In the blink of an eye, it feels like I’ve gone from an uneventful 2018 music year to — whoa!! New Kanye releases?! KIDS SEE GHOSTS??? Jorja Smith’s debut album??? This year is FINALLY interesting!!
I knew that years of watching Mexican soap operas and listening in to the chismes (gossip) would one day pay off. Who can relate? Where’s our people at?! By people I mean you pretty mamacitas who know how to pull the juiciest content from Instagram.
Summer has arrived, kids. Are you ready? So I’ll be shopping later this week for an absurd amount of crop tops to add to my wardrobe. In the meantime though, let’s talk Insta! Here are the top posts that caught our eye over the weekend that we need you to peruse as well, featuring Will Smith, Khalid, and …
Every week, we fine folks here at We Are The Guard keep tabs on our favorite Instagram posts, lest you missed something. This week, we've got a heartfelt confession from FKA Twigs. You'll see Will Smith ride a motorcycle to outer space. Here are our favorite Instagram posts from this last week.
This week, we round up our favorite Instagram posts, to help you keep up-to-date on the newly-forged covenant between Katy Perry and Taylor Swift, as well as the Heavenly Bodies from the Met Gala. We've also got a bit of cross-dressing cosplay from The Backstreet Boys and even more trolling from Grimes.
Hey, We Are: The Guard-ians. It’s ya girl here, back from a week-long hiatus as I’ve been having an existential crisis solely related to watching Infinity War. No, I’m not over it. Yes, I’ve seen it three times. Yes, my heart is broken. No, YOU’RE the nerd!! But I’m back to showcase the best of Instagram this week.
The backlash over Taylor Swift having spent the last decade in the spotlight trying to be America’s Bestie has been a little over the top. But in the case of her cover of Earth, Wind and Fire’s September, the response is justified, if not a bit understated.
It's been a hot week on Instagram, especially with the media blitzkrieg that is Coachella last weekend in deep Southern California. We Are The Guard were as elevated and uplifted by Beyonce dropping knowledge and mad style as the first woman-of-color to headline Coachella. We also acknowledge that other things happen.
Sure, it was cool to see Destiny’s Child dancing and singing at the world’s biggest festival but it was EVEN COOLER to see Kelly Rowland stalked on screen by horror’s two most important serial slashers.