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Celebrities are Twitter superstars. Eight of the top ten most-followed users are celebs, accounting for tens of millions of followers.
And these famous faces are banding together to help solve some of the world’s problems, using their 140-character influence.
The Oscars was a night of glam, gowns and golden statues, but it was also a night of Twitter.
People took to their favorite 140-character medium to discuss celebs, movies and Hollywood culture last night, and while it wasn’t a record-breaking event, there were a few notable Twitter milestones set while Hollywood’s elite rewarded 2011′s best-ofs.
Alright, admit it: the first time you signed on to Twitter, you did a little search for your favorite celeb. There’s nothing to be ashamed of. We’ve all done it. Twitter is a fascinating new medium in part because it gives the appearance that you’re only a quick tweet away from those larger-than-life figures you’ve admired from afar. And while that might just be an illusion on the most part, there are several tools out there to help you stalk – erm… follow your favorite celebrities on Twitter.