The Twitter saga is still ongoing after billionaire Elon Musk acquired the platform a few days back. Soon after the acquisition, the Tesla owner proposed some new changes to the micro-blogging site which was not to the liking of several celebrities. Many have chosen to leave the site like Toni Braxton and Shonda Rhimes whereas others like Ryan Reynolds have simply shifted to another platform.
The Canadian opened a new account on Tumblr following the Twitter drama. He has shared several GIFs and other jokes in his first few posts. Now it seems like Wonder Woman has also followed on the heels of Deadpool.
Lynda Carter is the second celebrity to join Tumblr after Ryan Reynolds
The Wonder Woman actor Lynda Carter recently shared on her Twitter that she has joined Tumblr. However, her announcement of the news was rather amusing. She announced that she joined the website to keep Ryan Reynolds in check!
— Lynda Carter (@RealLyndaCarter) November 8, 2022
And Ryan welcomed her with open arms.
🎶All the world is waiting for you 🎶 https://t.co/zV9nhlIbNa
— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) November 9, 2022
On Twitter the women mostly retweeted artwork and it just makes us think that she will fit right in with the Tumblr audience. Carter played Diana Prince on television during the 70s, but despite the decades that have passed she remains an active supporter of the fan community.
She is also very vocal about her support for the LGBTQ community and women’s rights. With two new joiners, we expect some more to flock to Tumblr in the coming months. The micro-blogging website is now offering the blue checkmark for a price to its users. It’s charging $7.99/ month for that.
Additionally, Musk also intends to introduce longer videos and lesser intrusive ads. He also promises higher visibility to quality posts and this is all in a bid to stop spam postings on Twitter. With the changes that Musk is bringing to Twitter, Tumblr might become the new celebrity hub. Apart from just jumping platforms, the Canadian is also hoping to buy the Senators.
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