Look: Celebrities Taking Selfies with Food On Instagram
It’s their way of saying, “Hello, this is me. And this is the food I love.”
Celebrities are just like regular people. Yes, like most people, they’re into food — even junk food like pizza and doughnuts. They eat out at restaurants, sometimes they eat in bed, and occasionally they even cook at home. And like most regular people, celebrities are really into themselves, taking tireless selfies and posting them on Instagram for the world to look at. And believe me, it’s not just James Franco and his daily selfies in bed. Although, if you’re unsure of what a selfie is, he’d be the one to ask.
Riddle: What do you get from a celebrity who’s really into him or herself is also really into food? You get a celebrity taking a selfie with food, i.e., a celebrity food selfie. That is the official name for it.
Plenty of stars are guilty of the celebrity food selfie. From Taylor Swift innocently peering through a green doughnut to Drew Barrymore’s winning noodle-slurping face to Usher, shirtless, frying an egg in his kitchen, we give you the following celebrities taking selfies with food on Instagram. It’s their way of saying, “Hello, this is me. And this is the food I love.”
Photo Credit: Instagram/taylorswift
You knew that doughnut was trouble, Taylor.
Photo Credit: Instagram/mileycyrus
Um, it's an ice cream bar, Miley. There's no need to get sensual with it.
Photo Credit: Instagram/jamesfrancotv
Is that sandwich of age, James Franco?
Corinne Foxx, Jamie Foxx, Channing Tatum
Photo Credit: Instagram/corinnefoxx
By the look on his face, Channing may have had too much pizza.
Photo Credit: Instagram/drewbarrymore
In a contest for Best Noodle-Slurping Face Ever, she kills it.
Photo Credit: Instagram/hilaryduff
Easy... that slice of pizza did nothing to you.
Photo Credit: Instagram/teddysphotos
Ew. Is that an English thing? No thank you, Ed Sheeran.
Photo Credit: Instagram/juleshough
Way to show Drew Barrymore how it’s done. Sluuuurp!
Photo Credit: Instagram/howuseeit
Oh Usher, breakfast in bed? You shouldn’t have. Can I get that scrambled with a side of bacon?
Haley Willard is The Daily Meal's assistant editor. Follow her on Twitter @haleywillrd.
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