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10 Classic Works Of Art Totally Improved By Emoji

How did we express ourselves before emoji? They say you can't improve on a classic, but...we totally did. With new unlockable emoji Charms, Bejeweled Stars helps you go to your shiny place.

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2. Monty has been trying to take this selfie for the last 10 minutes, but his friends will not stop photobombing him.

Henri Fantin-Latour - Self Portrait (1861) / Via nga.gov

It's not funny anymore. Monty's about to lose it.

4. Pierre would absolutely murder a pulled pork taco right now, but his cell has no service in this desert.

Pierre Puvis de Chavannes - The Prodigal Son (1879) / Via nga.gov

Shimmering taco mirages dance before his eyes, teasing him.

5. After this unfortunate day in the park, little Johanna never looked at birds the same way again.

August Renoir - Madame Monet and Her Son (1874) / Via nga.gov

All she'll say is, "I had a bad experience."

6. Katie caught a spoiler from her favorite show on her morning commute.

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec - A Corner Of The Moulin de Galette (1892) / Via nga.gov

Now her whole day is literally ruined.

7. Paige's mom took her phone away, so now she's trying to remember how people had fun before phones.

8. George forgot he had a chemistry exam until literally just now.

George Friedrich Schmidt / Self-Portrait Sketching / Via nga.gov

It's multiple choice, so George is just gonna pick "C" for every answer and pray.

10. All the gentry agreed that 4K definition really made the colors of the regatta "pop" more than previous years.

Eugéne Boudin - Beach Scene At Trouville (1863) / Via nga.gov

"It's like really being there!" Lady Elzbeth exclaimed.

With hundreds of unlockable Charms — awesome unique emojis — you can send gifts and messages to your friends in Bejeweled Stars! Express yo'self.

Go to your shiny place!

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