You know you’re getting older when it seems like nobody on Twitter knows who Billy Crystal is. Yeah, you read that right. Loads of people (and by people we mean out-of-touch teens) took to the Twittersphere after seeing the opening of the 2012 Oscars with utter confusion as to who the iconic actor is.
She was seemingly country music’s final holdout, but with the release of her new song ‘Good Girl’ Carrie Underwood has decided to join Twitter. The singer signed on just before 12PM ET on Friday, and within an hour was following 18 people and had over 10,000 followers.
Yep, it’s true that Brad Paisley has been taking some humorous shots at Paul McCartney‘s most recent album title. At the same time, it’s also true that Sir McCartney selected a moniker he most certainly assumed might take some flack from the music community. One can hardly land on a title like ‘Kisses on the Bottom’ without first thinking through the potential ramifications (and public commentaries).
Lauren Alaina has joined a growing list of country artists using Twitter to voice their displeasure with businesses. Yesterday, the 17-year-old ran into trouble with a hotel that made her and her posse wait for a cab in the cold.
Like millions of Americans who watched President Obama’s State of the Union address on Tuesday night, the Eli Young Band paid close attention to the details of his message — at least for as long as they could before likely toppling over. A recent tweet from the band indicates they made a drinking game out of the 65-minute long speech.
As you may have heard, Rob Lowe recently announced on Twitter that Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning would be retiring. While Lowe is getting flack for claiming that his “people” told him that Manning would soon be hanging up his jersey, it turns out that the ‘Parks and Recreation’ star has been right about a lot of things on Twitter in the past.
Who would’ve thought that a simple Congressional bill aimed at ending online piracy with the same potential to censor the entire internet community would cause such a mass panic? But that’s exactly what’s going on, especially with Twitter users.
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