Based on the Twitter streams of some of the most well-known Twitterers (?), it seems that it’s true when they say that Stars! They’re just like us!
Because they tweet before and after pictures of their haircuts. (Like you never…)
From her many, many tweets about the most exciting haircut since that time Britney Spears shaved her head and went all umbrella-crazy, it’s obvious that Miley Cyrus is over-the-moon about her new ‘do. And apparently, so are her fans. “Someone just told me im prettier than Miley Cyrus,” she tweeted.
Honestly, all is can see are her black eyebrows. Something about this screams CRY FOR HELP. Or at least a cry of, “I am just a wee baby and I’m rushing into marriage and so therefore I’m about to go and do something else really stupid.” I guess I applaud her decision to do something different with her hair (and she should. I mean, if she hates it in five minutes, she can get herself an awesome set of extensions and people will be all…what haircut? See…totally just like us.) and I kind of get the Mae Whitman-as-Amber-Holt-in-Parenthood vibe she’s throwing out there, I just really hope that Mae Whitman weighs in and offers some eyebrow-tinting advice.
Because black eyebrows.
As far as the eye can see.
Celebrities also help women give birth in New York City parks. And by ‘help’ what I really mean is ‘watch and then snap iPhone photos of the placenta, get caught by TMZ, and then embarrassingly tweet about it.’
What? This is Jonah Hill and girlfriend Alexandra Hoffman (Yes, Dustin’s daughter) we are talking about—not Ryan Gosling. You know Gosling would have been out there catching and delivering that baby.
What in the actual fresh hell? I just spent four fun-filled days walking around New York City and the craziest thing I saw was a naked lady singing in Times Square. And I ran quickly before her boob was able to touch me—there were no pictures taken. I cannot figure out how one gives birth in a park—I needed pitocin up the wazoo and over 24 hours of contractions to birth all three of my babies. Yet this lady just, well, delivers in the park magically in front of Jonah Hill. And then he takes pictures of it. I wouldn’t even take pictures of my own placenta; I cannot even imagine wanting to photograph a random stranger’s, um, afterbirth. There is nothing not weird about this.
Lest you think it’s only Miley Cyrus and Jonah Hill whose tweets fill my HootSuite stream with their blogger-like behavior, here are some of my most favorite celebrities on Twitter:
What about you? Who are your favorites to follow?