They're selfie obsessed! Kim Kardashian, Jennifer Lopez and Madonna lead the way as Interview features EIGHT different cover stars for #ME issue
In many ways young people today could be described as the 'selfie generation.'
And Andy Warhol's iconic Interview magazine has paid tribute to this self-aggrandizing trend by featuring amateur self portraits form the stars including Kim Kardashian, Jennifer Lopez, Madonna and Miley Cyrus on an astonishing eight separate covers for its new #Me issue.
They are just a few of the cavalcade of A-list personalities who are appearing in what is sure to be a favourite for magazine collectors and the celebrity obsessed everywhere.
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Reality television personality Kim is in typically good form, appearing completely naked on a bed on her cover, which hints at some of her most memorable moments among fans.
Her selfie cover appearance will no doubt be a source of delicious irony for the Keeping Up With The Kardashians favourite, as her own book of selfies, which she cunningly titled Selfish, has proven to be quite the flop, with an August 3 report from Nielsen Bookscan revealing it had logged sales of just 32,000 copies.
Jennifer Lopez is also sure to give fans a thrill by appearing in a skimpy piece of lingerie while brandishing her mobile phone.
A Booty-ful sight: Jennifer Lopez's skimpy cover outfit looks like what she wore in her recent music video
Madonna's effort is all the more shocking due to the fact she is actually fully clothed.
Other cover stars include Victoria Beckham, who is photobombed by husband David and son Brooklyn, Selena Gomez, Wert Alas and Zayn Malik.
However appears the cover star most tongues will be wagging about is Cyrus, as inside the MTV VMA host also appears in a series of typically raunchy nude photographs.
Shocking: Queen of controversy Madonna did it again by appearing fully clothed in her cover
And there are plenty more heart-warmly narcissistic celebrities featured inside, including including Laverne Cox, Diplo, A$AP Rocky, Riccardo Tisci, Ai Weiwei, Snoop Dogg and Cher.
Add in the likes of Kendall Jenner, Jeremy Scott, Carine Roitfeld, Alexander Wang, Zoë Kravitz, and Willow Smith, and it is quite the bumper issue for selfie fans.
Explaining the issue's rationale, the magazine's editorial director Fabien Baron said: 'Social media is where we live now, no question. And if Andy (Warhol) were still alive, he'd have a huge presence online.
She's at it again: Miley Cyrus' penchant for appearing almost naked continues apace with her appearance in the magazine
Shameless: Victoria Beckham's big moment is partially snatched by photobombers David and Brooklyn
'In much the same way we at magazines put together a story and create a character or narrative, everyone can now package themselves as they see fit.
'Everyone can invent their own image and create their own story.'
Interview was founded in 1969 iconic pop culture artist Andy Warhol and British journalist John Wilcock.
It soon became very influential, earning the nickname 'the crystal ball of pop,' and features often unedited conversations between actors, artists and musicians.
Oh brother: Rumoured rekindled flame Nick Jonas will surely be first in line to pick up Selena Gomez's issue
Collector's item: While he is unlikely to sell many issues there could be future value in the back-issues market from owning a Wert Alas cover
Going his own way: Former One Direction favourite Zayn Malik appears on the final cover
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