These are the 25 celebrities most addicted to social media, from the Kardashians to Snoop Dogg
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Many of us are guilty of wasting hours out of our weeks mindlessly scrolling through our social media feeds, but we're not the only ones - celebrities do it, too. Stars, they're just like us!Celebrities often have huge followings they need to keep updated on their daily lives, and use social media to share news about their latest projects and merchandise. For many, social media is the best and easiest way for celebrities to interact with their fans.
The rankings were compiled using celebrities' average number of social posts per month on Instagram and Twitter.You might think you know who the most social-media-obsessed celebrity is, but the person who secured the No. 1 spot - by a landslide - may surprise you.
Here are the 25 most socially addicted celebrities:
25. Conor McGregor
24. Chris BrownAdvertisement
23. Cara Delevingne
22. Kendall JennerAdvertisement
20. Miley CyrusAdvertisement
19. Kourtney Kardashian
18. Jennifer LopezAdvertisement
17. Camila Cabello
16. Gigi HadidAdvertisement
15. Shawn Mendes
14. Lele PonsAdvertisement
13. Kylie Jenner
12. Priyanka ChopraAdvertisement
11. Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson
10. Kim KardashianAdvertisement
9. Justin Bieber
8. Cardi BAdvertisement
7. Kevin Hart
6. Ariana GrandeAdvertisement
5. Nicki Minaj
4. Neymar Jr.Advertisement
3. Khloé Kardashian
1. Snoop Dogg
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