The Internet's most likeable celebs
Much of your life is reflected on Facebook, right down to your friends, weekend plans and training updates for that half-marathon you've got in four months, which, by the mercy of God, the world might implode if you don't post. But celebrity culture, on the other hand, enjoys a particularly different relationship with the social network.
On Facebook, the world's biggest stars aren't necessarily the most popular, instead giving way to younger, hipper artists that engage fans by posting status updates, tour date links and personalized video clips. Who are the most-'liked' people on Facebook? With data from research firm Likester's adCenter, here's the list.
* 'Like' totals current as of Aug. 2012.
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