Hungry for fame and thirsty for significance
On the one hand, it's pretty boring when a celebrity so obviously pays an assistant to manage their social media accounts but on the other, there's a big reason why they don't have control over the passwords: they're thirsty. Look, we get it. A big part of social media -- especially if you're a celebrity -- is about self promotion but oh man how things can quickly go awry. Below, we've rounded up the thirstiest ten in the bunch. It's worth mentioning that though we might roll our eyes when we come across their feeds, we're also in awe that they clearly don't give a fuck about social media etiquette. Fame is deeply attractive because it seems to offer very significant benefits. The fantasies go like this: when you are famous, wherever you go, your good reputation will precede you. People will think well of you, because your merits have been impressively explained in advance. You will get warm smiles from admiring strangers. You won’t need to make your own case laboriously on each occasion. When you are famous, you will be safe from rejection.