Current Twitter trends: Deathly Hallows Trailer, Uniqlo Lucky Line, Jupiter, Commonwealth Games
Thursday 23 September 2010
Warner Brothers has officially released a new trailer for the much-awaited Harry Potter movie,
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows and Twitter users are excited about the new sequel.
Microbloggers are tweeting links to the trailer (http://harrypotter.warnerbros.com/) pushing "Deathly Hallows Trailer" into the top position on Twitter's most talked about topics on the morning of September 23.
"UNIQLO LUCKY LINE" is in second place as shoppers tweet their position in the Japanese clothing brand's virtual shopping line to try and win prizes.
In third, fourth and fifth places are the memes "#ihatewhenpeople," "#okimlying" and "#namesomethingawful."
"Jupiter" is making an appearance on Twitter and in the night sky as the planet comes closer to the earth than it has in around 50 years.
"For u junior astronomers out there jupiter is visible in the night sky tonight..b/c it is currently in alignment w earth and the sun," and "According to Google Sky, that sparkly dot next to the Moon-as seen from Honolulu-is Jupiter overlapped with Uranus," tweet microbloggers looking up to the heavens.
"CWG," short for the Commonwealth Games, is trending in seventh place as Twitter users discuss increasing concerns over CWG participants' health and safety at the event. "Commonwealth" is also trending in tenth place.
The Dutch word for good morning ("Goedemorgen") is back in the charts at number eight and is joined by the Italian term for good morning, "Buongiorno," in ninth place.
The top 10 most talked about topics on Twitter on September 23 at 7:30 AM GMT are:
- Deathly Hallows Trailer (new)
- UNIQLO LUCKY LINE (new)
- #ihatewhenpeople (new)
- #okimlying (new)
- #namesomethingawful (-3)
- Jupiter (new)
- CWG (+2)
- Goedemorgen (re-entry)
- Buongiorno (new)
- Commonwealth (new)
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