Who you need to follow on Periscope


Who you need to follow on Periscope

…Twitter’s new live streaming video app

By ELLE team  July 30th, 2015

Amanda Oleander @AmandaOleander
Here’s a lesson in how to make mundane look interesting while connecting with your audience. The formerly unknown LA-based artist, who has been a Periscope celebrity since the app’s early days broadcasts everything from painting in her backyard to playing board games in bed.

John Mayer @JohnMayer
Even if your knowledge of Mayer begins at ‘Your Body is a Wonderland’ and ends at ‘Neon’, you’ll still look forward to the musician’s live streams where he’s usually doing a solo jam sesh from his bedroom, or giving lessons on nylon guitar strings.

Rene Redzepi @ReneRedzepiNoma
Scoring a table at the two-Michelin star restaurant Noma can be tough, but getting a behind-the-scenes tour by its head chef requires no reservation. Follow chef Rene Redzepi for one of the most delicious broadcasts on Periscope.

Periscope TV @PeriscopeCo
If you haven’t been able to get rid of FOMO then follow this feed that’s handled by the people at Periscope. Here, you’ll find Roger Federer giving a guided tour of Wimbledon, a look at Alexander McQueen’s Savage Beauty exhibit at the V&A and a curated feed of live events and celebrity broadcasts. 

Aaron Paul @AaronPaul_8
When the former Breaking Bad star isn’t punking viewers about fake Jesse Pinkman-centric spin-offs, he is live-streaming from music concerts or giving viewers sneak-peeks from his upcoming films.

Ellen DeGeneres @TheEllenShow
The talk show host totally won over Periscope as she became one of the first people to stream from a live TV show. Besides offering up some interesting behind-the-scenes content, you’ll also see some hilarious bloopers. 

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