You Won’t Want to Miss These 10 LDS Celeb Posts From This Week

You Won’t Want to Miss These 10 LDS Celeb Posts From This Week

Here’s your weekly roundup of the best social media posts from your favorite LDS figures and celebrities!



I always look like this when I read. #theonlypirateattheparty

A photo posted by Lindsey Stirling (@lindseystirling) on

Lindsey Stirling poses with a copy of her new book (and her memoir), The Only Pirate at the Party. You can get it here!

Alex Boye posts a still from his new Star Wars themed music video.


Lexi Walker gave us an inside look at her recent Christmas performance with this video. Click to play. Get her latest Christmas album here.  

Devin Graham, an LDS videographer known for his extreme sports, shared an amazing video this week about service and giving back at Christmas. Click to play. You can watch the whole thing here.


#hello. It’s me, @warnerjeremy. It’s going to be a good day. #studioctakeover #adele

A video posted by Studio C (@studioctv) on

Jeremy from Studio C took over Studio C’s Instagram account this week.  


Why doesn’t anybody EVER recognize me????


A photo posted by Elaine Bradley (@elainetrees) on

Elaine Bradley, drummer from Neon Trees, poses in front of a picture of herself.


When you’re on set goofing around haha #actor #actorslife #movie #film #outhouse #funny #josephsmith #toiletpaper

A video posted by Mason D. Davis (@masonddavis) on

Mason D. Davis posts this blooper on the set of his new movie, which looks like a Church-period piece.  

Jenny Oaks Baker and her family had the chance to perform a special concert for the Quorum of the Twelve. Her children take some pictures with their grandpa, Elder Dallin H. Oaks.

The men of GENTRI poses with Laura Osnes after her performance with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. Get GENTRI’s latest Christmas album here.

Al Fox Carraway admits she’s been going through some trials, but remembers where her strength comes from. Get her memoirs here.

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