Back when we had to pay for each individual picture to be developed and also had to pay for the film to take the pictures in the first place, photobombing was not as big as it is today.
Paul McCartney did not care about your photography costs. In fact, he recently claimed that he invented the selfie. Clearly, he invented the photobomb. In this theater group shot, the two fans posing with George Harrison don’t realize the most famous Beatle is behind them!
Jared Leto is no novice when it comes to photobombs. This time someone got him. Lupita Nyong’o is backstage at the Dolby Theatre after the 2014 Oscars.
With both celebs clutching their statues, Nyong’o dishes some payback. Just hours earlier, you may recall, Leto executed one of the best photobombs ever.
Michael Cera was named photobomb king many years ago. One of his favorite photo capers has been photobombing random strangers.
Here, an unassuming young lady is arranging a selfie angle, and, lo and behold, some dude is blocking the background view. Oh, hi, it’s Michael Cera from "Arrested Development ."
Melanie Griffith and Carly Simon were having a moment at the Oceana Partners Awards Gala benefit in LA when a perennial celebrity, now a septarian, Jane Fonda, decided she would not be left out.
Stepping between her two friends, she made a face and planted the requisite bunny ears over each head.
This George Costanza photobomb is considered the first-ever photobomb according to the internets.
It’s from an episode of " Seinfeld" called “The Slicer.” The creepy look on Costanza’s face behind the wholesome family portrait makes it an instant classic.