Ask our girl Taylor Swift all about that. She just got handed her own emoji for her upcoming 'Bad Blood" music video release.
Twitter users who put the hashtag #BadBloodMusicVideo inside their Tweets will see the T-Swift emoji automatically appear on their mobile devices. No it's not a cat with killer eye liner or anything, but a bandage with a bullet hole through it.
That's apparently a reference to a lyric in Tay's new tune. You know, "Band-Aids don't fix bullet holes"...That is also used as a slogan on the Kill Bill-inspired movie-poster images the singer has tweeted to tease the video over the last several days.
Taylor's emoji is similar to the "hashflags" Twitter introduced for the 2010 World Cup. For that, specific hashtags within tweets created national flags. Tay Tay is the first celebrity to get such an emoji. Baller!
Anticipation for Sunday's video premiere already has generated more than a half-million tweets this month...Be prepared to see A LOT of band-aids on Twitter, y'all.