The “openness” that made Selena Gomez the “Queen of Instagram” with more than 400 million followers, the first woman to do so. | FRIDAY DIGITAL

The “openness” that made Selena Gomez the “Queen of Instagram” with more than 400 million followers, the first woman to do so.

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Selena Gomez is the First Woman to Surpass 400 Million Followers…

Actress and singer Selena Gomez became the first woman to surpass 400 million followers on Instagram on March 19 (local time). On the same day, Gomez updated her Instagram page,

I wish I could hug all 400 million people.

I wish I could hug all 400 million people,” she commented on her Instagram page.

One of the factors that have made Gomez the “Queen of Instagram” is that she has been able to show her true self on her Instagram page. It is said that her interaction with her fans, such as responding directly to their rumors and criticisms, is the reason for the increase in the number of followers.

Last month, Gomez surpassed model Kylie Jenner to take the top spot with 380 million followers, and she has continued to increase her number of followers to over 400 million since then.

One of the factors that made Gomez the “Queen of Instagram” was her willingness to share her body shape, mental health issues, and even her kidney transplant on Instagram, gaining the sympathy of women of her generation.

Then, in February, fans once again rumored a feud between Gomez and model Haley Bieber, who married her ex-boyfriend Justin Bieber, and Gomez caused a stir when Gomez denied that they were feuding. There was persistent speculation that Bieber and Gomez’s eventual breakup coincided with the time when Bieber began dating Haley.

In an interview, Haley denied the “overlap” and said of Gomez

“It’s all respect. It’s all love.

(The same women’s magazine journalist). The two then seemed to put the feud rumors to rest by taking a picture together at the “Academy Museum Gala” held at the end of ’22. ……

Last month, however, Haley posted on TikTok

“I’m not saying I deserved it, but God’s timing is always right.”

Some users, in response to a video of her saying the line, “I’m not saying I deserved it, but God’s timing is always right,

“I think she’s dissing Gomez, who can’t stay in shape due to the side effects of her medication for a chronic illness.”

The rumors of a feud spread once again. Rumors of a feud spread again, and Haley deleted the video.

Furthermore, three hours after Gomez posted a video on TikTok making a joke about her eyebrows, Kylie Jenner posted a screenshot of a “FaceTime” conversation with Hailey Bieber on Instagram Stories. The photo was a close-up of each other’s eyebrows, which led to rumors that they “made fun” of Gomez, and Kylie

‘That’s going too far. I didn’t say anything bad about Selena, and it’s ridiculous.”

Kylie denied it. Gomez responded, “It’s okay!

I’m fine! I’m not going to let this get me down! Be nice to everyone.

She defended him by saying, “It’s okay! There is no denying the possibility that the recent series of uproar may have increased Gomez’s followers on her Instagram.

Incidentally, Gomez is the “Queen of Instagram,” but the Portuguese soccer player Cristiano Ronaldo ranks first in the world with 563 million followers, followed by Lionel Messi with 443 million, and Gomez in third place. The second place goes to another soccer player, Lionel Messi, with 443 million, followed by Gomez in third place.

Gomez’s popularity is likely to continue, as he openly posts on Instagram in response to the turmoil and criticism.

  • Written by Ryo Sakamoto (Writer)

    Born in Tokyo, Ryo Sakamoto was a reporter at Tokyo Sports Newspaper (Culture Department, and then the head of the Culture and Society Department). After retiring, he started the web magazine "PlusαToday" and writes articles on movies and Hollywood information. Member of the Japan Film Pen Club.

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