Kim Kardashian and Kanya West
This lovely snap of Kimye sharing their fist kiss as husband & wife was the most liked Instagram picture of all time...that is, until Kendall overtook them.
Prompting imitation images to begin flooding Instagram feeds everywhere as well as garnering 3.1million likes (the most ever), Kendall Jenner proved her social media cred when posting this picture.
When Harry Styles posted this snap (which he has since deleted) of him in a Native America Headdress he was met with an overwhelming amount of criticism that chastised him for cultural appropriation.
Ellen De Generes' Oscars Selfie
When you try and fit literally every celebrity within a five-metre radius into the same photo, what do you get? Everyone's favourite seflie, taken at last years Academy Awards.
The "period" instagram
Captured by photographer Rupi Kaur, this infamous image of a girl sleeping while her menstrual blood leaked onto her pants & bed sparked discussion over the intersection between censorship and misogyny after Instagram, not once, but twice removed it before eventually reinstating it.
The controversial "nudity" image
After posting this photo of her daughter looking at her bare belly, Courtney Adamo's Instagram account was deleted (and was later reinstated) for "violating community standards of nudity."
Marlon Wayans had everyone laughing with his caption of this pic: "Man I got the most UNRHYTHMIC WHITE WOMAN dancing next to me at the jay and bay concert". Little did he know that said "white woman" was Aussie celeb Delta Goodrem.
Beyonce caused concern after posting this snap of her playing gold on vaction, with many claiming she had photo-shopped herself a thigh-gap.
Scout Willis had her account deleted after posting this image of a jumper with a picture of her topless friends on it. Soon after she protested against the censorship by walking through New York City topless to bring attention to the fact that what is deemed inappropriate on Instagram is completely legal in city.
This photo of fashion photographer Petra Collins - which showed her pubic hair - caused controversy after it led to Instagram deleting her account (which was later reinstated) as well as sparking discussion over censorship of women's body parts.