Captivate Audiences Worldwide: 8 Top Ladies Who Dominate Twitter & Gather All the Likes

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Nowadays, social platforms are an essential support tool for celebrities, politicians, and activists. Without a presence on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and other social networks, women and men alike cannot elevate their connection with the audience and get more fans with the help of likes, reposts, and comments.

Twitter, for instance, plays an important role as an instrument for improving the connection of a celebrity with their fan base. On this platform, it is easier to maintain a lively conversation almost in a real-time format. Short posts are spread very wide with the help of smart algorithms that promote tweets through reposting and commenting. 

Of course, we can find the most influential and powerful women in show business, like Lady Gaga, Ellen DeGeneres, and others with the most likes on Twitter. This article will provide a review of nine top-tier prominent women who are actively tweeting.

Katy Perry (@katyperry)

Katy Perry has had her ups and downs in her career. At the time she was claimed to be the most followed celebrity on Twitter. But later, the scandal emerged that Katy’s marketing team didn’t know how to buy Twitter likes without anyone noticing. The audit, which is not affiliated with the social platform, has announced that Katy Perry only has 33% of real users out of 100 million. However, later this proclamation was incorrect, and Katy remains one of the most followed women with numerous likes on Twitter, especially after a hilarious meme of her looking for her seat at King Charles III’s coronation went viral.

Lady Gaga (@ladygaga)

Lady Gaga, whose real name is Stephanie Germanotta, is a world-known queen of peculiarity and creativity. After stepping up from the shadow of being a songwriter, she initially became a pop icon gaining thousands of Twitter likes thanks to her talent and love for original looks. 

Today, Lady Gaga remains one of the most influential personas in the industry. Her account has over 84.5 million followers, so it can be named as one of the most followed accounts overall on the platform. 

Lady Gaga uses the platform as a place to improve her connection with fans – she often praises and expresses appreciation to her adherents. She also levers her page to provide more visibility and support for the charity. Her audience and social media experts have nicknamed her the Queen of Twitter for a reason.

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Rihanna (@rihanna)

Rihanna is a talented singer and also a queen of drama who gets lots of Twitter likes for whatever she says. Throughout her career path, she has also supported her performance with the power of her personality, providing today she has not just a head-spinning singing career but also the following: 

  • lingerie brand,
  • cosmetic brand,  
  • and iconic collaborations with top brands. 

One of the top women on Twitter, Rihanna is well known for her web warfare campaigns. She often beefs with other celebrities and even with a TV channel, stinging them with her wit and attitude. 

Ellen DeGeneres (@TheEllenShow)

Ellen DeGeneres has always known how to draw attention to her persona and her show. She is indeed one of the most influential women in show business. She used her Twitter page for quite basic purposes – making stronger relations with her proponents, promoting charity, and so on. But sometimes, unexpected things can happen on the platform.

In 2020, the hashtag “#RIPEllen began virally trending, gaining many Twitter likes. It was based on rumors about the cancellation of Ellen’s show. Although the fuss was huge, and memetic pictures and tweets collected lots of likes, Ellen has barely responded to such unexpected popularity twists.

Taylor Swift (@taylorswift13)

Taylor Swift is a sweet and sour kind of pop idol for young adults. She is a talented songwriter who knows for sure how to be interesting to her audience in all aspects. Taylor is often compared to Katy Perry because of her similar follower count and activity on this social network. The latest buzzing on Twitter is around the rumors of Taylor dating Matty Healy from The 1975. 

The two musicians were friends for a long time, but now it seems that their relationship has gone further. Well, in this case, the app turned out to be just the perfect tool for gossiping, thanks to the speed of news sharing, collecting Twitter likes, and replying. 

Oprah Winfrey (@Oprah)

When it comes to top women on Twitter, Oprah Winfrey is the voice of a generation, a massively influential figure far over show business, and an inspiring woman. Her talk show is extremely powerful, and her opinion is important practically for all popular people in the US and beyond, gaining thousands of likes on Twitter. However, on social media, people can have their own opinion and question the ones who were once icons. 

The media was buzzing after a shocking interview with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. But later, after Queen Elisabeth’s passing, Oprah suggested on her Twitter that the royal funeral ceremony was a good moment for what she called “peacemaking,” and immediately Oprah faced the consequences of the controversial interview with the former royals. 

Users are questioning her competence and affiliation, thus spiraling a scandal and creating a trendy topic for discussion, gossiping, and gaining many comments and Twitter likes. Anyway, big dislike for you, Oprah, huh?

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Shakira (@shakira)

What can we say about Shakira? Pure Latin charisma runs through her veins, and her stunning voice is recognized all around the world. Also, she is a caring and friendly person, promoting charity and equality with her social presence. 

For example, in 2021, the Twitter community was surprised by Shakira placing an LGBTQ+ flag on her profile pic. Some concluded that she is simply trying to get more Twitter likes thanks to popular topics, but mostly, users are happy to see her support and influence. 

Another splash of popularity on the platform was dedicated to the iconic performance of Shakira and Jennifer Lopez at the Super Bowl in 2020. The two singers have included many political and social messages in their performances, still rocking the scene with their old and new hits. Tweets including clips from that event still gain thousands of likes on Twitter.

Recently, Shakira has been honored as Billboard’s Woman of the Year at the first-ever Billboard Mujeres Latinas. Well deserved. Congrats queen!

Kim Kardashian (@KimKardashian)

Kim Kardashian is probably the first celebrity who built her influence around her lifestyle solely. Once a modest bestie to huge influencer Paris Hilton, today, Kim Kardashian and her family are the trendsetters. Her public appearance is widely discussed, liked, and watched over by millions of eyes. It’s not always a positive PR, but it is always PR for Kim, so she only monetizes her Twitter likes success more with each meme or gossip about her. 

For example, her Marilyn tribute for the Met Gala was actively discussed on Twitter after it was revealed what alterations were made to the original “Happy Birthday Mr. President” dress, yet Kim still ruined it. Kim does not seem to be too sad about it, though, causing another burst of talking about her persona.

Wrapping Up

The nine women described in this article have a huge influence on the show business industry and have managed to collect a gigantic fan base and many likes on Twitter. And they provide a fantastic illustration of the influence that social media possesses. After Elon Musk purchased Twitter, the changes that he made are taking the platform down day by day, and the fans who have already created stable communities that actually fuel the app’s growth, are going to lose it soon. The platform has become a huge engagement generator, and its simple function set is only making it better for fans to unite around their icon and also for all users to drop their thoughts about any celebrity and their deeds freely.

Feature Image: Photo by Chris J Davis | Unsplash

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