Selena Gomez, Dwayne Johnson, Kim Kardashian, Taylor Swift and other celebrities have many fans. People all over the world not only adore these stars but also follow them on social media which is why each of them has millions and millions of followers. This allows them to be influencers who create an impact, positive or negative.
Recently, a list of the fifteen most followed celebrities came out, and at the top of the list was Cristiano Ronaldo, with 451 million followers. Besides him, the list included Kylie Jenner, Lionel Messi, Selena, The Rock, etc. Indian fans rejoiced to see Virat Kohli’s name on it too.
While talking about the impact celebrities have created on social media, a new report has arrived that indicates which star has been the most positive influencer. According to Sciencehappiness.com, Selena Gomez was selected as the number one influencer in the world for positively influencing the decisions of others.
While Selena Gomez is the most positive celebrity on social media, it’s Kim Kardashian who has proven to be the most negative. Check out the full list here:
Top 10 influential celebrities
Selena Gomez: Positive: 38% Negative: 19%
Dwayne Johnson: Positive: 36% Negative: 23%
Katy Perry: Positive: 35% Negative: 22%
Taylor Swift: Positive: 33% Negative: 25%
Ariana Grande: Positive: 30% Negative: 21%
Cristiano Ronaldo: Positive: 29% Negative: 32%
Rihanna : Positive: 28% Negative: 29%
Kylie Jenner: Positive: 28% Negative: 29%
Justin Biber: Positive: 28% Negative: 23%
Kim Kardashian: Positive: 23% Negative: 33%
Speaking of Selena, the Only Murders in the Building star has previously been absent from social media for her mental health. The actress, who only recently got active, said staying away has changed her life.
Selena Gomez said it made her happier and more present and helped her connect better with people. On top of that, the actress has also empowered her fans by opening up about her body issues and anxiety.
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