A few weeks ago, nearly every major celebrity blog covered, in breathless detail, the revelation that Kylie Jenner had decided she would no longer be posting any images of her daughter, Stormi Webster, on her social-media accounts.
Running a celebrity social media-stalking Instagram account with nearly 800,000 followers is a full-time job - at least for Emma Diamond and Julie Kramer. You may have seen "Comments By Celebs" pop up in your discover feed, embedded on a celebrity news site or on "Live with Kelly and Ryan," but there's more to it than meets the eye.
Comments by Celebs exists in the midst of Instagram 's sprawling landscape of meme accounts, celebrity content, and bots, simply capturing the comments celebrities leave on one another's posts, and sharing these screenshots with more than 700,000 followers.
Fifteen years ago, if we wanted to find out why Kourtney Kardashian and Younes Bendjima really broke up, someone would have had to get her - or, more realistically, someone "close to her" - on the phone. The call would need to be made by a professional who already had the right contact information saved in their phone or buried in their email.
My best friends and I have had a group chat dedicated to celebrity gossip that's pushing 15 years now. But in our earliest years circa 2005 as post-college graduates navigating social media-free lives as assistants in New York City, we were IM-ing (on AOL) and BBM-ing (on Blackberries) about the scoop we read daily on Dlisted, Pink Is The New Blog , and Perez Hilton or who we'd spot IRL out in the wild.
We really see it continuing to become more than just an Instagram account, but a full blown brand. We are excited to take it multi-platform, and explore all of the different meanings that 'comments by celebs' can have.
You've heard ballet dancers talk about their first class or actors talk about their middle school musicals. That first chance to tap into a fixation they didn't even know they had. Or as Alex Fine, cofounder and CEO of Dame Products, puts it: "I think some people are born in the world and see a paintbrush...and that's it-they are a painter.
Meet Emma Diamond and Julie Kramer, the women behind Instagram account Comments By Celebs. Read more on Grazia.
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9 min read In this series, Instagram Icon , Entrepreneur speaks with the individuals behind popular Instagram accounts to find out the secrets of their success. Back in 7th grade, Emma Diamond sat spellbound in front of the TV during the Oscars, notebook in hand, writing down her votes for best dressed.
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What do John Mayer , Chrissy Teigen , Kelly Ripa and Andy Cohen have in common? They're all loyal fans of the Instagram account Comments by Celebs, a page boasting more than 740,000 followers and known for featuring hilarious star-studded social media comments.
Well, 2018 was an amazing year because it brought us Comments By Celebs - which meant we saw the very best comments celebs made on Instagram. Here are some of the best of the year: 8. Mandy Moore and Anne Hathaway reminisced about The Princess Diaries: 20.
Tell us who you are... Hi! We're Emma Diamond & Julie Kramer, the founders of Comments By Celebs. We are 24 & 22 year old former sorority sisters, who met at Syracuse University and bonded over our love of pop culture and celebrity news. 1.
As the founder of @CommentsByCelebs, I'd like to personally wish Chrissy Teigen a happy birthday-because without her, our account might not be able to keep the lights on. For those of you who already follow us, you know that Chrissy makes so much good content, we had to create a Sunday night "Teigen roundup" just to handle it all.
Desde lo que opina la exmujer de Bradley Cooper sobre la química del actor con Lady Gaga en los Oscar al último capítulo en la vida de las Kardashian. Gran parte del contenido sobre famosos que hoy genera titulares se crea a golpe de pantallazo a partir de lo que las propias celebridades publican en las redes sociales.
North Jersey: Emma Diamond and Julie Kramer find a sweet spot with Comments By Celebs Instagram account
Queer Eye star Jonathan Van Ness posted an Instagram video pretending to be painter Bob Ross. Chrissy Teigen commented, asking where she could purchase his pieces. Nutley native and domestic guru Martha Stewart posted a selfie and fellow New Jerseyan, actor Zach Braff (of South Orange) commented that 10/10 would make crafts with her.
Comments by Celebs, created by two Jewish millennial women Emma Diamond and Julie Kramer, is the Instagram account that is poised to become pop culture's new paparazzi. Emma and Julie met at Syracuse University (Emma graduated in 2016, Julie in 2018) and bonded over their love for celebrities and po
Less than a year into its existence, Comments by Celebs, an Instagram account run by Emma Diamond and Julie Kramer, went viral. Now they're bringing the account to life through a podcast. Diamond started the Instagram account in April 2017 and brought on Kramer to run it as a team.
In a world where everyone's photos look the same, comments are what keep posts interesting. When Ashley, a 16-year-old who asked to be referred to by a pseudonym, scrolls through Instagram, her eyes barely skim the photos and videos that take up the majority of space in her feed.