The majority of celebrity accounts are handled by their teams or by what we may call "Social Media Managers." Yes, they turn off push alerts on their own phones. They don't want to be bothered with things like that. But they will still receive news about themselves in other ways, such as through the show's writers or their agents.
Some stars prefer to keep a lower profile and not be contacted by fans. If you send them messages, they won't see them.
And some celebrities may even ask you to stop following them.
Some celebrities may view the message, but if they do not click the "accept" button, the message will be deleted. Others may respond directly from their notifications bar.
Celebrities, for the most part, must utilize their social media profiles to establish a brand and a fan base, even if it involves creating bogus accounts to grow their followings. Fortunately, we get to learn about these hidden accounts and the amusing reasons celebrities utilize them.
In 2017, it was reported that musician Justin Bieber had two private social media accounts dedicated to him. One of these accounts was registered in his mother's name and included photographs of her family. The other account was registered under his own name and included photos of himself with friends. His management company owned both accounts at the time.
Bieber has never spoken publicly about the accounts or why he had them. However, he did admit to having used fake accounts to grow his following before he became famous and believed it was necessary because people would not take him seriously as an artist until he had a large audience.
Read on to discover more about celebrities' private social media accounts.
Unfortunately, the majority of (big) celebrities do not have a public Facebook profile where they connect with their followers. Typically, the celebrity will have a fan page that is managed by their public relations firm. This "public relations" firm handles the grunt work of communicating with fans. They post news about the star on their social media pages, organize fan events, and so on.
While this may seem like a lost opportunity to connect with your favorite star, it's important to remember that many big stars are very private individuals who don't want everyone knowing their business. So rather than sending them personal messages, you should focus on reading about their life online through their fan page or magazine articles.
Here are some famous people and their interaction with their fans:
Taylor Swift - The country music superstar has two Twitter accounts, one for news and another for fun photos and videos. She also has a Facebook account but it's completely private. It's not known when or if she'll make her account public.
Miley Cyrus - The former Disney child star has two Twitter accounts, one for news and another for fun photos and videos. Like Taylor, Miley doesn't appear to be interested in connecting with her fans through other social media platforms.
Invest time in social media. When celebs aren't at the gym, playing bingo, or shopping for new outfits, they're probably on social media. With some celebrities having more than 100 million followers, there is a lot of pressure on them to keep their channels up to date and their fans informed. This means they need to post photos, videos, and updates several times a day.
Learn something new. If you want to learn how to dance or play an instrument, then why not take some classes? Many celebrities have learned different skills that have helped them advance their careers - Miley Cyrus taught herself how to twerk, Justin Bieber has been known to play the guitar, and Lady Gaga can be seen singing with a microphone.
Have fun with your friends. Whether it's going out to dinner or planning a party, being able to have some fun with your friends is important for keeping stress at bay. Some celebrities love to go dancing while others like to stay home and watch movies together. Whatever you enjoy doing with your friends, make sure you get to do it often.
Get creative. If you want to come up with new ideas for films or books, then why not try writing or directing your own material? Many famous people have done this including Quentin Tarantino, Robert Rodriguez, and J.J. Abrams.
Work on your craft.
Having admirers is one thing; having obsessive fans is quite another. Constant stalking, death threats, or harassment over the phone, through emails, or letters is something that a celebrity must deal with if they have obsessive stalkers, which everyone has. These people will do anything for attention and often harass or harm others in order to get it.
The fact that a celebrity is popular does not mean that they are willing to tolerate abuse from their fans. Only someone who is obsessed with a celebrity would go to such lengths to get them attention. Most normal people have friends or acquaintances who are also famous, but that doesn't mean they're willing to let their friends be hurt by their fans.
It's important to remember that just because you love something about a person (such as their music) that doesn't give you the right to invade their privacy. A celebrity's life is private, just like anyone else's, and they have the right to keep what goes on in their personal lives private too. Harassing them won't change the fact that they are only human like everyone else, and they can't handle much more than anyone else can.
In conclusion, yes, it's okay for celebrities to have fans. But be aware that some people may view you as an enemy due to your status, and that could get dangerous for you and your family.
A. Celebrities have the right to a private life. The media should not have the camera on them at all times. Some celebrities who have been in the profession for a long time are used to receiving so much attention and may not be disturbed by it at all, but others may feel smothered as a result.
B. The media intrudes into the private lives of celebrities by taking photos/videos of their homes and families. In some cases these images are distributed without the consent of those involved.
C. The media influences the personal lives of celebrities by creating an unrealistic expectation of what a celebrity's life is like. For example, celebrities often become targets for stalkers because of the nature of their jobs; they also face increased security risks because of their fame. Additionally, some people may attempt to imitate or influence a celebrity's lifestyle without being successful-for example, trying to act like Michael Jackson by wearing fake hair and makeup. Finally, some celebrities choose to keep their personal lives out of the public eye because they don't want to be separated from their family and friends.
D. Celebrities have a responsibility to themselves and their fans to lead normal lives. However, this is difficult when you are one of the most recognizable people in the world. You need to make choices about where you place your priorities (family, friend, fan), and if you decide to put yourself first then you will have to deal with the consequences of that decision.