Current Twitter trends: Happy Valentine's Day, Grammy Awards
Monday 14 February 2011
Microbloggers are wishing their followers a Happy Valentine's Day on the morning of February 14 with the hashtag "#happyvalentinesday."
People on Twitter are also tweeting about the 53rd annual Grammy Awards.
The chart is full of terms relating to the music awards; "#grammys" is currently sitting in fifth place on the chart, the name of Grammy Award-winning multi-instrumentalist "Esperanza Spalding" is in fourth place and "Lady Antebellum," a country music group who came away with five Grammy Awards, is in sixth place.
Twitterers are telling Justin Bieber they are proud of him despite the news the young singer didn't win the Grammy Award for Best New Artist with the term "#proudofjustin."
Folk band "Mumford & Sons" joined legendary singer Bob Dylan on stage during the awards ceremony and microbloggers are using their 140 characters to tweet about the performance.
"Mumford & sons killed it. Such a fan" and "4 lads w/ acoustic instruments + fierce poetry + soaring harmonies = mumford & sons rocked the grammys even w/ their pants on," tweet microbloggers.
"#5FreeSongs" is promoted in first place, and fans are talking about Britney Spears's next album Femme Fatale with ninth place term "Britney Fatale."
The wrongly spelled names of Jennifer Lopez's husband Marc Anthony ("Mark Anthony") and American BMX rider Mat Hoffman ("Matt Hoffman") are in eighth and tenth places on Twitter's most talked about topics.
The top 10 most talked about topics on Twitter on February 14 at 7:30 AM GMT are:
- #5FreeSongs (promoted)
- #happyvalentinesday (new)
- #proudofjustin (new)
- Esperanza Spalding (new)
- #grammys (new)
- Lady Antebellum (new)
- Mumford & Sons (new)
- Mark Anthony (new)
- BRITNEY FATALE (new)
- Matt Hoffman (new)
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