Current Twitter trends: RIP Mike Starr, Pauline Hanson, Redondo Beach
Wednesday 09 March 2011
Microbloggers are remembering what was happening in the world when America's Miami Heat basketball team won and are tweeting about it with the first place hashtag "#lasttimetheheatwon."
Last time the Heat won: "Drake was on Degrassi," "Dumbledore was a student at Hogwarts" and "I was blowing into my Super Mario Bros cartridge to get it to work.." say Twitterers.
Second and third places in Twitter's most talked about topics are taken by the hashtags "#cancionesquemarcaron" and "#changelovetolubesongs."
Twitter users are lamenting the deaths of American rapper "Christopher Wallace" aka Notorious B.I.G (who died on March 9 in 1997) and Alice In Chains bassist "Mike Starr," who died on March 8.
"Pauline Hanson," former leader of Australian anti-immigration political party One Nation, is attempting to make a political comeback and Twitterers are going online to post their reaction to the news.
American football free agent "Tiki Barber" is in seventh place, Starland Vocal Band's song "Afternoon Delight" is in eighth place after it was featured on TV series Glee, and the name of Slovakian ice hockey player Zdeno "Chara" is in ninth place.
Microbloggers are tweeting about the "millions of dead fish" that have floated to the surface at King Harbor Marina in California with tenth place term "Redondo Beach."
The top 10 most talked about topics on Twitter on March 9 at 7:30 AM GMT are:
- Christopher Wallace
- RIP Mike Starr
- Pauline Hanson
- Tiki Barber
- Afternoon Delight
- Redondo Beach
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