Following Your Favorite Celeb Has Never Been Easier

If there’s one thing we’ve learned over the past few years, it’s that people love to follow celebrities and the goings-on of famous people as they live their lives in Hollywood or wherever else they may be around the world. The interesting thing, though, is that increasingly it’s gotten easier and easier to follow celebrities with technology and digital media.

Gone are the days of picking up People at the newsstand, and today there are so many websites and apps that it’s almost as though the magazines are old and irrelevant the second they hit the newsstands and more. Increasingly, mobile apps and websites provide all the latest gossip when it comes to celebrities and following your favorite musicians and movie stars, no matter where they go.

Twitter Rules!

Twitter, the social networks in 140 characters or less, is the top site where people can follow celebrities, and really it’s simply because the celebrities themselves are posting without needing to rely on the magazines. On Twitter, you can follow, connect, and interact with celebrities without needing that third party magazine or app, and everything you want is quite literally right at your fingertips.

The best part about Twitter, too, is that it’s free! You can sign up for free and follow celebrities from your phone or computer, every single second of the day.

george clooneyE! Online

E! has revamped and completely re-done their online presence to focus more on visual design, and has worked to make it so that their presence online looks more like a Pinterest for following and tracking celebrities.

With E! and their online pursuits, including their website, app, and social channels, you can track everything about celebrities and find hot stories, great pictures, and insider information without having to spend too much money or waste too much time on the stories you don’t want. Plus, the stories are on demand at your fingertips, so you can learn about something that happened to a celebrity the minute it took place, instead of waiting for the magazine to hit the newsstand.

Magazines Have Gone Online

Magazines like People and Us Weekly haven’t died, and they certainly aren’t going to fall by the way side – they are just going to change formats. You can now catch People and others online, as you find out what is up with your favorite celebrities and what they are doing with up-to-the-minute updates on their lives, events, social gatherings, and more. Immediacy is critical, and with this immediate ability to track celebs, you’ve got everything you want right at your fingertips!

The way we track celebrities may be changing, but the idea of tracking celebrities in the first place is nothing new, and will surely continue throughout the coming years. The good news, though, is that it’s getting faster than ever to track them and follow what they do with the simple click of a mouse or move on your smart phone, mobile table, or computer!

Lily Michaels is a guest blogger who has written for celebrity and entertainment blogs as well as business and technology sites like http://www.clickpointsoftware.com.

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6 comments


  1. Belinda

    I use Twitter, and I HAVE been replied to be actors and stars. My favorite was with Brooke Burke, from DWTS!

  2. JaggerJack

    E news is definitely on top, though I feel like it’s hosts are a bit too “me me.” Guilana Rancic is cute, but come on girl, we don’t care about your personal life THAT MUCH.

  3. Layla

    I like Twitter because a lot of the celebrity news sites posts things. I just hate it when they post things OVER AND OVER. enough already!

  4. Matthews

    Best celebrities to follow on Twitter? Maybe Pink, Rihanna (because she’s so frigid’ ridiculous) and Erik Stonestreet of Modern Family. He’s a funny man.

  5. Justine

    Celebrities? Who cares. They’re dumb. Quit giving them attention

  6. ChaCha

    I find the stars so fascinating. I just love reading about my Biebs!

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