Who is the girl in Selfie by Chainsmokers?
‘Let Me Take a #Selfie’: CNY native Lindsey Diane stars in Chainsmokers’ hit video. Published: Apr. 28, 2014, 1:02 p.m. “Let me take a selfie,” a Central New York native says in one of 2014’s most popular music videos.
Who is the voice behind Selfie?
Promoted Stories. But the brunette model singing in the video, isn’t actually the vocalist. That would be 20-year-old Alexis Campi (aka Alexis Killacam) a finance student and close friend of The Chainsmokers duo, Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall.
Is #selfie a satire?
“The song is just a satire — it’s funny, it’s entertainment, and I think that’s why it did so well,” Alex said. In a post-“#Selfie” world, the Chainsmokers plan to produce music with a little more “integrity, in terms of who we are and what we’ve been doing,” Andrew explained.
When did Chainsmokers Selfie come out?
2014#SELFIE / Released
How do you make yourself look better in selfies?
10 Tips on How to Take a Good Selfie If You Are Not Photogenic
- Know Your Good Side and Angles.
- Find the Light.
- Place the Camera Slightly Higher or to the Side.
- Push Your Face Forward to Get a Longer-Looking Neck.
- Attempt a Genuine Smile.
- Slightly Open Your Mouth and Exhale.
- Master Photo Editing, but Don’t Overdo It!
What should I Caption my Instagram selfie?
10 Love Selfie Captions
- You’re the king, baby, I’m your queen.
- Self-love is the best love.
- I’ll never let you down.
- My better half.
- How lucky I am to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard.
- I’m yours.
- You make my heart smile.
- My ride or die.
Is selfie a slang word?
Selfie is a true 21st-century word, coined around 2002 in Australia. This type of slang word formation — known as a hypocorism, or nickname — is incredibly popular in that country, where a mosquito is a mozzie and a present is a prezzie.
Who sang selfie by the Chainsmokers?
The Chainsmokers#SELFIE / Artist
Which pose is best for selfie?
What are the best selfie angles?
- Pointing your chin slightly down and looking up at the camera.
- Turning your face slightly to one side.
- Laying down and putting the camera directly above your face.
- Looking straight on at the camera but slightly elevating the arm that’s holding your iPhone.