Are Celebrity Tabloids' Days Numbered Now That Stars Give Away Photos for Free?Dodai Stewart8/22/12 2:00pmFiled to: CelebrityThey postedtwitterfameTabloidstweet17EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkIn a piece for USA Today, Whitney Matheson has introduced us to They Posted, a collection of the juiciest stuff on Twitter and Instagram: celebrity photos.AdvertisementThey Posted reveals that Ke$ha has the word penis painted on her nails. Emmy Rossum just shot a great portrait of William H. Macy. Joan Rivers hung out with a dude named Spy Boy Honey last night. Kat Von D is wearing ridiculous shoes today. And maybe you never wanted to know what Adam Levine looks like post-shower, but there it is.In direct contrast to perfect poses and PR-approved interviews in glossy monthly magazines, weekly tabloids like Star, Us, and In Touch promise a glimpse inside stars' lives: The unscripted moments, the casual ensembles, the minutiae intended to remind: Stars are just like us! But with that so many famous folks using social media, voluntarily posting instant updates, behind-the-scenes photos and pet pictures, will readers bother continuing to drop hard-earned dollars on a publication that may have week-old photos? Since Instagram and Twitter allow you to follow only who you're interested in and They Posted has a search feature, a fan can curate exactly who and what they want to see. And when you see that Miley Cyrus is in bed with her dog, and Lady Gaga takes crooked self-portraits, it's pretty clear that stars are just like us. It's those Rich Kids Of Instagram we find it hard to relate to.