It’s hard to believe that Bethany Mota‘s only 21. She’s one of the most popular online influencers ever with over 10 million YouTube subscribers and 4 million Twitter followers. It didn’t all come overnight, though. As most of you already know, Bethany started her channel when she was just 13. That means she’s spent over […] More
In case you didn’t get the memo, 2017 is going to be THE year of Camila Cabello. After leaving Fifth Harmony, Mila is starting the year with a bang, and we’re already hyperventilating at the thought of her next single.
2017, you are a blank canvas and i wanna paint on u with my brightest, favorite colors…. lets go ✨✨✨
— Camila Cabello (@camilacabello97) 1 January 2017
In the spirit of starting 2017 as a strong, solo woman, Camila joined Lena Dunham for her Woman of the Hour podcast (to be fair, given her queendom, it should probably have been renamed ‘Woman of the whole mother-flippin’ lifetime’ podcast, but we’ll let it slide). Continue reading
This can only be good news, whatever it means.
Exactly one year ago, the nation’s fave crooner Ed Sheeran announced that he was leaving social media completely for a well-deserved detox.
He did what we all wish we had the strength to do and we imagine he spent his social media free year living the simple life, prancing through fields and enjoying nature.
‘Scream Queens‘ is back… For the USA at least. Turns out, we’ve still got a little way to go before the show is aired on the 26th October, which is pretty scream-worthy in itself. Especially when we think about all the spoilers we have to somehow try and avoid.
Honestly, there is nothing worse than unintentionally reading something you shouldn’t that inevitably gives away vital plot or character details of a show you’ve been patiently waiting to watch for the past twelve months. So here are some of our very own tips to avoiding being majorly spoiled.
Last week we announced our MP! Snapchat Awards (The Snappys for short) with our vote for the Best Pop Star/ Group on Snapchat.
And the vote is still going strong, with Brazilian Selenators making the #SnappySel hashtag trend today! Keep voting guys.
— Maximum Pop! (@maximumpop) September 7, 2016
Nowadays we take it for granted that our favourite pop stars are human beings. We know the ins and outs of their lives and we enjoy their successes, but also support them when they need it.
This weekend Fifth Harmony‘s Camila Cabello walked off stage mid-performance due to her anxiety issues. Almost immediately the hashtag #PositivityForCamila began trending on Twitter, with thousands of Harmonizers tweeting their support.
— Gabriella (@writeforlauren) September 3, 2016
Social media can be tricky. Once you’ve posted something out, it’s there forever (in screenshots anyway) and some stars haven’t been that careful.
From Instagram fails to social media storms, these will make you cringe so prepare yourself.
We’ve seen lots of cases of pop stars subjected to some truly horrible stuff through social media. Most notably, Normani Kordei has been forced to leave Twitter because of racist abuse she’s been receiving from individuals.
Trolling is absolutely wrong and should be accepted by anyone. But fortunately, there are some things you can do if you’re a victim of trolling.
We’ve put together this absolutely necessary guide on what do do if you’re being trolled on social media and how you can get over it like an absolute boss.
Taylor Swift has dominated the mainstream music bizz since ‘Fearless’ shot to the charts, but her defining country moment was with the release of ‘Tim McGraw’.
We all know Tay has some serious power, remember that Apple Music open letter? Life changing. But she’s had a subtle, yet still obvious impact more on the country music scene than you think.
We love Snapchat so much, we have an entire directory dedicated to pop star usernames so you can find ALL your faves and experience all the fun we’re having. (You’ll thank us later.)
One of the things that makes Snapchat so different to other social networks is its sense of rawness – there’s no sneaky editing (besides a few filters!) and photos are uploaded in the moment.
Don’t get used to it, though, because EVERYTHING is changing. Continue reading
We all love social media.
Snapchat, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook… they’re all great, right? Not necessarily.
Sometimes social media can be really overwhelming and sometimes it’s necessary to log out and enjoy real life. But it can be a challenge to not Snapchat through your entire family holiday.
But don’t worry, we’re here to help. This is the utimate guide in taking a break from social media. And believe us, when you do, you’ll feel like a brand new person.
Everyone uses social media, but not everyone is completely honest about what they get up to on it. Spend hours stalking your ex on Facebook? We’ve all been there.
We’re shedding some light on all the secret things everyone does online. Here are 9 things we all do, but NO ONE will admit to: Continue reading