With over 34M fans on Twitter and another cool 85M on Facebook, singer Rihanna knows how to treat her fans to sexy pics and an inside look to what it's like to be a world-renowned celebrity.
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For anyone who follows Miley Cyrus on any of her social media sites, you know exactly why she's here. Cyrus is often tweeting out posting pics on Instagram that cause a stir—while inviting fans into her crazy life.
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She may be young, but Selena Gomez knows the power of social media, often posting things to help promote herself—along with the company she helped to finance—Postcard On The Run.
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There's a very good reason why so many people get annoyed with pop star Justin Bieber—and it's not just because he finds himself in the headlines all the time.
It's also because he constantly puts himself out on social media, posting pics and videos to help connect with his fans.
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He may not seem like the social media type, but rapper Eminem knows the power of the Internet, capturing over 83M fans on his Facebook page, along with over 17M on his Twitter.
He may not be as active as some of these younger celebs, but Em knows how to use it to his advantage.
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Lady Gaga knows what her "Little Monsters" want—and that's a lot of Lady Gaga.
Using her Twitter account like a live blog at times, the singer connects with her fans quite nicely through the platform.
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There's a reason why the singer sits atop the list of most followed celebs on Twitter—because she knows what she's doing on there.
Katy Perry may have just gotten out of a relationship, but the ones she has with her fans is one that doesn't look to go away anytime soon.
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Country singer Taylor Swift is a very, very smart girl.
Utilizing social media like some of the others on this list, Tay Tay bonds with her fans through numerous pics and videos to give continuous updates each day.
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Rapper Lil'Wayne seems to know what's up, making sure he shows love to his fans by a lot of retweets on Twitter and appreciative replies on his Facebook page.
Weezy might come across as a mid raw, but he uses his social media pages in a very organic way.
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What a difference winning a few NBA titles makes, huh?
For Miami Heat superstar LeBron James, it seems like he has taken the fun approach to his social media accounts lately, retiring the villain card from a few years ago and engaging his fans through pics and videos on Instagram and Twitter.
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One of the funniest people in show biz, there was a reason why Ellen DeGeneres was picked to host the Oscars this year—because she's so endearing.
That proves right on her social media channels as well, which was evident by her breaking Twitter with the amount of retweets her celeb selfie got during the Awards.
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Taking over for longtime Late-Night host Jay Leno, Jimmy Fallon has earned his stripes mainly through his hilarious stunts and viral content—which he helped achieve through his social media posts.
With an active Twitter account that has nearly 12M followers, Fallon is often seen cracking his fans up through his social sites.
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Graduate of the University of Kentucky. Cleveland sports fan. Frustrated respecter of LeBron James. Influencer of bad ideas. In addition to Worthly/Housely, I'm a regular contributor to Bleacher Report, Scout, Esquire and Maxim, and run or bike way too much for my own good when not writing. The day a Cleveland sports team wins a title is the day I can officially say my life is complete.
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