Nothing else of note happened this year, right?

Now that we've gone past the half-way point of the year, there's only one thing we can do - laugh at the newest 2020 meme that's circulating online.

Taking some of their most iconic roles and turning them into memes for each month of this past year, celebrities such as Reese Witherspoon and Charlize Theron have been gifting us with hilarious depictions of the range of emotions we've all been feeling these last few months.

Here are some of the best celebrity and general 2020 month memes that we've spotted on the internet.

Kelly Kapoor is one of the most underrated TV characters of all time, FYI.

Too accurate, Mark Ruffalo.

Like the rest of us, Kerry Washington has been through the wringer.

And so has Viola Davis.

So many emotions.


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2020. I feel you @reesewitherspoon @kerrywashington @mindykaling

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What's with everyone having a picture on the phone?

Can't wait for Josh Gad's September breakout.

Surprisingly, Kyle MacLachlan's 2020 started off with 'Twin Peaks'.

Yep, even 'Normal People' got in on the action.


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And, somehow, there is still more #2020 left ? . Inspo via @reesewitherspoon, mood via @daisyedgarjones #NormalPeople

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Someone try top Charlize Theron's effort.

Will never seems to catch a break on that show.

Even Este Haim from Haim got in on the action (with a cheeky little plug of their tour going on sale too).

The 'Killing Eve' team upped the ante by adding in gifs.

'RuPaul's Drag Race' fans, you know the tea.

And of course, let's not forget David Rose from 'Schitt's Creek', who has a constant look of fear on that well-moisturized face of his.

Which one is your favourite? Let us know in the Facebook comments.