walking behind the happy couple and eventually taking a photo with them. He captioned the photos, "When @dwyanewade happens to be taking a sunset stroll on the beach and walks by mid-proposal."

Wade even shared the photos to his Instagram story, and DMed Basch himself, writing, "I need y'all marriage to work. It's now on my conscience." Basch eventually invited Wade to the wedding — so perhaps we'll see more of this unlikely friendship.

Jason Segel happened to walk by this couple's engagement photos and decided to hop in

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Jason Segel photobombed this Philly couple's photoshoots. Courtesy of Twisted Oaks Studio

Megan Monaco and Joe Fetrow were visiting Philadelphia to take their engagement photos when they noticed the "How I Met Your Mother" star walking around the area. According to Twisted Oaks Studio, the comedian came over to say hi, and he jumped right into a photo with the couple, who are both big Segel fans.

"You don't expect something like that to happen ... and then it does, and it was so fun," Monaco told CNN.

Zach Braff looked positively ecstatic to be in the background of this romantic wedding shot

Tweet Embed: //twitter.com/mims/statuses/403735893099286530?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw This is one of my best photobombs ever: pic.twitter.com/LZS0TZE3JS

The "Scrubs" star called it one of his best photobombs ever.

Jimmy Fallon brought along two Chrises, Pratt and Hemsworth, to surprise football fans

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Jimmy Fallon, Chris Pratt, and Chris Evans. NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images

Fallon had a segment called "Celebrity Photobomb" in which he and some friends surprised unsuspecting Seahawk and Patriot fans for the 2015 Super Bowl.

He also photobombed some tourists alongside Jon Hamm

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Jimmy Fallon and Jon Hamm. NBC

Not even royals are immune to the photobomb bug — can you spot Prince Harry in the background of this photo?

 

This photo was taken at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland.

Amy Schumer was out for a run when she decided to take a break and join an engagement photo shoot

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We doubt the couple thought she ruined the shoot.

Jason Momoa channeled his inner Aquaman for this wedding shoot

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How convenient that he just happened to be carrying his trident.

Dave Chappelle originally declined to join these engagement photos, but changed his mind and asked to 'just photobomb one'

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He told the photographer that "We're gonna go viral, man."

Adam Sandler bumped into a couple taking their wedding photos, and decided to come over and chat

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The bride recognized him and called him over.

And in perhaps the most wholesome of photobombs, Tom Hanks came upon a couple in Central Park and decided to hop in a few photos with them

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Elizabeth and Ryan! Congrats and blessings! Hanx. pic.twitter.com/Uy2GIqYphU

 

Apparently, Hanks even offered to officiate.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau got out of the way for a bride while he was surfing

Tweet Embed: //twitter.com/mims/statuses/761967906649280512?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw #Trudeau moves out of the way for a bride coming onto the beach to be married. #tofino #cdnpoli #surf #wedding pic.twitter.com/0oWus4Qsmi

Yup, that's Trudeau rocking a wet-suit in Tofino, British Columbia.

Bill Murray is an accomplished photobomber and party crasher

 

Once, the "Ghostbusters" star crashed a bachelor party and made an impromptu speech.

This fan got more than he asked for when his picture with Sylvester Stallone was photobombed by none other than Arnold Schwarzenegger

 

The two action movie icons are said to have had a "violent hatred" for each other in the '80s, but have clearly worked it out.

Bradley Cooper was visiting his alma mater, Georgetown University, when he happened upon a couple taking their wedding photos

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Cooper graduated from Georgetown in 1997.

Clearly, Bill Clinton was way happier to photobomb this little girl than she was to hear him speak

Tweet Embed: //twitter.com/mims/statuses/529293840596086784?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw President #BillClinton photobombs a sad little girl in his greatest campaign moment yet http://t.co/1pzMSNmcFg pic.twitter.com/VeXTUBMMYV

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