Taylor Swift's famous #GirlSquad is definitely the power crew of 2015.
Its members span careers (models, singers, actresses, writers), countries (England, USA, New Zealand) and of course boyfriends (Calvin Harris, Jack Antonoff and now Zayn Malik).
But after Jennifer Lawrence formed something of a female celeb triple threat with Emma Stone and Adele earlier this week, we're wondering if Taylor might have something to worry about.
Could J-Law and her crew really overtake Tay's Squad? Let's examine the evidence.
Without further ado, here's a rundown of Taylor and Jen's BFF situation.
Jennifer and Amy revealed back in August that they were writing a screenplay together. What's more, they apparently talk every day, with Jen calling Amy "the coolest chick ever."
Okay, Emma and Taylor have hung out a few times too, but there's something about the Emma-and-Jen combo that is giving us serious friendship goals.
She's a beautiful singer and she also happens to be downright hilarious. We reckon Jen is on board with Adele's no-bullsh*t attitude, too.
"Jennifer Lawrence, I love you so," wrote Emma after reading the actress's essay about the gender pay gap. And just look at them there, sharing a face-palm moment:
Taylor and Selena have been besties for years, and have gotten through break-ups, new relationships, and some serious career drama together. They're in this for the long haul.
Taylor calls the former Victoria's Secret model "a little ray of light". Admirably, Karlie's even okay with being a third wheel to Taylor and Calvin Harris.
Gigi showed the ultimate BFF allegiance earlier this week when she dissed Taylor's ex Harry Styles on the red carpet.
This pair first connected via Twitter in 2012. But Lena admits, "Long before she was my friend, she was my friend in my head."
So who wins out?
Well, Taylor certainly takes the lead in terms of numbers – Lorde, Cara Delevingne, Ellie Goulding, Lily Aldridge also all count themselves as her pals – but we reckon Jennifer Lawrence wins in terms of sheer hilarity.
Adele AND Emma Stone? At one table? C'mon, people.