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Google’s genius new Arts & Culture app has been all over social media recently and is so popular that Jimmy Kimmel just had to test it out on his show — to hilarious effect.

The app is Google’s way of making great art more accessible in this digital age by comparing user selfies with famous works of art. This being 2018, the selfies have quickly become a meme, with people less interested in the art and more focused on the hilarious comparisons provided by the app.

Jimmy Kimmel tried it on himself and his sidekick Guillermo, as well as Donald Trump, Mitch McConnell, and Steve Bannon (however, we’re pretty sure Kimmel cheated a little bit with the last three).

Watch the video above and then check out some of the best social media reactions to the app below.

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Note that the app’s selfie feature is only available in certain regions.

Next, watch this video on everything you need to know about the Supreme box logo. 

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