This Is The Celebrity Fakes Report
With millions of followers, modern day celebrities and influencers can wield power and influence like never before. But in pursuit of such influence, are there any taking shortcuts? We’ve analysed the accounts of top 100 most followed Instagram and Twitter users to separate the real from the fakes.
New Study Finds Kim Kardashian, Katy Perry, Ronaldo and Trump Among Celebrities With The Most Fake Followers in 2020
- Updated for 2020, the Celebrity Fakes Report reveals the celebs and influencers with the most amount of fake Twitter and Instagram followers
- Sofia Richie, Katy Perry and Kourtney Kardashian among the celebs with the highest percentage of fake Instagram followers
- Will Smith, Billie Eilish and Harry Styles among the celebs with the lowest percentage of fake Instagram followers
- President Donald Trump found to have the second highest percentage of fake Twitter followers with a staggering 70% of accounts deemed to be fake or ‘bot accounts’
Refreshed for 2020, the Celebrity Fakes Report by 777 reveals the modern-day celebs and influencers whose following might not be as authentic as it first appears.
Taking the top 100 most followed Instagram and Twitter accounts (combining names who feature in both lists), the Celebrity Fakes Report uses influencer marketing tools to determine the average engagement rate per post, active followers and suspicious accounts deemed to be fake.
And the 2020 edition reveals that fitness model Ana Cheri tops the table for having the highest percentage of fake Instagram followers, with 42.7% of her 12.6 million followers deemed to not be real.
Sofia Richie, Katy Perry and Kourtney Kardashian among the notable names who make the top 20 Instagram fake follower league table, with fake follower percentages of 29.2%, 27.6% and 27.3% respectively.
Kim Kardashian falls just outside the top 20 this year, but still has a staggering 47,520,000 fake Instagram followers (26.4% of her 180 million).
In the world of sport, Lionel Messi gets the better of archrival Cristiano Ronaldo. 21.6% of the Argentine international’s 160 million followers were found to be fake, while Ronaldo had 23.4%. Fine margins, but when talking hundreds of millions of followers, it all adds up.
In the world of Twitter, prolific Tweeter and President of the United States of America, Donald Trump was found to have an estimated army of 58,602,731 fake Twitter followers (75.3%). While for UK Prime minister, Boris Johnson, 41.1% of his 3 Million Twitter followers were revealed as fake.
With 70.2% of his followers deemed to be fake or ‘bot accounts’, he has the second highest percentage of fake Twitter followers, only behind socialite Olivia Palermo.
To view the complete breakdown of fake followers and engagement rates of influential accounts across Instagram and Twitter, please visit: https://www.777casino.co.uk/false-followers/.
Top 100 follower information was sourced from the most up to date online sources, including Social Blade and Wikipedia. Fake Follower data recorded via Modash.io and SparkToro. Data accurate as of August 2020. ‘Fake Followers’ are bots, spam accounts, inactive users, propaganda, or other non-engaged/non-real users.