People seem to prefer 'Keeping Up with the Squad.'
Taylor Swift—singer, songwriter, Victoria's Secret model collector—has one-upped Kim Kardashian in the very (only?) area Kim is known to excel: Instagram. Kardashian was the reigning queen of social media, having "broken the Internet" and even convinced people to buy a hard copy of her Instagram feed in the form of her bestselling book, Selfish. She beat Beyonce to the most followers in August, but that success was short-lived. With a measly 45.4 million followers, she has to pass the crown to Swift, who has 45.5 million.
Just recently at the VMAs, Kanye and Tay Tay buried the hatchet from their famous "Imma Let You Finish" feud. If he was that defensive of Beyonce, Kanye would definitely intercept the mic at the imaginary Instagram Award Show for his wife.
There's still hope for Kim to regain her title — baby Kimye #2 will bring some much-needed new characters to her feed, which is almost exclusively selfies. Taylor's tour is dying down, which will mean no more "Welcome to the stage!" photos of her and various celebrities. Plus, Kim's Instagram game will only get stronger once she's voted in as First Lady in 2020.