A woman climbed onto a cruise ship railing for a perfect shot — and got a lifelong ban from Royal Caribbean.
Triston Bailey, 18, doesn't remember what happened on the day that he decided to take a selfie from the Margaret McDermott bridge.
The model, actress, and Instagram favourite has been criticised in the past when she posts revealing selfies. But that isn’t stopping her. She shared two new ones over the weekend.
Ever since the selfie era started, social media sites have seen multiple variations develop, such as the “wefie” and even “chinfie”. What’s next? Well, one variation likely to pick up in popularity next is probably this “selfie-ception”, as demonstrated by Japanese comedian Shingo Fujimori of Oriental Radio. HONGKONG #映え映えーーーー！ #ただただカッコよくてごめんなさいねー2 #なんていう？ #自撮り撮り？ #シャレオツすぎて戸惑う #戸惑いつつドヤ #ちゃんとiPhoneフォーカスしてる #真似してみたらいいじゃん #Xならできると思うよ #iPhoneのCMじゃないよ photo by @yuma1983 A post shared by 藤森慎吾(オリラジ) (@fujimori_shingo0317) on Nov 5, 2017 at 3:18am PST
IKEA is a place to shop for furniture, maybe do some window shopping and, some would say, eat meatballs. But, it also seems that IKEA is a place to take photos and watch the number of likes jump on your social media – at least for some Japanese high schoolers.
For more than 4 hours, the Victoria’s Secret models get their hair and makeup done to become runway ready for the annual fashion show. Because primping and prepping can be kind of boring, the women have found a brilliant way to kill time: take a ton of selfies.
As we know, Kourtney Kardashian is obsessed with all things natural. Clearly her clean lifestyle is paying off. Kardashian posted this late night Instagram of her chilled out ready for bed look. With her shiny and super long dark hair splayed out around her comforter and her perfectly arched brows, the mom of three is apparently always gorgeous and camera ready, even without a stitch of makeup! She added this caption to her flawless photo: "Goodnight" followed by a cute dark moon em
Angela Nikolau’s Instagram bio simply states “No limit, no control” and that could not be more true.The Moscow-based dare devil and adrenaline junkie has a bit of a thing for heights. Photographing herself vicariously dangling off the side of skyscrapers and practising yoga positions at dizzying heights, your hands will get a bit clammy just looking at these pictures….However, there’s no doubt that these images are beautiful - enchanting even. If you can get over the stomach-churning, light-headed feeling you get just looking at them.
With her own cosmetics line constantly selling out, Kylie Jenner is clearly a fan of makeup. But on Monday, the 18-year-old reality star ditched her signature polished lips and contouring in favor a fresh-faced look.
Hot off his barefoot stroll through Boston’s Public Garden, Justin Bieber took to Instagram to announce to his 67.6 million followers that he’ll no longer be stopping to take photos with fans. “If you happen to see me out somewhere know that I’m not going to take a picture I’m done taking pictures,” he wrote.
In an ideal world, no one would feel self-conscious about her body or how it looks in a skimpy swimsuit. Tony Posnanski, a dad of two who’s been documenting his body struggles on social media for the last several years, posted a photo and accompanying text on Facebook earlier this week that resonated with thousands of people across the Web.
More recently, UK-resident Ray Smith took 138 selfies with Claire Bramley while holding a secret “will you marry me” sign — all under the guise of documenting his pregnant ladyfriend’s growing belly. Like it or not, it looks as though selfies have officially been integrated into the marriage proposal process.
Kim Kardashian and Emily Ratajkowski are set to break the internet again with this naked bathroom selfie [Photo: Instagram/kimkardashian]
Leonardo DiCaprio is officially more popular than selfies. According to Fortune, the actor’s Oscar win for his role in The Revenant was the most tweeted Academy Awards moment in Twitter history — far surpassing the previous most-tweeted moment: Ellen DeGeneres’s star-studded selfie from the 2014 Oscars. The previous record holder.