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It's not Kim. Selena Gomez most popular on Insty

Selena Gomez
Selena Gomez

Selena Gomez is the most followed person on Instagram.

The 'Hands To Myself' hitmaker jumped ahead of her best pal Taylor Swift, who previously had the most followers on the picture sharing app, and now has 69.4 million fans on the site.

Taylor follows close behind with 69.2 million while Kim Kardashian West has 63.6 million followers. 

However, there is no rivalry between Selena and Taylor as the brunette beauty recently revealed she would love to collaborate with her pal. 

She said: "The opportunity has always been there and I think she is one of the most talented songwriters I have ever met. I don't know - I would want it to be a moment but we'll see."

Meanwhile, Selena admitted she felt "very creepy" when making out with hunky male model Christopher Mason in her 'Hands To Myself' music video.

Speaking to Roman Kemp on his Capital FM show, which airs Monday to Thursday from 7pm to 10pm, she said: "I felt very creepy to be honest though, because I was a little bit of a stalker and then we had that awkward make out scene... I'm not kidding it was pretty awkward and I kept trying to make inappropriate jokes. I don't think he got it, it was really weird.

"I'm like 'Hi, nice to meet you, can you take off your clothes and get in bed with me?' That's so weird!"

Topics:  instagram kim kardashian selena gomez


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