Also trending on social media are Kim Kardashian West and Donald Trump's reaction to the Golden Globes.
Commentary: There's only one brand personality who knows how to attract attention better than the president-elect. Just look at the numbers.
Technically Incorrect: On Twitter, the National Rifle Association mocks the celebrity, possibly for her support for some level of gun control.
Social Cues: The world has had enough of creepy clown sightings, and the trending hashtag #IfISeeAClown aims to do something about it.
Technically Incorrect: We really don't honor the death of our phones enough, do we? Thankfully, celebrities show us the way.
Commentary: Kim Kardashian didn't choose just any social media to expose Taylor Swift's flip-flopping.
Do you love watching celebrity feuds on the internet in all their blurry glory? Welcome to your beautiful dark twisted fantasy.
As gamers buy extra story lines and special moves to make their character dance like Michael Jackson, they're shifting purchases online and away from discs.
Famous for being famous, Kardashian tells Recode's Kara Swisher she owes her career to social media.
Hip-hop star tells Ellen DeGeneres that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg didn't loan him any money because he asked for it on Twitter.
The iconic artist's legions of fans are turning to social media to spill grief for an artist who had a conflicted relationship with the Internet.
Technically Incorrect: The great songstress follows in the footsteps of the great hypestress Kim Kardashian by launching a video game through Glu Mobile.
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