Leonardo Dicaprio Is Finally Instagram
After years of being conspicuously absent from Instagram, Leonardo DiCaprio finally decided that he's got some photos worth sharing: a pair of selfies from his appearance as a Messenger of Peace at the UN Climate Summit . The actor signed up to post his pics this morning, inaugurating his account with this shot of himself and Secretary General Ban Ki-moon.http://instagram.com/p/tSbSPpqxDK/?modal=true
Needless to say, it's delightful to see Leo on Instagram for such a good cause. But now that he's signed up, he needs to keep the content coming fast and hot -- and as a newcomer to the app, we realize he might need a little bit of guidance when it comes to what to post. Here are the must-have pics that Leo definitely needs to check off his list.
The awards show selfie with another celeb
Find a famous BFF and take a pic. Poor cropping and unflattering camera angle non-optional. Bonus points if it's Kate Winslet.
The photo of a photo shoot
Behind-the-scenes pics from a photo shoot are standard fare for the in-demand celeb: a shot of a pile of makeup brushes, a row of shoes, or a clothing rack full of sexy suits are all good choices.
Selfie with a tiger
Self-explanatory, but challenging if you happen to live in New York ... although really, Leo can probably afford the $500 fine.
Cats are the lifeblood of the internet, and celebrity cats are always a hit. (Just ask Taylor Swift.) If Leo has a cat, he should take a minimum of 1,000 photos of it. If doesn't have a cat, he should get one IMMEDIATELY.
A wink to the fans
A photo of Leo dressed as a wolf and standing on Wall Street would be terrific, as would any picture of him standing on the prow of a boat with arms outstretched.
A vague, angsty post about his professional struggles
Everybody loves a good sub-stagram! Bonus if Leo waits until Oscar night, then posts a photo of an empty shelf with the caption, 'Negative space,' followed by six crying cat emojis.