Celebrities had way too much fun at Burning Man

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So much love for the playa.

Like your cousin Lonnie, celebrities have been enjoying a bit of a hippie moment these past couple years. 

One symptom of this phase is that going to Burning Man, the week-long temporary community that pops up every year in Black Rock Desert, Nevada, in the name of radical self-expression and communal effort, was incredibly chic this summer.   

It's arguable that no one will ever be able to top last year's Instagram of Susan Sarandon in a flower crown, but these guys definitely got close. 

Supermodel Karlie Kloss drove a giant vacuum.


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Fast and Furious star slash model Scott Eastwood manned a kissing booth.

Katy Perry wore a faux-fur surgical mask...


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...and a wild set of neon wings.

👼🏻 luminary fairy 👼🏻

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Diplo sent a prayer up for Harambe.

RIP Harambe

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Heidi Klum rode a bike.

Burning Man ....WOW👀 I❤️N👽C🐍R💥E🌞D🌚I🍭B🎪L👾E🚀

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But Paris Hilton rode this bike.

#BurnBaby ✨🍑👽✨

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She also cosplayed as She-Ra.

She-Ra does #BurningMan 🔥✨👸🏼✨🔥

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And made dust angels.

YouTuber Jesse Wellens did a push-up.

😷 Burning Man

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Model Cara Delevingne posed as live art.

So let the burn begin...🔥

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All in all, not a bad showing!
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