12 Ways Our Favorite Celebs Are Celebrating the Fourth of July

Happy Fourth of July! Since most of us are probably preoccupied with BBQs and other holiday gatherings, it is quite possible that you may have missed a few patriotic posts from your favorite celebrities. Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat—let's face it, there are a lot of social media platforms to keep up with. Luckily for you, we've rounded up the best celeb posts from the Fourth of July festivities. Scroll down to see how the stars have been celebrating America's 240th year of independence!

Hanging out at the beach with the whole squad


Basically, anyone who's anybody was at Taylor Swift's annual party.

Wearing a tank top that shows how much you love bae


Looks like relations between America and England are quite cozy these days. 

Restocking those highly-coveted Lip Kits


 

A photo posted by King Kylie (@kyliejenner) on

Being able to buy lip kits at our leisure is definitely the American dream, no?

Trying out patriotic AF Pinterest desserts


 

A photo posted by Lucy Hale (@lucyhale) on

Brownie points if you totally nail it like Lucy Hale did! 

Or creating mouth-watering desserts of your own


 

A photo posted by Lauren Conrad (@laurenconrad) on

ONLY Lauren Conrad.

Releasing Fourth of July-themed Kimojis


Because who DOESN'T need to text a Kardashian with a 'Merica hat?

Hosting backyard parties with the whole fam


Finally, a normal Fourth of July celebration...

Or having Instagram-worthy birthday celebrations! 


 

A photo posted by Ashley Tisdale (@ashleytisdale) on

This is the stuff of dreams.

Hanging poolside with friends and flower crowns


 

A photo posted by Emma Roberts (@emmaroberts) on

Why not?

Showing your love for the USA, even when you're not on American soil


Always for America.

Spending quality time with your newly adopted furry friend


 

A photo posted by Miley Cyrus (@mileycyrus) on

...and your ex-fiancé/maybe current fiancé. Always keeping us guessing...

Releasing a PSA that shows what it truly means to be part of America 

Yep, he wins.