The Results Are In : Modelinia Ranks The Top Model Social Media Accounts!

The runways aren’t the only place where top models reign supreme.  From trail blazing supers to today’s fresh face newbies, the world can’t seem to get enough of fashion’s leading ladies and we have the numbers to prove it!

Modelinia has done the math, and today we’re here to share the results of our latest social media experiment, ranking today’s top most-followed models on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.  Without surprise, renowned supermodel and “America’s Next Top Model” host, Tyra Banks, ranked number one for both the most followed model on Instagram with over 1.2 million, as well as the most followed on Facebook and Twitter with over 11 million. While the fashion greats like Heidi Klum and Cindy Crawford are still reigning the digital world, newcomers Cara Delevingne and Kate Upton are inching their way up with the help of their savvy photo-sharing skills.

An honorable mention goes out to Naomi Campbell, who had a total Facebook and Twitter following of 777,060 fans. The Face co-stars Naomi Campbell and Coco Rocha were neck in neck for our number 10 spot- not bad for social media rookie Naomi, who joined Twitter just two short months ago.  Check out the full list below to see if your favorite super made the cut!

*Social Media numbers as of 2/25/13 12pm EST

Instagram: The Top 5



   Tyra Banks: 1,256,594 followers


  Miranda Kerr: 1,119,698 followers


   Cara Delevingne: 797,727 followers


   Alessandra Ambrosio: 485,049 followers


   Bar Refaeli: 471,954 followers

Twitter + Facebook: The Top 10


   Tyra Banks: 11,277,305 followers total


  Adriana Lima: 3,465,472 followers total


  Heidi Klum: 2,870,248 followers total


Miranda Kerr: 2,701,525 followers total


   Gisele Bündchen: 2,421,171 followers total


   Cindy Crawford: 1,322,443 followers total


   Kate Upton: 1,189,004 followers total


  Alessandra Ambrosio: 1,161,765 followers total


  Irina Shayk: 891,235 followers total


   Coco Rocha: 798,138 followers total


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