Unlike her fierce and (literally) fiery character, Daenerys Targaryen on “Game of Thrones” actress Emilia Clarke is known to be a bit of a goofball. Just take a look at this facial expression on her first Insta post in 2015. Only Emilia could pull that off.
“Game of Thrones” fans will also notice the little easter egg that Emilia placed in her post…Yep, that IS a mini Daenerys Targaryen toy. Hey, she knows her audience!
Ah, we LOVE a punny caption. It's safe to say that comedian and actress Amy Schumer nailed her first Insta caption back in 2012. Here we see her having a chat with legendary comedian Steve Wright, so it was only fitting that her caption was "it feels wright."
Amy's biting humor and unfiltered punch-lines have propelled her to stardom. If you're having a grey day, we highly recommend taking a scroll through Amy's page to get a much-needed chuckle in.
When it came to finding the perfect photo for her first Instagram post, singer Nick Minaj turned to her loyal legion of fans known as Barbz. The rap royalty icon uploaded this 2013 fan sketch herself to mark the beginning of her presence on the ‘gram.
Today, Nicki’s Instagram is full of pictures of the singer in her trademark wild outfits. And while she is one of the biggest stars in the music industry, Nicki never forgets her fans. She frequently dedicates posts to them, thanking them for their support.
Leave it to Ryan Reynolds to land a joke on his first Insta post. Just like his infamous Deadpool character, the star adds a dose of deliciously dark and dry humor to any situation. Lucky for us, this 2015 post was the first of many knee-slapping posts to come. He captioned it "Stuck the landing. With my mouth." and we wouldn't have it any other way.
His humorous posts often feature other hilarious actors like Will Ferrell or involve joking around with his wife, actress Blake Lively. It’s always refreshing to see a celebrity poke fun at themselves.
While Chrissy Teigan is usually associated with Twitter thanks to her frequent Twitter spats and shade-throwing posts, there are times when she enjoys browsing and posting on Instagram too. Like most of her social media posts, Chrissy chose to keep it all in the family with this cute photo of her husband, musician John Legend all the way back in 2012.
While the poorly lit photos and rounded-edged frames are a thing of the past, Chrissy has continued to upload loving photos of her special man and their family. For better or for worse, there's no denying that Chrissy is a social media legend!