Hollywood Twitter Trivia Collection that will make you say, “Seriously?!”

Because my brain cells have been juiced to death by blogging about seemingly nose-bleeding topics (READ: The Multiply Series), I have decided to go for something light, funny and will make you want to comment on my post.

From Multiply to Twitter, I present to you 5 Hollywood Twitter Trivia collection that will make you say “Seriously?!”

#5 Hollywood plastic surgeon first person thought to have died using Twitter

Frank Ryan died in a car crash shortly after using his phone to post a message on the microblogging site. His car veered off a cliff on the California coast.

His last tweet read: “After 25 years of driving by, I finally hiked to the top of the giant sand dune west of Malibu. Much harder than it looks. Whew!”

READ FULL STORY HERE: http://bit.ly/9bWlN8

#4  Jennifer Aniston: I Need a Twitter Account for Rumor Control

Jennifer Aniston creates a Twitter account so her mom would stop bugging her because she heard from some rumor that she was pregnant.

“I guess I just can’t have that extra burger on the weekend,” she jokes about the constant speculation that she has a bun in the oven. “I should just get a Twitter account just for rumor control because if I get one more phone call from my Mom going, ‘Jenny, I know you said you’d tell me if you’re pregnant or getting married, but Aunt Jean just called me.'”

Might not be a bad idea. For the sake of all the Anistons.

READ FULL STORY HERE: http://bit.ly/b1sX2O

#3 Jennifer Aniston ended relationship with John Mayer because of his Twitter ‘obsession’

I can’t imagine how obsessed John Mayer could be for Jenifer Aniston to actually break up with him. Hmmm, I think I’d have to follow him so I know which side I’m going to take. 😛

People claiming to be friends of the actress have told Star magazine that she finished the affair after discovering Mayer, 31, spent hours on the networking website, despite telling her he was too busy to get in touch with her.

The source said: “He didn’t even deny it. He knew he was avoiding her. So when she called him on it and ended things, he just said OK, and that he was sorry it didn’t work out.

“He took the break-up like a man.”

Even so, shortly after Aniston’s call, Mayer’s Twitter update read: ‘This heart didn’t come with instructions.’

READ FULL STORY HERE: http://bit.ly/DpOzP

#2 Justin Bieber ‘takes revenge on teenage hacker by tweeting his phone number to 4.5m fans’

Let me just say that this is very mature, Bieber. It really is. 😛

On Saturday night Bieber thrilled his 4.5 million followers with a message suggesting they would all have a chance to speak to their hero.

The number is not Bieber’s but instead belongs to a teenager from Detroit called Kevin Kristopik, who earned a degree of notoriety among Bieber-obsessives earlier this year by obtaining the Canadian singer’s private phone number after breaking into the Twitter account of one of his friends.

READ FULL STORY HERE: http://bit.ly/atWqM7

#1 Island-Def Jam Senior VP gets arrested for not Tweeting.

Police arrested a senior vice president from Bieber’s label, Island Def Jam Records, James A. Roppo, 44, of Hoboken, N.J., saying he hindered their crowd-control efforts by not cooperating. He was in custody Friday night, pending charges that could include criminal nuisance, endangering the welfare of a minor and obstructing government administration, Smith said. “We asked for his help in getting the crowd to go away by sending out a Twitter message,” Smith said. “By not cooperating with us we feel he put lives in danger and the public at risk.”

READ FULL STORY HERE: http://bit.ly/6J0zgT

Now I didn’t know there’s so much happening on Twitter that it makes me want to be active and following every celebrity and be there when they do something crazy.

Old folks may ask, what in the world is happening? Well I guess it’s new social media taking over the universe! Gotta run fast to keep up, I’m getting left behind. 😛

PS: Sorry for the J. Bieber and J. Aniston overload, I just found them really interesting and can’t help but post! I’ll just have to go for part two of my “Twitter Series” and look for other celebs who have Twitter Trivia collection that would make us say, “Seriously?!”

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About Marj Casal

Maria Angelica Nepomuceno Casal is a student of the University of the Philippines Manila and this blog is created as part of the requirements of my OC152 class. And might as well be a long term hobby.
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6 Responses to Hollywood Twitter Trivia Collection that will make you say, “Seriously?!”

  1. Zid says:

    Twitter has had its fair share of celebrities doing things that are pretty regrettable. I think that’s why we’re at an advantage because our reputations aren’t subject to so much public scrutiny. Regardless, we still should manage our reputations carefully, even on Twitter.

  2. Justine says:

    I agree with Zid’s comment about managing reputations on Twitter. Celebrities are always under the watchful eyes of the public so they must be very careful of waht they put up on the internet.
    An example is of Haley Williams. Since she posted that topless photo on Twitter, my perception of her has changed dramatically. Every time I see her I don’t see her music videos, I see her topless pic.
    Sigh… another celebrity lost to Twitter.

  3. Pattydc says:

    Many of the facts were funneh! It was very “mature” of Justin Bieber to do that to the hacker. Though I must admit, it was genius to use his “fame” to bring those blasted hackers down. And John Mayer! Can you say “busted”?

    Twitter, just like any other site can be used for managing reputations. But of course, we must always be careful about what we post. Even if we’re not famous people like John Mayer or Jennifer Aniston, we are always subject to public scrutiny. Future employers can Google us, and try to find out who we are through our online activities. And, so even in our tweets and blogs and forum comments, we should be careful.

  4. I think managing reputations online has a lot do with what you let people know about you. Whether you are a celebrity or not, you have a control of what you let people about you. It’s good for celebrities to have some place where they can just post what they have to say an in the way they want to say it. The bottom line is, if you want to have a good reputation, you should be responsible for your words and actions.

  5. gj says:

    A lot of tweets really have gone on to becoming full blown controversies, and even get cited for news reports. *rolls eyes* It is quite entertaining, but it would be nice if users would be oriented with the PROPER use of such sites and tools like microblogging as well, so that it’s not all crazy+crazy, but more crazy+true+good+somethingactuallyworthyourtime. How about we tweet about a class offering for Twitter users to take up OC152? hahaha

  6. It’s amazing how twitter can affect the lives of people in such a big way, considering that it’s just 140 words per update. That’s not a lot of words! Simple statements can lead to reactions, that can either lead to the improvement or the drastic death of a person’s reputation. I do wonder why with so many people crashing and burning with their tweets, others still haven’t learned from it. Oh well.

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