Insta Creep: What Can We Learn About New Love Islander Molly-Mae From Her Instagram?
What all the celebs are up to on social, from A to Z listers.
In our gossip column, we indulge our nosiest desires and delve deep into what the celebs (and ‘celebs’) are doing on social media. Who’s tweeting and deleting? Who’s shady faving? Let’s find out.
SO. We’re four days into this season of Love Island, and the first new contestant is set to enter the villa.
Her name is Molly-Mae Hague, and as we did with all of the original contestants, we’re going to try and get to know her through her Instagram account.
The only clue we have is the brief introduction she got during last night’s episode, in which she announced that she is a ‘social influencer’, and described herself as ‘chilled’.
With 221k followers, she’s already doing pretty well, and she has a Hailey Baldwin-esque look that obviously goes well with the preferred Instagram ‘aesthetic’ of the moment.
So far this year she’s been to Coachella, Bali, Dubai, and Amsterdam, and now she’s hoping to spend eight weeks in Majorca? Maybe social influencer stands for ‘professional holiday-taker’.
We’ll find out how truly chilled and laid-back she is tonight, then.
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This is 31…thank fucking god ? 30 tried me so hard but I’m owning it and trying my hardest to lean in to it all. No matter how long we’re here for life is constant and complicated at times. I’ve changed drastically in the last couple years and I’m still changing and that’s okay. 31 is going to be a big ol’ year and I’m going to spend it all on myself. For the first time in a decade I’m ready to feel the world around me and look up for once. Be kind to yourself people we’re only human, go slow, put your phone down and laugh out loud at every opportunity. Learning to REALLY truly love yourself is it, and I’ve only just realized that that is more than enough. I’ll learn to love you lot eventually ? Bunch of fucking savages, 30 will be a drum n bass record to spite you. Chin up eh ❤️
Adele is enjoying single life, it seems.
The singer was at a party in Los Angeles earlier this week and surprised everyone by jumping on the mic – but instead of singing one of her iconic ballads, she decided to rap Nicki Minaj’s verse from the Kanye West song Monster.
A girl after our own hearts, truly. And there’s footage!
Fans will remember that this isn’t the first time she’s shown her love for Monster – in 2016, she did the verse for James Corden as they drove through London doing Carpool Karaoke.
Who among us has not been compelled to scream “PINK WIG THICK ASS GIVE ‘EM WHIPLASH” when they hear that song? Adele, we feel you.
Hilary Duff’s fiancé Matthew Koma has posted a mammoth Notes App Statement accusing the producer Zedd of stealing credit from him.
When we say ‘mammoth’, we mean it – the thing spans two tweets of four screenshots each. He has a LOT to say, and we’ll try and summarise as best we can.
Basically, Matthew has accused Zedd of taking credit for the two hit songs they wrote together, Clarity and Spectrum. Matthew claims that Zedd has been telling people he wrote the lyrics, when Matthew wrote “every word and melody”, and that he was only paid for singing on Spectrum after years of “fighting for a fee”.
Dear Zedd part 1: pic.twitter.com/66YJebF78S
— Matthew Koma (@MatthewKoma) June 5, 2019
Matthew has also claimed that Zedd now has a team of people writing his songs and producing the tracks, and said his ‘genius classical pianist’ persona is put on.
“Shitty people suck and when they’re successful, people are afraid to blow the whistle,” he wrote. “More or less, I was just brushed under the rug while he took all the credit.”
Ooof. Zedd has yet to respond to Matthew’s statement. We have a feeling the EDM drama is just beginning.
And now it’s time for… #WilloughbyWatch
Charting the public’s obsession with what Holly Willoughby is wearing.
This yellow dress is a bit of us, we won’t lie. It’s by Beulah London, which is an ethical fashion brand – and at almost €600, you’re certainly paying for that. However, 10% of all profits go towards “helping to put an end to modern slavery”, which is good?
“Can you do a show with your heels off please?” writes one commenter. The foot men never take a day off.
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