The only person I know who uses Snapchat semi-regularly is 25 years old. I’d use Snapchat more frequently, but most of my peers are 40+ and don’t see the need. They once felt the same way about Facebook, so we’ll see what happens. Regardless of what you think about each snap’s disappearing act (i.e., messages vanish after a max of 10 seconds), one of the best parts about Snapchat is the doodling feature. There’s something about a doodle that adds a personalized, quasi-wacky sense of fun to your visual 10-second back-and-forth Snapchats. Before we hand over all credit to Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel, there’s another person who deserves a nod in the social media history books: celebrity-gossip blogger, Perez Hilton. Whether you love him or hate him, Hilton was a social media early adopter whose influence is now popping up on a regular basis. Back in 2004 — well before social was in fashion — Hilton was using his blog, PerezHilton.com, and Twitter feed to build his personal brand and audience following. Plus, he was known for drawing humorous, snarky photo captions — doodles — as a way to convey his personal quips & opinions, often attaching his sassy sentiments to the doodles coming directly out of the celebrities’ mouths. Thanks to social media, Hilton could
The YouTube celebrity posted a lengthy, emotional video revealing that she and her husband are ending their marriage.
While sharing the sad news with her over 4 million subscribers, Colleen immediately broke down, saying:
"I am dreading making this video. I'm just going to say it. Joshua and I are getting a divorce. Man, that sucks to say out loud."
But, Miz Ballinger stressed that her former flame didn't wrong her in any way, adding:
"I want to start off by saying Joshua is a wonderful man, and I am so in love with him. This has nothing to do with he's a bad person, or he did something horrible to me, or anything like that. He's a good person and I love him."
Instead, the singer clarified that they ultimately weren't a good fit together: