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These 5 Notable Celebrities Who Have Won Guinness Record And How

Since the 1950s, the Guinness World Records team has been keeping track of the most spectacular, unusual, and distinctive achievements and milestones.

These are the names of five celebrities who have broken world records.

Ariana Grande is number one. The famous singer and actress has broken the Guinness World Record for the most Instagram followers of a female celebrity.

Dwayne Johnson is number two on the list. In 2015 and 2017, the actor and former professional wrestler set two Guinness World Records.

He set the record for the most selfies snapped in three minutes in 2015, with a total of 105 photographs, which was broken in 2018 by James Smith.

He set the record for the largest layered dip in 2017, but Bush Beans broke it in January 2020.

BTS: On August 22, 2019, the K- pop boy band achieved the global record for the most viewed YouTube video in 24 hours with their song Dynamite, which had 101 million views.

Vanna White is number four. The co- host of " Wheel of Fortune" has carved out a special position in history.

After clapping an estimated 3, 721, 446, times across the show' s 32 seasons, she holds the title for most frequent clapper.

Chadwick Boseman: The popular Marvel star, who died in August 2020, was the holder of a world record, but he didn' t live to see it.

A day after his passing, his official account sent out a tweet with a lovely photo of him and some sweet text.

Guinness confirmed that the message had received over 7 million likes, making it the most liked in Twitter history.

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