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10 flawless pictures from the 10 most popular Instagram accounts

10 flawless pictures from the 10 most popular Instagram accounts
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With more than 300 million active users, the social media network Instagram is rivaling in popularity sites like Twitter and LinkedIn that you may be more familiar with. Yet, if you're thinking, "What's Instagram?" you're not alone.

While adults lean heavily toward Facebook for posting photos, chatting with friends, or getting up-to-the-minute news, young adults, or millennials, have their own preferences. As you might expect.

Which is reflected in Instagram's 10 most followed celebrities. Without exception, they're young celebrities, with tens of millions of people looking at their Instagram posts, which are often photos that will make you blush. (Note: Do you follow Kim Komando on Instagram? If not, click here.)

Here's Instagram's most-followed celebrities, in pictures, starting at No. 10. That spot belongs to Khloe Kardashian from "Keeping Up with the Kardashians."

No. 10 - Khloe Kardashian (32.2 million Instagram followers)

Khloe Kardashian

No. 9 - Nicki Minaj (34.3 million)

Nicki Minaj

No. 8 - Kylie Jenner (36.6 million)

Kylie Jenner

No. 7 - Kendall Jenner (37.2 million)

Kendall Jenner

No. 6 - Justin Bieber (39.2 million)

Justin Bieber

No. 5 - Ariana Grande (43.7 million)

Ariana Grande

No. 4 - Selena Gomez (44.6 million)

Selena Gomez

No. 3 - Beyonce (46.1 million)

Beyonce

No. 2 - Kim Kardashian (46.8 million)

Kim Kardashian

No. 1 - Taylor Swift (47.7 million)

With nearly 48 million followers, about one in six Instagram subscribers follows pop star Taylor Swift. Do you?

Note: Be sure to follow Kim Komando on Instagram. Click here to follow Kim Komando on Instagram, or to see her latest posts.

Taylor Swift

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