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Can you guess which celebrity just broke record for most Twitter followers?

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Katy Perry has just broken Twitter records by reaching 90 million followers, and Twitter congratulation the singer by posting a celebratory tweet on their own account, writing: "It's party time, @katyperry! With 90 million on the guest list, we're gonna need a really big dance floor."

The Fireworks singer retweeted their post to celebrate her social media milestone, writing: "Dang that is tight," accompanied by the sunglasses emoji. 

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Katy has broken the Twitter record with 90 million followers

The star is an avid tweeter, and not only does she keep her fans updated with tour and music news, she also uses the platform to share her political and philosophical views, commenting on recent affairs and, of course, to show off her fun sense of humour.

Fans were quick to praise the singer's new record, with one writing: "all 90 million of us are on our way to your place for a slumber party right now," while another joked: "can we celebrate by releasing your new single?" The fans of the singer, also known as 'KatyCats,' also began a gif party by posting funny clips to mark the occasion and hashtagging '#Katy90GIFParty." 

She is closely followed by Justin Bieber, with 83.8 million followers, and pop rival Taylor Swift, with 79 million followers.

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Katy took to Instagram to confirm her relationship with Orlando Bloom

Although Katy also regularly uses Instagram, and recently posted a snap to confirm her relationship with Lord of the Rings actor Orlando BloomSelena Gomez holds the record for most Instagram followers with 87.3 million, while her ex-boyfriend Justin smashed records for most likes on a photo after sharing a throwback snap of himself with Selena, captioning the post: "Feels."

The sweet picture has now reached nearly four million likes, beating the previous record held by Kendall Jenner's snap of her hair arranged into heart shapes. 

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