- Ariana Grande so far has managed to get a staggering 201 million followers
- Ariana is followed by Kylie Jenner with 194 million and Selena Gomez with 192 million followers
- The first person to hit 200 million followers was football star Cristiano Ronaldo, who currently has 237 million followers
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Social media is becoming one of the ways in which celebrities can identify their influence on their fans and the world in general.
The more social media followers you have, the more influential you are and it even increases your chances of getting endorsements through social media.
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International pop star Ariana Grande has made history by becoming the first woman to hit the 200 million followers mark on Instagram.
At the time of publishing this article, the singer had a staggering 201 million followers while following only a small number of 687 people. According to ABS-CBN news, Ariana is followed by Kylie Jenner with 194 million and Selena Gomez with 192 million followers.
The most-followed man on Instagram is football star Cristiano Ronaldo with 237 million and movie star Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson behind him with 196 million.
Speaking of the former WWE wrestler The Rock, he recently went on social media revealing that he and his family had contracted coronavirus. The actor shared the news in an Instagram video revealing his wife, Lauren Hashian, and their two daughters, two-year-old Tiana and four-year-old Jasmine, all tested positive.
Dwayne said it was the most challenging thing they had ever gone through as a family.
He said the babies had sore throats but apart from that it was life as normal but he and Lauren had much more difficult times with the virus but got through it.
The movie star noted they got the virus from close family friends who were devastated that they were the ones who transmitted it to them.
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Source: Briefly News