Top Five Celebrity Tweets

Here on this page, we’ll walk you through the five most popular entertainment / celebrity twitter feeds. Actually, we take a short stroll on this page – you’ll find the last two celebs on the Top Five Entertainment Tweets Part Two page…

1. Britney Spears (@britneyspears)

Out of the 13,560 celebrity twitter feeds, Ms. Spears skewers the competition by rising to the top of the tweet heap.

Let’s talk numbers: Brit the Twit has over 4.5 million followers and counting! She and her intrepid team are in comparison only following a little over 422,000 other tweets, which makes us wonder: what gives, Brit? Least you can do is follow at least 2 million twitter feeds to help balance out the twitter environment. We hear such balancing actions can result in lessening the effects of global warming…so, c’mon Brit, save a planet or two, will ya? And what about all those tweets on slots online for players in the us- are you being paid to do that? Gambling is probably not something you need as a distraction right now, is it?

2. Ellen DeGeneres (@TheEllenShow)

People love Ellen (and none more than Portia de Rossi!), as indicated by the 4,359,053 followers of her Twitter feed. These lucky stalkers followers get up to the minute information of all things Ellen, such as which celebrity-studded, red carpet event she’s hosting to which of her daytime television guests she wishes would pop a tic tac once in a while. You can also win tickets to her show and get the double benefit of hearing news about that other little show she’s on, American Idol.

2. Patty Duke

Patty Duke, well known as an American actress of stage, film, and television has been a spokes person for a number of years volunteering her time promoting Social Security’s online services in numerous Public Service Announcements (PSAs) and media interviews. When she was diagnosed with bipolar disorder in 1982, she could have filed with a disability attorney for social security disability benefits. As a successful actress she did not have the financial needs to do so, although many thousands of Americans do each year. As a FYI: There are many situations along the way where having expert legal advice would be to your benefit when filing for social security disability benefits. For many people the best advice is to seek representation from the start of the process. A social security disability lawyer will make sure that you meet all the deadlines and check to make sure your files are received. With her bi-polar disorder under control, Patty Duke, who recently turned 65 applied online for retirement and Medicare benefits from home that was taped for an educational spot, showing her fellow baby boomers the easiest way to apply for benefits. Still a spokes person for Social Security online services, Duke says: “I urge my fellow baby boomers to go online to www.socialsecurity.gov. If you’re not sure how to get started on the computer, ask a loved one to help you out. I did, and it was so easy.”

4. Oprah (@Oprah)

Hmmmmm. What can I say about Oprah that hasn’t already been said? She’s a giving person that lives to better humanity with her selfless, Hermes-lovin’ ways.

At least that’s what they want you to believe.

Sure, over 3 million followers tune in to hear about her daily ruminations. So how many twitter feeds does she and her team follow? 19, folks, an astronomical 19. Too good to follow us mere mortals, O?

I mean, really?

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