In a pivotal scene of A Star Is Born, Bradley Cooper's character (Jackson Maine) hugs Ally (played by Lady Gaga) as she looks at a giant billboard of her self above LA's Sunset Strip.

On the internet, however, users saw some extra meaning in the image and have, of course, given it the meme treatment.


Though Director Bradley Cooper may not have intended it this way, the colors featured on the billboard match those found on the bisexual flag.

What's more, the word "ALLY" in giant letters across the bottom is obviously supposed to be the name of Gaga's character, but could just as easily mean small-A ally, as in an ally to the LGBTQ+ community.

Twitter quickly turned the image into a meme to show off some of the most outstanding things an LGBTQ+ ally can do!


My friend in 9th grade who would watch The Anna Nicole Smith show with me.pic.twitter.com/nzryc5pTuG twitter.com


When God invented the prostatepic.twitter.com/aJ48A9bN3W twitter.com

This is what it means to be an ally, people!

when a straight person plays Carly Rae Jepsenpic.twitter.com/XblzCioHoF twitter.com


My dad is watching Alyssa Edwards' Netflix show he is a truepic.twitter.com/K6u1TOfJgQ twitter.com

Also, Twitter wasn't going to let the opportunity for some dynamite movie references fly past!

When Mafalda changed the bedsheetspic.twitter.com/WRgL6c9KOr twitter.com


When Elio's dad says β€œwhat a waste"pic.twitter.com/I2sbRa9GXR twitter.com


When Janelle Monae makes the bed for Chironpic.twitter.com/GXPxpOZ54s twitter.com

Even in the office, you can be a staunch ally.

when my str8 coworker likes my tweets about eating asspic.twitter.com/ji2wEcECrv twitter.com

Twitter's meme game has been on point lately, especially within the LGBTQ+ community.

A variation on the famous "distracted boyfriend" meme recently popped upβ€”except in this version, the man is distracted by a hunky man coming out of the ocean.

Is... is this an improved version of the "Distracted Boyfriend" memepic.twitter.com/VihmJGDnx6 twitter.com


Like this?pic.twitter.com/1a6ov9pO9B twitter.com

There's nothing quite like memes about memes...

George Michael - Careless Whisper.mp3pic.twitter.com/y0hT7dPs6b twitter.com


Yespic.twitter.com/gyX0JVpxSZ twitter.com


pic.twitter.com/FTzmmlqQ3I twitter.com

There was one version A Star Is Born fans absolutely could not get behind however.

pic.twitter.com/Rfbxfcj0Nt twitter.com

With both of these memes spreading like wildfire through Twitter, there's really only one question left to address:

How long until the city of West Hollywood buys that giant ALLY billboard for permanent display?

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