Zac Efron, former High School Musical heartthrob and star of the upcoming Dirty Grandpa, was thankful for two things yesterday: Martin Luther King Jr. and reaching 10 million followers on Instagram. Before it was deleted, his tweet read, “I’m grateful for a couple things today: Martin Luther King Jr & 10 million…
It probably will not surprise you to learn that your favorite beauty blogger or reality television star is almost certainly getting paid to post that perfectly lit selfie with an artfully placed tooth-whitening kit or meal replacement shake on her Instagram account. What you don’t know, really, is how much money they…
Because adolescence is a blithesome, tranquil time when we treat our peers with the tenderest sympathy and respect, a number of English secondary school students have created anonymous Instagram accounts inspired by the show Gossip Girl.
Instagram’s most famous animal rescue foundation is beloved by celebrities and millions of fans, and completely and utterly terrifying. Scrolling through the Black Jaguar-White Tiger™ feed is like seeing the beginning of Grizzly Man play out on social media.
In its infancy four years ago, Britney Spears’s Instagram was a boring place filled with overly filtered photos of her posing with The Wanted (remember The Wanted?), filming The X Factor, and performing during her Femme Fatale tour. Like many celebrity Instagrams, it was a place for shameless and impersonal promotion.
Pia Alonzo Wurtzbach, the crowned 2015 Miss Universe, posted a message of gratitude on Instagram, which also included a note praising first runner-up Ariadna Gutierrez, Miss Colombia.
Get those flashing alarm emojis on deck because there is some BIG NEWS on the horizon. Young Bieber and the father of Aubrey Drake Graham are collaborating...on something.
Tina Lawson (formerly Tina Knowles) has discovered Instagram. Beyoncé and Solange’s mama, and, unofficially, everybody’s mom, is leaving her social media footprint with what I would argue is one of the best mom-produced Instagram accounts available.
Glamour’s January cover features besties and stars of the forthcoming movie Sisters, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler. It’s also an issue devoted to “social”—also known as Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and all those other platforms the cover stars don’t actually use.
If the world of wedding blogs is a candy-colored, calligraphed, calla-lillied carnival, then wedding Instagram is without a doubt that carnival’s champagne-wasted, sugar-high sideshow. When I got engaged, I started following The Knot, thinking it would set a fire under my ass to get me to start planning. Then, little…
Three weeks ago, The Game posted a photo of decorative towels on Instagram that changed the course of history. Instagram is now reportedly looking to take down the post for violation of its...what, decorative towel policy???? Come on.
Ariel Winter has been very open about her body issues and her choice to have a breast reduction surgery. Unfortunately, users on Instagram—usually the height of propriety—didn’t get the message that just because a woman posts a photo of herself in a bikini doesn’t mean she’s inviting comments on her body.
Vogue’s creative director Grace Coddington thinks people posting about food all the time on Instagram are “pathetic” and she’s obviously right. But whatever, look at that cat. #cats #catsofinstagram #cutecats #catstagram #kittycats #catlove #catowners #catladies #meowmeow.
If you haven’t perused the Instagram of Lindsay Lohan recently, you’ve missed several riveting moments in the actress’ life, including a plate of shrimp scampi, some inspirational quotes and a shot of her Bitmoji avatar sitting on the can. Most recently, the 29-year-old posted a photo of herself dressed up like Sharon…
R.I.P. Hipster Barbie™. The 20-year-old Portland native who created the satirical account to take jabs at Instagram’s try-hard community, is saying peace to her 1.3 million followers.
When reformed Instagram “influencer” Essena O’Neill tearfully turned her back on social media this week for being “fake,” her *former* friends, YouTube celebrities Nina and Randa, put up their own video to prove that actually Essena is fake, hello! Teens, am I right? Wrong: guess how old Nina and Randa are?
Eighteen-year-old Australian Instagram star Essena O’Neill has publicly turned her back on a lucrative #fitspo-filled social media platform, a move that is apparently the teen equivalent of taking a swan dive into the smoking pits of Mordor.
The question asked in that headline is a legitimate one, as I honestly have no clue what’s happening in the video. It was reportedly uploaded to Nicki Minaj’s Instagram last night, and deleted soon after for reasons about which I’m not entirely clear.
On Thursday night, The Game posted a thirst trap photo on Instagram. It’s hard to focus on what’s happening, though, what with the distraction in the background.
Prince, the mysterious Minnesotan, joined Instagram three days ago and renamed it Princestagram. Naturally, the star’s account is not what you might expect.