Which Famous Friends Are You And Your Best Mate?

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Virgin TV Edit
On Mar 29, 2017

How would you describe your friendship?

How long have you known your best friend?

What did you first bond over?

How would you two spend your ideal day off?

Choose a film to watch together

What are you most likely to fight about?

Do you share the same taste in clothes?

How often do you see each other?

Matt Damon and Ben Affleck

Matt Damon and Ben Affleck

Like Hollywood’s most famous bros, you two have known each other your whole lives (or at least it feels that way). Which means you’re there for each other through thick and thin – personal traumas, professional blips (Gigli, anyone?), you’ve seen it all.

You should spend your £50 each on: A mates’ night in. You lead such busy lives that you can sometimes forget to catch up with each other – so go get some pizza and rent a couple of quality movies.

Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet

Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet

Just like the multi-talented pair who met on the set of Titanic almost 20 years ago, you’re long-time pals who prove that girls and guys can be friends without any complicated feelings.

You should spend your £50 each on: His and hers watches. Sure, they might not be the kind of Tag Heuers that Leo and Kate can afford, but it’s a classy reminder of how much you mean to each other.

Sirs Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart

Sirs Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart

You two are fairly recent best buds, even if your paths might have crossed a lot in the past. It’s as if you’ve known each other forever, and you celebrate that just like Ian and Patrick, by holding hands, wearing matching hats and capturing all your favourite moments on camera.

You should spend your £50 each on: More matching hats! Or tickets to see Taylor Swift live. Admit it, you’re both huge fans.

Tina Fey and Amy Poehler

Tina Fey and Amy Poehler

Just like these two comedy doyens, you two are so close you’re practically family. You’ve known each other since college, which means you’ve been through a lot together – questionable fashion choices, ill-fated romances and career struggles – and are still going strong.

You should spend your £50 each on: Tap shoes. You’re born entertainers and you’re even better in a double act, so why not pick up a new hobby together?

Eminem and Sir Elton John

Eminem and Sir Elton John

Just like this unlikely duo, there’s a master and a grasshopper in your friendship. One of you has been a real mentor to the other, and that’s been a great foundation for a long and meaningful partnership.

You should spend your £50 each on: A spa weekend. You’ve both had a lot of pressure on your shoulders, so you could so with some downtime to relax and unwind.