The internet can't get enough of Ke Huy Quan's selfies with fellow celebrities.
The actor shared galleries of photos with his famous counterparts on Instagram during awards season.
Quan capped it off with a photo of himself holding his Oscar on "Jimmy Kimmel Live."
Ke Huy Quan is having a moment.
The "Everything Everywhere All at Once" star may have won an Oscar for best actor in a supporting role earlier this month, but it's his social media antics that has the internet wanting more.
Throughout awards season, Quan seemingly took it upon himself to take selfies with as many celebrities as possible, posting the photos on his Instagram along the way.
The mission appeared to begin at the Academy Museum Gala in October 2022 when he thanked Tilda Swinton for snapping a photo with him in his caption, writing that "my wife finally thinks I'm cool."
Quan reunited with Steven Spielberg, who directed him in the 1984 film "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom," at the Golden Globes in January. He also nabbed selfies with Margot Robbie, Andrew Garfield, and Brad Pitt, among other big names:
At an Academy Awards luncheon on February 13, Quan took photos with Tom Cruise, Angela Bassett, and Malala Yousafzai. He wrote in the caption that he got emotional at the event after remembering he was among the Oscar nominees:
Just a week later, the actor was all smiles with Ariana DeBose, Julianne Moore, and Jamie Foxx at the BAFTAs:
Quan appeared to ramp up his efforts for Oscars weekend, starting with a collection of selfies from Versace's fall/winter 2023 show in Los Angeles on March 10. His photos featured celebrities like Anne Hathaway, Miley Cyrus, and Channing Tatum:
Prior to the big night, he shared another gallery of images, highlighted with appearances from Emily Blunt, John Krasinski, Zendaya, and Terry Crews.
"I have a nephew who loves to collect Pokémon cards. Me? I feel so blessed to be able to collect celebrity selfies," he wrote on Instagram.
Quan's award was present in all his selfies from the Oscars Vanity Fair after-party. He linked up with everyone from Pedro Pascal to Kerry Washington:
He also brought the award to the set of "Jimmy Kimmel Live," where he crashed Kimmel's opening monologue on Monday, the day after snagging the Oscar for best actor. Quan posed with the host and his audience for "One last selfie to mark the end of an unforgettable awards season."
It truly was an unforgettable awards season for the cast and crew of "Everything Everywhere All at Once," who racked up 11 nominations and seven wins at the Oscars alone. In his tear-jerking acceptance speech, Quan shifted his focus from celebrities to family.
"My mom is 84 years old and she's at home watching," he said. "Mom, I just won an Oscar!"
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