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Instagram users reveal the most bizarre DMs they’ve sent to celebrities

Aussie influencer Winnie Blues recently made headlines for sharing details of Zac Efron’s bedroom prowess.

And on Monday, she spilled more of her followers’ secrets – this time in the form of the most embarrassing DMs they’ve ever sent celebrities on Instagram.

Some of the cringeworthy messages were sent to Hollywood superstars, others to Australian celebrities, and one was even sent to cricket legend Shane Warne – who responded not once, but twice to a less-than-enthusiastic fan.

Cringe! Instagram users have revealed the most bizarre DMs they’ve ever sent to celebrities – including asking Bindi Irwin (pictured) if she’s ever done ‘pingas’ and ‘hitting up’ Bill Gates

Gossip queen: The Instagram users submitted their most hilarious and regrettable celebrity DMs to Aussie influencer Winnie Blues (pictured), who recently made headlines for sharing details of Zac Efron's bedroom prowess

Gossip queen: The Instagram users submitted their most hilarious and regrettable celebrity DMs to Aussie influencer Winnie Blues (pictured), who recently made headlines for sharing details of Zac Efron’s bedroom prowess

Back in 2017, a fan messaged the 51-year-old sportsman saying ‘hey’ with a waving emoji, to which he responded ‘hey back’ 23 days later.

The anonymous Instagram user then replied with a heart, with Shane writing back: ‘What’s news?’

A week later, the fan tried to start the bizarre cycle again, writing a simple ‘hey’ with a wave; however, they did not receive a response from Shane.

Bizarre: Cricket legend Shane Warne responded not once, but twice to a fan who said 'hey' with a waving emoji

Odd: Another Instagram user asked the notoriously strait-laced Bindi Irwin if she had 'ever even TRIED pingas', referring to MDMA

Bizarre: Cricket legend Shane Warne responded not once, but twice to a fan who said ‘hey’ with a waving emoji (left). Another Instagram user asked the notoriously strait-laced Bindi Irwin if she had ‘ever even TRIED pingas’, referring to MDMA (right)

Another of Winnie Blues’ followers messaged the notoriously strait-laced Bindi Irwin, 22, asking: ‘So the boys and I are having a debate and I just wanted to know if you’ve ever even TRIED pingas? Like just once? I know you’re “Bindi Irwin” but still.’

A ‘pinga’ is the Australian slang for MDMA – and the fact Bindi is a well-known teetotaller and doesn’t even drink alcohol makes the question itself even more outrageous.

One fan decided to hit up newly single Microsoft billionaire Bill Gates, writing: ‘Hi Bill. What’s poppin? Hit me up when you’re in Australia next. Jen x.’

Gold: One fan decided to hit up newly single Microsoft billionaire Bill Gates, writing: 'Hi Bill. What's poppin? Hit me up when you're in Australia next. Jen x'

Gold: One fan decided to hit up newly single Microsoft billionaire Bill Gates, writing: ‘Hi Bill. What’s poppin? Hit me up when you’re in Australia next. Jen x’

Witty: Another messaged one-eyed American rapper Fetty Wap, asking: 'Can eye be your next baby mumma?' He responded: 'Eye think not'

Witty: Another messaged one-eyed American rapper Fetty Wap, asking: ‘Can eye be your next baby mumma?’ He responded: ‘Eye think not’ 

Another messaged one-eyed American rapper Fetty Wap, asking: ‘Can eye be your next baby mumma?’

He responded: ‘Eye think not.’

One wrote to Seven weather presenter Jane Bunn: ‘Hi Jane, long-time listener, first-time caller, but me and my girlfriend always notice you’ve constantly got a new belt on – how many do you think you own?’

Another attempted to make plans with Harry Styles, writing: ‘I’ve got a six-hour layover in LA today. I’ll be there at around 4:30. Let me know if you wanna hang out.’

Trying their luck: One person attempted to make plans with Harry Styles, writing: 'I've got a six-hour layover in LA today. I'll be there at around 4:30. Let me know if you wanna hang out'

Trying their luck: One person attempted to make plans with Harry Styles, writing: ‘I’ve got a six-hour layover in LA today. I’ll be there at around 4:30. Let me know if you wanna hang out’

The audacity: One requested P Diddy 'Marry me and my friend,' before hours later asking: 'Hey could you order me and Alex a bottle of red?'

The audacity: One requested P Diddy ‘Marry me and my friend,’ before hours later asking: ‘Hey could you order me and Alex a bottle of red?’

One asked P Diddy if he would ‘marry me and my friend’, before hours later lowering their expectations to: ‘Hey could you order me and Alex a bottle of red?’

Another tried their luck with Oprah Winfrey, messaging: ‘What’s good, Oaps?

‘You may be one of the most successful women of all time, but my second cousin works at [Australian restaurant chain] La Porchetta and if I order [an entrée] pasta she will usually give me a main size.

‘I’d love to explore us further if you’re keen.’

'Oaps': One tried their luck with Oprah Winfrey, messaging: 'What's good, Oaps? You may be one of the most successful women of all time, but my second cousin works at la porchetta and if I order and entire pasta she will usually give me a main size

‘Oaps’: One tried their luck with Oprah Winfrey, messaging: ‘What’s good, Oaps? You may be one of the most successful women of all time, but my second cousin works at la porchetta and if I order and entire pasta she will usually give me a main size

Looking for love: One fan wrote to Adam Sandler: 'Hey! You should stop making movies and love me instead. LMK'

Brilliant: Another repeatedly messaged psychologist Dr. Phil, writing: 'Hey daddy. Dr Daddy Phil. Dr Daddy. Phil me up. Sorry.'

Looking for love: One fan wrote to Adam Sandler: ‘Hey! You should stop making movies and love me instead. LMK’ (left) while another messaged psychologist Dr. Phil, writing: ‘Hey daddy. Dr Daddy Phil. Dr Daddy. Phil me up. Sorry’

One smitten fan wrote to Adam Sandler: ‘Hey! You should stop making movies and love me instead. LMK.’

Another repeatedly messaged psychologist Dr. Phil, writing: ‘Hey daddy. Dr Daddy Phil. Dr Daddy. Phil me up. Sorry.’

It comes just weeks after Winnie Blues hosted another Q&A with fans, during which a follower offered a five-star review of Zac Efron’s bedroom performance.

The anonymous woman allegedly had a brief relationship with the High School Musical star, 33, before he began dating his now ex-girlfriend Vanessa Valladares. 

More gossip: It comes a woman who claims she slept with actor Zac Efron in Australia early last year offered a five-star review of the Hollywood heart-throb's bedroom prowess

More gossip: It comes a woman who claims she slept with actor Zac Efron in Australia early last year offered a five-star review of the Hollywood heart-throb’s bedroom prowess 

She submitted her unverified story to Winnie, who was hosting a confessions-themed Q&A on Instagram Stories. 

The woman claimed she was ‘f**king Zac Efron’ before ‘anybody knew he was even in Australia’ – which suggests the alleged romance took place in early 2020.

‘Let’s just say he was all about pleasing the girl,’ the woman said, to which Winnie responded: ‘Hahahahaha’.

‘Genuinely. Hahahah,’ she continued. ‘When you come up I’ll tell you all about it. He’s the nicest guy I have ever met.’

While it’s unclear exactly when the woman’s alleged fling with Zac took place, it must have ended by late June/early July, which is when he started dating Vanessa. The couple split around April. 

Saucy claims: The anonymous woman allegedly had a brief relationship with Zac, 33, before he began dating his now ex-girlfriend Vanessa Valladares. She submitted her unverified story to influencer Winnie Blues, who was hosting a confessions-themed Q&A on Instagram

Saucy claims: The anonymous woman allegedly had a brief relationship with Zac, 33, before he began dating his now ex-girlfriend Vanessa Valladares. She submitted her unverified story to influencer Winnie Blues, who was hosting a confessions-themed Q&A on Instagram 

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