215,000 “Like” Pippa Middleton’s Tush on Facebook

Social media discussions and posts can help predict many things from the spread of the flu to election results. Or who will be a break out 2014 Keynote Speaker?

Now we can also lump in identifying a new sex symbol.  Following the royal wedding festivities a Facebook page titled Pippa Middleton Ass Appreciation Society sprung up.

As of last night there were 90,000 people that “liked” this, while as of this post now it’s well over 150,000 and as recent as May 11 was up to 215,000.

This was following Pippa Middleton’s appearance as maid of honor in a figure-hugging dress in which some headlines read “her royal hotness.” Pippa is the younger sister of Kate Middleton.

If you are a talent agent looking for the next break out celebrity you can use social media to check the pulse of the general public.

With tools like Facebook, Twitter and Flickr at the paparazzi’s disposal it’s imperative that Pippa Middleton understands that she is living in the world’s largest glass house.  There have already been hundreds of photos uploaded to the Internet the past few days some which showcase Pippa partying or in a revealing swimsuit.

It appears Facebook was made for Pippa Middleton and Pippa Middleton was made for Facebook. With tools like Facebook, Twitter and Flickr at the paparazzi’s disposal it’s imperative that Pippa Milldleton understands that she is living in the world’s largest glasshouse. Pippa Middleton became a social media sensation following the royal wedding of her older sister Kate Middleton.

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