I’m seeking solace as soon as possible! The best way for some celebrities to find peace is to spend time away from cyberspace, a chaotic place.
Some celebrities have taken breaks from social media to refresh their minds, mentions, and search histories, including Selena Gomez, Kim Kardashian, and Sarah Hyland.
A huge fan of stepping away from the internet when trolls get her down, the “Bad Liar” singer once had the most followers on Instagram.
Kim Kardashian, Selena Gomez, and More Celebrities Who Took a Break From Social Media
According to her Instagram Live in October 2020, “I haven’t used social media on my phone for two years.” But, she says, “I still use the platform and make sure that I approve and write things that I want to publish, but I don’t look at it and it isn’t on my phone.”
She felt the same way whenever she woke up in the morning: “I wake up every day, and I think to myself, ‘Why do I do this?'” she said. “My words hurt me, and they don’t add anything to my life. The truth is their lies. So, I handled the situation by saying, “I think I’m going to step out of this.”
“I am sick to my stomach”: Rachel Brosnahan responds to Highland Park shooting.
After the mass shooting at a Fourth of July parade in Highland Park, Ill, Rachel Brosnahan, who stars in The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, expressed her frustration on Twitter. The actress, who grew up in the area, described her feelings about Monday’s shooting and her exhaustion from the other shootings that have occurred in America this year.
Brosnahan wrote that the parade is a highlight of the year for many families in Highland Park. “When news like this comes out, I am sick to my stomach, but I don’t wish anyone the pit in their stomach as they call their family and friends to make sure everyone is okay. No words.”
The media sexualizes Jenifer Love Hewitt, and she is fed up with it.
Despite Britney Spears’ claims to the contrary, Jennifer Love Hewitt experienced an epiphany due to the New York Times’ shocking documentary, Framing Britney Spears. It wasn’t until she watched the new documentary and realized how frequently she has sexualized as a young star that the media had a toxic relationship with her.
Hewitt claimed during the film’s promotion that she hated journalists who did not highlight her acting after the success of her 2001 romantic comedy Heartbreakers.
She commented that I worked hard in that movie to do a decent job as an actress, but I was upset because it was all about physical problems. It would have been nice if I had understood how inappropriate that was so I could have defended myself or not answered those questions,’ I think as I grow older. I laughed it off at the time, but now I regret it.
Hewitt believes that movies like Framing Britney Spears may help educate young girls about sexist remarks and inquiries from the media.
Halsey is fed up with responses to social media comments about her appearance.
Although Halsey hasn’t been feeling well lately, she’s sick of the social media comments coming her way.
After giving birth to a son, Ender, in July, Halsey – who uses the pronouns “she” and “they” – underwent surgery for endometriosis four days before walking the red carpet for the Grammys.
Despite the singer emphasizing that she’s been “really, really, really sick,” many of her social media followers don’t understand.
Instead, they post comments about Halsey’s appearance, saying she is “unhealthy” or “too thin.”
In response to the nasty comments, Halsey decided to put an artistic spin on them on Wednesday.
In a TikTok video, she made faces at the negative comments surrounding her on-screen as Walworth & Howell’s “I Already Know” played in the background.
Mouni Roy shares a post on Instagram with the caption, “Tears, painkillers,” while in Sri Lanka.
Besides sharing her stunning pictures on social media, Mouni Roy keeps her fans updated with her daily activities on Instagram. Her posts take over the internet in no time!
In an Instagram post, Mouni revealed that she had fallen ill. She wore a robe while sitting on a bed and holding a novel. Though she looked pretty in her post, the actress noted that she was unwell. In the caption of her position, she wrote, “Tears, painkillers, and American hazelnut.” She is currently on a work-cum-vacation in Colombo, Sri Lanka.
Several stars share their COVID-19 experiences, including Jimmy Fallon and Debra Messing.
Many celebrities have shared their experiences with Coronavirus-19 since the pandemic began in early 2020. Several stars are crediting vaccinations with keeping their cases mild after vaccines were introduced at the end of 2020. We look back at their comments on the virus in 2020 and 2021.
Before Christmastime in 2021, Jimmy Fallon announced on Instagram that he had contracted COVID-19. In addition to being vaccinated and boosted against the virus, the “Tonight Show” host said he recovered from mild symptoms of the illness and thanked NBC for its testing protocol.
He wrote, “I tested positive for Covid on the first day of our holiday break. Thanks to the nurses and doctors who work tirelessly to get everyone vaccinated.”
Debra Messing wore a pink bonnet and a face mask as she announced that she had tested positive for COVID-19 on December 30, 2021.
In quarantine, Messing decided to beautify…..Or maybe sleep… I have a lot of work to do, but for the inevitable breaks, what should I watch?”