Star: Julia Roberts only joined Instagram keep an eye on Danny Moder


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A few weeks back, Julia Roberts joined Instagram. It was a big deal for some people, while others just saw it as inevitable: even the last of the old-fashioned movie stars are having to figure out these new platforms. Even fifty-year-old Oscar winners have to hustle on the ‘gram. That’s what I thought too: “Oh, Julia needs social media to hustle for her projects.” Plus, it wouldn’t surprise me at all if Julia was angling to do something multi-platform, like her ‘gram could just be a stepping stone for further stuff, much like I suspect Jennifer Garner is using her ‘gram to hustle for a cooking show. In any case, Star Magazine has a completely different theory about why Julia joined Instagram: to stalk her husband.

After only a few weeks on Instagram, Julia Roberts is already tapped out! That’s what insiders tattle Star about the 50-year-old’s unhealthy and exhausting habit of online stalking her husband, Danny Moder.

“Danny is constantly on his phone and is obsessed with his social media account,” squeals our source. “Julia hates hearing all these horror stories about girls using private messages to hit on Hollywood men. She’d rather die than have it end because of some hussy sliding into Danny’s DMs!”

With all the pretty women at Danny’s fingertips, our insider says Julia is “completely paranoid,” adding that perusing his page isn’t enough: “she’s fighting the urge to ask Danny to hand over his passwords.”

[From Star Magazine, print edition]

I laughed. I honest-to-God laughed at the thought of Julia Roberts worrying about hussies sliding into Danny’s DMs. Danny Moder isn’t Tristan Thompson!! That being said, hussies are all around. There’s literally a thot behind every corner on social media. And at one point, Julia was that hussy/thot, back when she homewrecked Danny’s marriage. Back in those days, you had to actually meet someone face-to-face before you decided to wreck their marriage. Now, in today’s world, you know some thirsty hussy would say “why not, okay” to Danny Moder via the ‘gram.

All that being said, Julia doesn’t strike me as the kind of woman who actually sits there for hours, cyber-stalking her husband. She’s too conceited for that, let’s be real. She’s exactly the kind of woman who would think “that would NEVER happen to me, I’M JULIA ROBERTS.”

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  1. Astrid says:

    For a quick second, I thought that was Bendy!

  2. Maya says:

    Yawn – either way Julia is not the superstar she was 15-20 years ago. She is not going to have any followers.

  3. Esmom says:

    I can relate…I joined IG to stalk my kids. It’s not all that effective since they spend most of their time on Snapchat. And one of my sons, like many of their friends, now has a “finsta” where I assume less appropriate posts may be. Sigh. Lol.

    • Ms Petit says:

      I was in the process of deleting all of my social media accounts and then realized I needed to keep Instagram to keep an eye on my oldest son 🙄.

      My first thought was that she joined IG not to track Danny but probably her kids who are 13 and may have it.

  4. anniefannie says:

    It’s been my experience that vapid, vain glorious, self involved woman are exactly the sort that cyber stalk. There’s an unhealthy, unending hole they need to fill and they’ll go to any lengths to protect the perception of
    perfection, especially when it isn’t rooted in any sort of reality….

    • whatWHAT? says:

      I agree that she’d be the type to do it. she strikes me as kind of controlling, so it would make sense that she’s try to control him any way she could.

      plus, the whole “how you got him is how you lose him” thing. I’m sure she doesn’t ignore that aspect of it.

    • Ripley says:

      I don’t know, I wouldn’t consider myself “…vapid, vain, glorious [or] self involved…” and I cyberstalked my husband. And then I found completely inappropriate DMs between he and a coworker.

      We’ve worked through it but I cyberstalked based on a gut feeling not because I’m vapid or vain or glorious or self involved.

  5. KB says:

    Why would she need an officially verified public account to cyber stalk him?

  6. Boston Green Eyes says:

    In what parallel universe is Danny Moder considered a good catch?

  7. Christin says:

    I think this makes perfect sense. Should she ever need to wear a message t-shirt to insult someone, she can post it instantly instead of doing a pap walk (which is so 2002).

  8. Electric Tuba says:

    Lol hussies!! I love it

  9. Vinot says:

    *Dr. Phil voice* “If he’ll do it with you, he’ll do it to you.”

  10. minx says:

    She has always seemed like a controlling, vain, unpleasant person.

  11. Kim says:

    ” A Low Vera”
    That says it all about Julia!

  12. Oliviajoy1995 says:

    I still think a divorce is on the horizon for these two.

  13. Cali💙 says:

    “There’s literally a thot behind every corner on social media” 😂😂😭👍🏽 So true, but wasn’t Julia the thot behind the corner as he was married when they hooked?😈

  14. Pandy says:

    Ugh he’s very bony looking. Not aging well.

  15. noway says:

    I’m sorry at 50 you find other ways to stalk the hubby, not start an instagram account. I think she is doing it for the kids. Even if you don’t stalk the kids they know you are there so it is a mild deterrent.

    Now I did look at her account and one t-shirt was funny. It said you can’t make everyone happy you are not an avocado. She likes t-shirts that say something. A bit childish but okay. And I also agree social media certainly has made going after taken husbands, wives or partners a lot easier. Can you imagine what Julia would have been like if it was a thing back in her hey day. Thanks for small favors.

  16. raincoaster says:

    If she were REALLY controlling, she’d insist on getting the password to his account, so she could read his DMs. But it’s Instagram: they will virtually all be some variant on “Follow me on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Path, Pinterest, and AshleyMadison”

  17. Sue says:

    Do you mean, “..keep her ONE good eye on him”?