Paul DelVecchio (Pauly D) have a Starscore of 40,634,986 and are No.9341 today on the Global social media chart
With a total of 4,320,985 Twitter followers, 9,635,043 Facebook fans and 29,443,534 YouTube views. Today Paul DelVecchio (Pauly D) lost 425 Facebook fans, gained 1,379 Twitter followers and gained 2,417 YouTube views. Their social media ranking has moved up 9 places in the daily Musician Chart to no.174 and remains at no.115 in the all time Musician Chart.
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