Who has more fun than this lil’ lady?
Neither human nor fellow emoji can ever reach the level of true carefree bliss embodied by the dancing lady/flamenco woman/red dress dancer icon. However, people have come close—i.e.: Mandy Moore and her Johanna Ortiz look at the SAG-AFTRA Foundation’s Patron of the Artists Awards Thursday.
Doesn't she look just like the character?
While a red dress may not be the magical answer to living your best life, we’re pretty sure it’s a good first step.
Scroll down below to see more celebs who've channeled the fun-loving emoji with a zest that would make her proud.
The singer dazzled at the 2017 CMA Awards in her crimson gown and its sky-high slit. Ankle-strap heels and Amrapali earrings completed the look.
VB celebrated her latest collaboration with Estee Lauder in Dublin on Oct. 4 in this frilly red shirt dress from her own collection ($3,150; victoriabeckham.com) and black boots (shop a similar style here). Beckham herself couldn't deny the similarity of her look to that of the energetic emoji lady.
This lady in red channeled the most stylish of emojis in a sheer gown with scalloped detailing on the torso and hem, which she paired with a set of ruby-hued Sophia Webster sandals on the red carpet at the 2017 Video Music Awards.
At the 2017 Emmys, Nicole Kidman attempted to look like our favorite emoji in a bold Calvin Klein by Appointment dress that the house is calling grenadine, not red. Regardless of the exact shade of crimson, doesn't she look just like the character?
RiRi stole the show in Giambattista Valli Haute Couture at the London premiere of Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets. Bonus points: she wore the emoji lady's look better than Ms. Emoji herself ever could. Where's our Rihanna emoji, Apple?
Jenny from the Block arrived at the 2011 Met Gala in an elegant red Gucci gown and a floral shrug. We have no doubt J.Lo hit the dance floor and struck a pose that would make flamenco girl proud.
Petal-like embellishments allowed the pop star's daring Marchesa gown to absorb the true essence of the iconic dancing lady.
This gorgeous Rubin Singer LRD was made for dancing. The emoji lady would be oh so proud.
While the singer's pose doesn't quite convey the red dress lady's carefree attitude, we think Ms. Emoji would be all for Rita's sleek slit-bearing Marchesa column gown.
Lively stunned at the Age of Adaline premiere in this dazzling (and dancing emoji lady-approved) Monique Lhuillier ball gown.
The model matched the carpet at her first Met Gala (in 2015) with this plunging Diane von Furstenberg gown and a pair of seriously chic pumps. We're sensing some serious jealousy from the emoji lady—er, taste-maker.
This settles it: Marchesa must've styled the emoji lady—they're just *so* in-sync.
Kerr's billowing ball gown is clearly a high-fashion take on the emoji gal's signature style.
Jenna Dewan Tatum
Jenna simply is the dancing emoji lady in this fiery Prabal Gurung piece.
Who says the dancer emoji has to be red? The Modern Family star made a case for the saucy LBD in Martha Medeiros at the premiere of The Emoji Movie. BTW, she *actually* voices the flamenco emoji!