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The Most Memorable Celebrity Twitter Battles [INFOGRAPHIC]

Celebrities and Twitter can be a spicy mix, with titans clashing for the top-followers spot and battles breaking out with 140-character barbs that would horrify the most lenient of publicists.

The infographic below from web hosting company HostGator takes a look at some of the most memorable celebrity Twitter battles, from Kirstie Alley and Charlie Sheen to Lady Gaga and Katy Perry.

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Why Celebrities Quit Twitter (And Keep Coming Back For More) [INFOGRAPHIC]

What connects Miley Cyrus, John Mayer, Ashton Kutcher, Chris Brown and Kanye West?

If your first thought was, “They’re all awful, awful people,” then, I’m sorry, but the answer we were actually looking for was: they’ve all, at one time or another, quit Twitter.

And, in many cases, quickly come back again. But why? What in blue blazes happened?

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Lady Gaga Wipes Her Twitter Profile, Changes Avatar To Default Egg

Lady Gaga has long been a Twitter all star, even after being surpassed in follower count by Justin Beiber in January.

But mysteriously, she has changed her Twitter profile picture to the network’s default egg image, and updated her Twitter bio to read, “This interface has been shutdown temporarily. Please check back for updates.”

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Kim Kardashian And Kanye West’s Baby Girl Becomes Twitter Sensation

Within an hour of the announcement that Kim Kardashian and Kanye West named their baby “North West,” the name became a global trending topic on Twitter.

And the reaction tweets are still going strong. Some of our favorites, below.

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Catch Legendary Dodgers Announcer Vin Scully’s Tweetcast During Tonight’s Yankees Matchup

During tonight’s LA Dodgers vs. New York Yankees game at 7:05 p.m. EST, there will be as much game-time entertainment online as on the field as 85-year-old Vin Scully takes over the Dodgers’ Twitter account for his first live tweetcast.

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Nelson Mandela Victim Of Another Twitter Death Hoax

This weekend, people on Twitter got yet another reminder not to believe what you read on Twitter without confirming with an outside source.

Nelson Mandela has become the latest victim of a celebrity death hoax on Twitter, with the network abuzz with the false information that the former South African president had died in his sleep.

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Here’s How Much 18 Different Celebrities Get Paid To Tweet [INFOGRAPHIC]

Not all tweets are created equal.

Celebrities are often paid up to six figures to send a single sponsored message. The Huffington Post put together a breakdown of how much exactly 18 different celebrities get paid to tweet.

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Fake Celebrity Twitter Accounts Photoshopping Verified Check Marks Into Profile Photos

Hey, Twitter: might want to look into this one.

Two fake Twitter accounts for former Gossip Girl star Blake Lively have each garnered tens of thousands of fans – perhaps thanks to the fact that each of them have a much-coveted verification check mark.

But, uh – both are fake, photoshopped into the account’s cover photo.

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Joan Rivers Dishes On Her Twitter Strategy At Internet Week NY

Internet Week NY is in full swing, and one of the most packed events so far was Joan Rivers’ keynote yesterday afternoon.

The mother of irreverent comedy was interviewed by Shira Lazar, the cofounder of What’s Trending, for a conversation about the Internet’s impact on comedy.

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Michael Ian Black’s Sponsored Tweet For Dos Equis Gets Serious Flack From Twitterverse

Stand-up comedian, actor and authorĀ Michael Ian Black has amassed almost 2 million Twitter followers since his first tweet pre-2010.

The Twitter early adopter is opinionated about everything from Angie Harmon’s hair to guitar solos – as well as his right to send and get paid for sponsored tweets.

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