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Which female pop star has 5/10 of the most liked Insta pics of 2015?! Here’s a hint: She’s got a lot of ‘Style’.


With 2015 coming to a close in just a few weeks, it’s about time we start rounding up the highlights of the year in pop culture. The BBC Music Awards are focusing on this year’s music highlights, but Instagram has us covered for the social media posts.

Kendall Jenner takes the number one spot with 3.2 million likes on this picture:

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Taylor Swift follows with the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th most liked pics of 2015 with over 2.5 million likes:

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In the number 5 spot is Kylie Jenner…with a diploma of course! Out of all of Kylie’s pics, we’re glad this was the one that made it into the top ten:

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The 6th most liked picture of 2015 is of Beyoncé and her daughter, Blue Ivy, and it’s pretty adorable.
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Taylor’s back taking the number 7 spot with her cat…again!

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Sel Gomez goes bare-face for a selfie in the number 8 spot, and we’re super glad.

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Guess who’s next? Taylor Swift…and her cat! Together they literally slayed Instagram, and selfies altogether.

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Last, but not least, the 10th most liked Instagram picture of 2015 is none other than a Kendall Jenner selfie.Screen Shot 2015-12-03 at 9.22.27 PM

As you can see, Instagram was dominated by some fierce ladies in 2015, especially our pop princess, Taylor Swift. Well deserving, for sure. We are pretty happy with the list, but who do you think should have made it? Let us know over on Twitter at @maximumpop which celeb Insta should have made the list.

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