A glowing, five-point gold star. Depicted as ⭐ Star with stylized bursts in between its points, representing glowing or twinkling.
Commonly used to represent various senses of glowing as well for as for a sense of flourish. Not to be confused with 💫 Dizzy, ⭐ Star, 🌠 Shooting Star, or ✨ Sparkles, though their applications may overlap.
On Snapchat, this emoji displays next to a contact who has had their snaps replayed in the past 24 hours.
Microsoft’s bursts are blue lines, though were previously yellow. Apple’s star previously resembled its ⭐ Star. Samsung’s star previously displayed a burst radiating out from its center.
Glowing Star was approved as part of Unicode 6.0 in 2010 and added to Emoji 1.0 in 2015.
The "🌟" emote, also known as the Glowing Star emote, is a yellow star with five points that appears to be shining or glowing. It is commonly used to express excitement, achievement, or appreciation, and can be used in various contexts such as social media, messaging apps, and online gaming. The emote has become popular in recent years and is often used to indicate that something is particularly impressive or noteworthy.
- Love & Adoration:
"I love you to the moon and back. 🌟"
- Motivation & Determination:
"Keep going, you're almost there! 🌟"
- Appreciation & Adoration:
"I appreciate everything you do for me. 🌟"