The singer-actress — with 89 million followers — doesn't have a social media consultant or a method behind her backstage pics and well-lit selfies: Instead, "I go, 'Oh, that would be great for Instagram.'"
British actress Vivien Leigh, holding her Oscar, which she won for Best Actress for her role in the film "Gone With The Wind", talks to American film producer David O. Selznick, at the banquet of the Academy of Motion Pictures, Arts and Sciences, in Hollywood, Calif., on Feb. 29, 1940. Selznick also won a special award for the same film. (AP Photo)
Actress Norma Shearer poses with her Oscar at the Academy Awards banquet in the Fiesta Room, Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles, Ca., Nov. 5, 1930. Shearer won for the best performance given by an actress for the movie "The Divorce." (AP Photo)
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John Wayne shows the gold statuettes he accepted for Gary Cooper and John Ford to two former Academy Award winners, Olivia De Havilland and Janet Gaynor after the ceremony in Hollywood March 19, 1953. Cooper won his Oscar as best actor, in "High Noon." and Ford as best director. Neither was in town for the presentations. Miss Gaynor was handed the first Oscar ever presented to an actress 25 years ago. (AP Photo)
Actress Annette Funicello, right, and former child film star Shirley Temple, left, are seen holding a miniature Oscar statuette at the annual Academy Awards presentations, in Los Angeles, Calif., in April 1961. (AP Photo/Brich) Photo: Brich
Actor Sidney Poitier is photographed with his Oscar statuette at the 36th Annual Academy Awards in Santa Monica, Calif. on April 13, 1964. He won Best Actor for his role in "Lillies of the Field." (AP Photo) Photo: Anonymous