The sunny months of 2015 have seen their fair share of Hollywood babies, bikinis, and breakups, along with a clearly defined roster of total winners. These celebrities weren't just cool for the summer, they, for better or worse, grabbed the sun by its rays and came out on top again, and again, and again.
Here are the 11 celebs who absolutely won summer 2015.
Nevermind that Jen FINALLY married Justin Theroux, after being engaged since 2012 – what this summer proved is that the Friends star can pull one over on all of Hollywood!
The wedding took place at Jennifer's Bel Air, California, home, in a secret ceremony disguised as a birthday party for Theroux, who turned 44 on Aug. 10. A source told ET that wedding plans have actually been "in the works for at least a month."
Now, after a luxurious Bora Bora honeymoon, and debuting that swoon-worthy wedding ring, Jennifer Aniston is back to work with the satisfaction that she totally destroyed the summer this year!
It's hard to believe that Caitlyn's now-iconic Vanity Fair cover came out in June.
In just three short months, the 65-year-old Olympian went from a reality star to a global inspiration and high-profile voice for transgender issues.
"Up until now, I have totally isolated myself from the transgender community so I have a lot of catching up to do," wrote Caitlyn in July. "I feel such a responsibility to this courageous group to try to get it right and tell all sides of the story."
Despite her rising stadonr on Comedy Central, many people still didn't know who Amy Schumer was coming into the summer months. But after her major film debut with Trainwreck, along with her hilarious and thoughtful brand of comedy going viral, that has all changed very quickly.
"We thought we were making this secret feminist show and people weren't going to catch on what we were doing," Amy said at the Peabody Awards in June.
This entry might be controversial, and that's fine. Kanye had a relatively sleepy summer, and we are STILL waiting on his new album SWISH. Not everyone is a fan of what Yeezy (or his famous wife) does, and some don't really consider him a winner of anything.
But that speech at the MTV Video Music Awards, had to be the most brilliant, bizarre, and interesting thing that has happened at an awards show (maybe ever!). Nevermind admitting he was high, and announcing his plans to run for president in 2020, Kanye showed us that night what he always shows us on all nights: that himself is all he can be.
Kanye at all times has a fire-breathing dragon's worth on intensity and passion right under his skin, and if we somehow forgot, we definitely know it now. And that's just awesome.
It's almost expected that Taylor wins with everything she does. That’s not to say there haven't been missteps, but the 25-year-old pop icon just keeps finding her way to establish herself as one of the top -- if not THE TOP -- artists of our time.
From her "Bad Blood" music video, to her relationship with DJ Calvin Harris having the media wrapped around her finger, to the way she so effortlessly and intimately reaches her fans, Taylor Swift wins the summer just like she's pretty much won 2015, so far.
Taylor Swift won so hard, that her entire SQUAD is an honorable mention on this list.
"So it's gonna be forever, or it's gonna go down in flames," but for now, yeah Taylor Swift is pretty much the tops.
The grandstanding presidential hopeful, who began the summer by making offensive remarks about Latinos and losing his partnerships with NBC and Univision, wound up becoming the highest profile Republican candidate for president and remains competitive in the polls to this day.
All the while, some of the more interesting positions the 69-year-old has taken during his campaign include supporting Kanye's run in 2020, and deciding that Heidi Klum is "no longer a 10."
The 28-year-old ball-buster knocked out her Brazilian opponent, Bethe Correia, in just 34 seconds at the UFC 190 in Rio de Janeiro in August, defending her undefeated record and title as the UFC women's bantamweight champion.
And now, Ronda has acted in movies, and become one of the most celebrated athletes in sports!
She talked to ET in March about what it was like acting with the late Paul Walker in Furious 7.
"I was only filming while he was still with us," Rousey said of Walker. "The atmosphere was very cheery and family-like and everyone was there just to help each other. He was a joy to be around and you could tell that everybody wasn’t there for themselves, they were there for each other. I'm just lucky to have been one of the last people to witness that."