Current Twitter trends: 'Reviving Ophelia,' David Arquette, Brett Favre
Tuesday 12 October 2010
Reviving Ophelia," the title of a movie airing on America's Lifetime TV Network, is the most talked about topic on Twitter on the morning of October 12.
"Kim Hee Chul," the name of a member of Korean pop band Super Junior, moves down one place overnight to second place.
News about the separation of American celebrities Courtney Cox and "David Arquette" have caused a torrent of "I can't believe it" tweets.
Brett Favre's 500th career touchdown pass, as well as a recent sex scandal involving him, have put his name in fourth place on the charts, while former Major League Baseball player and Atlanta Braves manager "Bobby Cox" is in fifth place after he retired from the game on October 11.
"????" is in sixth place, followed by the hashtags "#myweakness," "#itemsindorasbackpack" and "#mnf" (short for "Monday Night Football").
The name of Indian cricket player "Sachin" Tendulkar moves down two positions to tenth place.
The top 10 most talked about topics on Twitter on October 12 at 7:30 AM GMT are:
- Reviving Ophelia (new)
- Kim Hee Chul (-1)
- David Arquette (new)
- Brett Favre (new)
- Bobby Cox (new)
- ???? (new)
- #myweakness (-5)
- #itemsindorasbackpack (new)
- #mnf (new)
- Sachin (-2)
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