You’re nobody unless you’re somebody on social media
You might not have noticed, but a shift is among us. Where once celebrities measured themselves with Academy Awards, box office hauls and Q Scores, today entertainment's biggest names must be online, or they are nowhere at all.
Instagram has become, like Twitter, ground zero for prominent people to carve out space, engaging with and building a fan base of millions. Who are the photo sharing service's most photogenic, most-followed users? Click through to find out.
*Follower counts current as of April, 2013. Only people were considered for this list; organizations such as MTV or Starbucks were omitted.
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