Sunday, March 4, 2018

Anne Curtis, Vice Ganda, and Angel Locsin Lead Metro Society’s Most Influential on Social Media List

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Anne Curtis, Vice Ganda, and Angel Locsin shine brighter than other stars in Metro.Style's much-awaited reveal of Metro Society's "Most Influential on Social Media."

Anne reigns at the top spot with her chic style, adorable pets, interesting upbeat social life, and enticing travel photos shared with 8.5 million fans on Instagram and 10.4 million followers on Twitter. The "It's Showtime" host embraced social media for its abilities to bring her closer to fans and help others and bring about social change in the community.

As a comedian, actor, TV host, and now cosmetics maven, whatever Vice Ganda touches turns to gold. A self-made individual and a stalwart for the LGBT movement, the blockbuster superstar stands as an icon for everything that the Filipino who dreams and works hard enough can achieve—which all of his 10.4 million followers on Twitter all agree on.

With a look back at her roles, Angel may very well be the country's biggest female action star. But more than just physically strong, she has also weathered difficulties in life with a kind of grace that has drawn her many admirers. With a following of 10.2 million, Angel's tweets are a mix of inspirational messages and updates on her projects and charities.

Other notable celebrities who also made it to the list are Yeng Constantino, Marian Rivera, Toni Gonzaga, Kim Chiu, Kathryn Bernardo, Liza Soberano, and Erich Gonzales.

The "Most Influential on Social Media" list identifies relevant people from different fields - individuals who, with their large social media following, help shape and move the society we live in today.

Check out the full series of #MetroSocietyMostInfluential articles on

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