You don't understand how they still manage to share the specifics of their lives with such a packed schedule when you check out the pages of celebrities on social networks! New pictures from the red carpet are released on Instagram; their comments on the different topics appear every hour on Twitter. We address Justin Bieber's latest album, another Photoshop fiasco, and make jokes when watching the viral videos and go live to talk with their subscribers. As it turns out famous people have their secrets! They do not use any cheap writing services, of course, but still employ special people who do all the work for them.
Insta-assistants run celebrities' accounts
We suspected, of course, that the stars had very little time. But we have truly believed that they are always taking their selfies and photos themselves. Or at least, ask your friends to do that. Yet, after an interview with Selena Gomez, everybody denied it. The singer admitted to her Instagram being tired. His assistant had run it for a long time, as it turned out, and Selena doesn't even know her account's new password. The star was highly dependent on social media at one point. She started her day by checking out the feed and spent a great deal of time there. Plus, she has been irritated by the haters 'negative comments. Ultimately, she has found a way to give her assistant the phone. That is what a lot of celebrities are doing. Britney Spears admitted she had a team of people managing her social networks. She asks, however, to coordinate with her every message. Ariana Grande is another person who, before it is written, carefully checks every word. And Taylor Swift has a special person editing her images in Photoshop because she needs to always look perfect. These workers are getting pretty good pay, by the way, so they have to be online 24 hours a day. And some celebrities who have social networking accounts don't even have an app on their phones. Such stars include Miley Cyrus who is not on her phone with the Instagram feature. She only gives her assistant pictures, and she, in effect, uploads them from her office. But some celebrities do run their own accounts. They only create a few posts though, while the rest is their assistants 'job. Some special people follow a star literally and take pictures of them at every move, to make a good photo for Instagram. These people are helping celebrities select the right pose, brush their hair and make up. Celebrities usually take a few pictures during the day in different clothes and then post the pictures throughout the whole week.
You'll be shocked to hear that the stars have unique scandal-managers as well. It's no secret, after all, that the two things that most draw reporters are the release of a new album, and another hot fight. They can not do without another portion of controversies, so that they will still be in the spotlight. A W magazine journalist once wrote that, during an interview, he found that her manager had given Selena Gomez a message on her phone, saying that the photo where she hugged an unknown guy would soon appear on Instagram. And there it was. Fans wrote the comments with thousands of assumptions. It was only later that it turned out to be a shot from the new Selena movie.
They don't have a single natural photo
Stars 'assistants say you shouldn't trust a single picture of social networking celebrities. Even if the photo just shows them waking up. And especially if there is the caption “no makeup.” Their teams examine every such “ordinary” picture with great thoroughness. For one of her magazines, prominent celebrity journalist Joe Piazza declassified that their stylists and makeup artists worked much longer on natural images than on the portrait for the red carpet. And cups, pillows, and pyjamas are picked ahead of time and coordinated with brands. Celebrities are paid large sums by advertisers to have their products featured on their images.
Actors use their Instagram instead of a portfolio
Several Hollywood stars often play with makeup and style in clothes on Instagram for a reason. After all, the directors always look at their pages and decide instantly whether or not a celebrity should take on a character's part. That is how often absentee castings are performed. Casting managers claim they'd rather prefer a celebrity with an attractive and famous Instagram account than an inactive-profile star.