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Fashion & Style
AARP, February 8, 2019
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The Hollywood action hero (real name: Mark Sinclair), 51, is the first to hit 100 million likes on Facebook. Follow Vin Diesel on Facebook
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At 61, she is the undisputed queen of the YouTube clip, in 2017 surpassing 10 billion views — a first among TV hosts. Follow @TheEllenShow on YouTube
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The multitalented star — @jlo to her loyal fans — has 100 million–plus followers on Instagram and Twitter. Follow @jlo on Instagram and Twitter
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For nearly 20 million followers on Twitter, the Dalai Lama’s account, @DalaiLama, is a meditative still point in an otherwise churning social media cauldron. Follow @Dalai Lama on Twitter
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Yee haw, y’all! At 73, Nashville legend Dolly Parton is auntie as well as singer and actress to her 4.7 million tweeps. Follow @DollyParton on Twitter
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One of the richest men in the world is also among the most followed, with 46 million fans on Twitter alone. Follow @BillGates on Twitter
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Reality-show matriarch @KrisJenner, 63, practically birthed the influencer era; she has over 23 million Instagram followers. Follow @KrisJenner on Instagram
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The pope speaks directly to more than 40 million faithful on Twitter accounts in nine languages, including Latin, Arabic and Polish. Follow @Pontifex on Twitter
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