Did he learn nothing from fellow Disney stars Vanessa Hudgens and Demi Lovato?
"Granted, Cole and I had been acting our entire lives, so we saw it as a means to an end (money making) rather than an opportunity to become successful." For examples of other celebrity selfies why not have a read of our celebrity selfie special where we've combined the best boobs, bums and six-packs for your viewing pleasure here.
Some people liken it to time stopping, but it's really just your eyes becoming louder than all your other senses. The change in appearance also significantly differentiates Cole physically from his twin brother, who is also still pursuing the acting game.
When are celebrities going to learn that naked selfies are a bad idea?
Dylan Sprouse - the former star of The Suite Life with Zack and Cody - did a very silly thing and pointed his camera at a mirror and clicked at the wrong moment. So far two snaps have surfaced - one where he's thankfully wearing underwear and another where he's not.
A photo posted by Cole Sprouse (@colesprouse) on Oooh, smouldering.
If there's one thing we like, it's a former Disney star with a sense of humour. We bow down to you, sir, as did Dylan who wrote back simply, "Love you too." The twins starred in the show from 2005 to 2008, and in its spin-off The Suite Life on Deck for three years until 2011.
After the photo was posted to Twitter - the actor who is currently enrolled at New York University tweeted: "Whoops, guess I'm not 14 and fat anymore. Dylan recently blasted fellow Disney star Joe Jonas's claims about his time at Disney in an interview.
A sharp and directional focus, as if glasses were put on a face that never knew it was blind. Because Dylan's still donning the fair hair we're used to.
All that white noise had finally ceased, and my mind was able to distill its attention into a single thing for the very first time. But can we also take a moment for how PHWOAR this pair have turned out.
Writing on his Tumblr account, the 21-year-old star said: "First, I think it’s bulls**t that they were being robbed of choice or creativity.
If they wanted to, they could have told Disney “NO”.