Celebs Take The New ‘LinkedIn-Facebook-Instagram-Tinder’ Challenge

Lula Sharp
January 25, 2020

Janet Jackson is undoubtedly the victor of Dolly Parton's social media challenge.

On Tuesday, the legendary country singer posted a photo grid of herself on Instagram and Twitter in four different styles based on how people present themselves on various social media networks, with a caption that read, "Get you a woman who can do it all". The most professional photo was, of course, labeled "LinkedIn", the fun and casual pic was labeled "Facebook", the fashionable black and white posed shot screamed "Instagram", and the image from Dolly's Playboy shoot was naturally marked "Tinder". After Dolly Parton's challenge exploded online, Bollywood and Hollywood celebrities have gushed to take part in the fad.

Let's have a look at Dolly Parton's post first, sharing which she wrote: "Get you a woman who can do it all".

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"Where @DollyParton goes, I follow", tweeted former California governor and movie star Arnold Schwarzenegger with his four-picture effort. While Bollywood's A-listers such as Shah Rukh Khan, Hrithik Roshan, Kareena Kapoor and Ranbir Kapoor have not personally shared their ROFL versions of the meme on social media, we still got glimpses of their memes (shared by different production houses and fan pages).

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