Forget inventor of the World Wide Web Tim Berners-Lee and Tom from MySpace, 'cos it's Kim Kardashian who's won a Webby award for her valuable contributions to the internet.
Her 'unparalleled success online' means Kim will get her mitts on the first ever Break The Internet Award at this year's Webbys, and even our dad who bloody hates the Kardashians can't even deny she deserves it.
The fact of the matter is we can't scroll through our Instagram feed without seeing about seven of her selfies, she has almost 70 million Insta followers, 45 million Twitter followers, a mobile game and HER OWN SET OF EMOJIS, for crying out loud. Christ, she's good at this internet malarky.
Announcing her win, the Webbys said: "It is to her credit that the phrase "break the Internet" is part of the lexicon of everyday speak - she has shaped our understanding of how someone or something can draw the popular attention of Internet users everywhere. To the degree that she's created a new type of celebrity - publicising her life to the benefit of herself and her family - is due to the Internet.
"Kim's preternatural sense of being in the public eye, sees her appearing at seemingly every major cultural moment, most notably, her support of Caitlyn Jenner's sex change."
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