With everyone at home, many celebrities have taken to Instagram to connect with fans and each other. It seems like every 30 minutes I’m getting a notification about some celebrity going live on Instagram. With everyone so starved of human interaction and confined in their own homes, some of these celebs have really let their guard down and thankfully provided us with some entertaining insights into their lives. In no particular order, this is who you should be following on Instagram…
Kevin Hart (@kevinhart4real)
Almost everyday Kevin makes an Instagram post called ‘Confessions from the Hart’ where he takes a few minutes to tell funny stories from his life. Kevin Hart is a great storyteller and of course funny! These confessions are hilarious insights into some of the crazy, unbelievable things that have happened to him, from almost getting pepper sprayed to being in the same basketball camp as a young Kobe Bryant.
Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner (@joejonas/ @sophiet)
This couple’s live stories on Instagram are oddly satisfying. Most of them are centered around the couple in their kitchen cooking or making tea, which might sound boring but their commentary and use of filters make it anything but! And if you miss them going live, not to worry, you can watch a whole compilation of their videos on YouTube.
DJs and Producers
The music industry has a lot of parts and sometimes listeners don’t always know who was a part of the making of even some of the most famous songs. Many longtime producers and DJs from the music industry have taken to having producer battles on Instagram live where they go back and forth to see who had the best tracks. Ultimately this is just a chance to connect, party, and hear some great throwbacks. The biggest battle to date has been between T-Pain and Lil John which had nearly 300k viewers.
Gabrielle Union and Dwayne Wade (@gabunion/ @dwyanewade)
This notoriously cool couple is always posting on Instagram! Not only are their posts fresh and entertaining, their one-year old daughter Kaavia James’ facial expressions provide great content for relatable memes, especially these days.
Leslie Jordan (@thelesliejordan)
Out of left field, Jordan’s Instagram posts are the epitome of relatability during COVID-19. Best known for his role as Beverly Leslie on Will & Grace, Jordan’s posts about COVID-19 life are just too relatable to not enjoy. From asking us what we are up to talking about how he is passing the time himself, Jordan is obviously just as bored as the rest of us. If you are also bored or just in need of a good laugh, this is the account to follow!