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Selena Gomez has most liked picture in Instagram history

Published 13/07/2016

Selena Gomez
Selena Gomez

Selena Gomez has overtaken her ex-boyfriend Justin Bieber by having the most liked picture in the history of Instagram, for a sultry snap of her wearing a red top while staring at the camera.

Selena Gomez has overtaken Justin Bieber to have the most liked picture in Instagram's history.

The 23-year-old singer has a staggering 89.1 million followers on the social media site, who do their utmost to show their love for Selena in any way possible.

That determination has ensured a snap of Selena wearing a red top while staring sultrily at the camera garnered four million likes on Instagram - overtaking her ex Justin, who previously had the most liked snap on the site with a throwback picture of him and Selena kissing.

Selena posted her sexy snap two weeks ago, along with the caption: "When your lyrics are on the bottle." In the picture she is seen holding a Coke bottle which features words from her song Me & the Rhythm after she signed up for Coca Cola's Share a Coke and a Song campaign.

While the singer looks undoubtedly sexy in the picture, it is unclear what has made it go down in history apart from Selena's enthusiastic fan base.

Prior to Selena having the title of most liked Instagram picture, Justin caused mayhem on social media when he shared a picture of him and his former love having a tender smooch.

That snap garnered 3.7 million likes, overtaking Kendall Jenner, who previously held the record with 3.6 million likes for a 2015 picture of her laying on the floor with her long brunette hair placed into heart shapes.

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