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  • Chrissy Teigen, Donald Trump top list of TIME 25 most influential people on the internet
  • Time magazine has released it's third-annual list
    of the 25 most influential people on the internet.
    Chrissy Teigen, model and wife of John Legend
    was unsurprisingly on the list, US President
    Donald Trump made the list, Chance The Rapper,
    J.K. Rowling and the maker of Pepe the Frog, one
    of the most widely used memes online also made
    it.
    The editors of Time said they 'sized up
    contenders by looking at their global impact on
    social media and their overall ability to drive
    news'.
    In other words, when these people tweet, they're
    not just weighing in on the news - they're making
    it. See the full list below:
    Katy Perry, recently passed 100 million followers
    on Twitter.
    Chrissy Teigen , nearly 20 million followers
    between Twitter and Instagram.
    Rihanna , one of the most followed celebs on
    Facebook with 76 million. Kim Kardashian West,
    over 100 million followers on Instagram alone!
    Chance The Rapper , almost 10 million followers
    across all platforms, the first artist to win a
    Grammy for a streaming-only album.
    J.K. Rowling, almost 11 million Twitter followers.
    J.K. Rowling is famous around the world for her
    intensely popular Harry Potter series. But
    following the Brexit vote in England and the
    election of Trump in the U.S., she has been using
    her platform to critique nationalist movements.
    Donald Trump, commands 32 million Twitter
    followers.
    Gigi Gorgeous - Is a transgender activist who
    spent a decade chronicling her transition from
    male to female. She now has over 5 million
    followers across her social media platforms —
    and her own documentary.
    Matt Drudge - Is the founder of The Druge
    Report . His site gets well over a billion monthly
    page views.
    Carter Wilkinson - The nugget-loving teen just
    wanted to know how many re-tweets he needed
    for Wendy's to give him a year's supply of free
    chicken nuggets. What came with his order,
    however, was instant internet fame and more
    retweets than Ellen DeGeneres' Oscar selfie. Don't
    worry — he got the nugs, too.
    BTS - This beloved Korean boy band has a
    massive cult social media army.
    Matt Furie - The 37-year-old artist created what
    became the internet's most controversial meme,
    Pepe the Frog. After the character he created for a
    2005 web comic ended up being hijacked by
    right-winged extremists as a hate mascot, Furie
    had no choice but to kill off his creation.
    Steven Pruitt (a.k.a. Ser Amantio di Nicolao) -
    The 33-year-old U.S. Customs contractor works
    by night as a prolific editor for Wikipedia. Since
    2006, he's made about 2 million site edits and
    has personally written articles on 212 influential
    women.
    Jonathan Sun - The artist has earned a big
    Twitter following for being a pioneer in the
    "wholesome memes" movement.
    Bana Alabed - The 7-year-old Syrian refugee rose
    to internet fame after tweeting about her fears of
    dying in a bomb strike. She's since been
    evacuated to Turkey and recently signed a book
    deal.
    Founders of The Indivisible Guide - Ezra Levin ,
    Leah Greenberg , Angel Padilla , Sarah Dohl and
    Matt Traldi used their time as congressional
    staffers to create a how-to guide on effecting
    political change — which has been downloaded
    almost 4 million times.
    Ariel Martin (a.k.a. Baby Ariel) - Musical.ly star,
    30 million followers on the lip-syncing site.
    Cassey Ho - Fitness Vlogger, founder of multi-
    million dollar fitness empire, Blogilates.
    Huda Katta - Beauty Blogger with 20 million
    followers.
    Mark Fischbach (a.k.a. Markiplier) - Video gamer
    with over 17 million subscribers.
    Branden Miller (a.k.a. Joanne the Scammer) -
    His hilarious "scammer" character has racked up
    3 million viewers across platforms.
    Danielle Weisberg and Carly Zakin - Founders of
    The Skimm , with over 5 million subscribers.
    Yao Chen - The vocal actress is the most popular
    person on Weibo , with 79 million followers.
    Brian Reed - NPR host whose podcast S-Town
    has reached tens of millions of listeners.
    Alexei Navalny - The Russian opposition activist
    garnered millions of followers after using
    YouTube to break through the Kremlin's
    information blockade.

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