On Oscar night, Angelina Jolie struck an awkward pose on-stage. She showed off her right leg through a slit in her dress.
The move was judged instantly in the court of social media. The verdict probably wasn't what Jolie had in mind.
A fake Twitter account claiming to belong to Jolie's leg was created. It now has over 26,000 followers.
In an Internet phenomenon known as "Legbombing," people are Photoshopping Jolie's leg onto other celebrities.
But what if Angelina Jolie's leg becomes too powerful? What Internet meme will be able to stop it?
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