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Colin Powell Posts Selfie, Captions the Snap: 'Eat Your Heart Out Ellen'

March 14, 2014 (7:34 am) GMT
The former statesman takes to Facebook to share an image of his younger version standing in front of a mirror holding a camera and tags Ellen DeGeneres in the post.

Colin Powell brags to that he took selfies long before it became a trend. The former Secretary of State and U.S. General took to Facebook on Thursday, March 13 to share a vintage photo of him which was taken 60 years ago.

In the black-and-white photo, a young Powell can be seen standing in front of a mirror. He looks dapper in a waistcoat and pants as he took photo of his reflection. "Throwback Thursday - I was doing selfies 60 years before you Facebook folks. Eat your heart out Ellen!" the 76-year-old statesman captioned the photo, tagging DeGeneres' Facebook account in the end of the post.

The host of "" briefly crashed Twitter after she uploaded a star-studded selfie with many stars such as , , , , , , , , , and her brother Peter Nyong'o Jr. at the Oscars earlier this month. The photo was retweeted more than 1 million time in 1 hour.

Powell was not the only one who took part in Throwback Thursday. shared a photo of her as a young girl on Instagram that day. In the photo, the girl can be seen sporting some cuts below her eye. "I was either mauled by my little baby sister or our pet cat fluffy. RIP fluffy but that's what you get for mauling my face," she wrote.



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