Current Twitter trends: Sydney Dalton, Priority Inbox, Fashion Police, Franklin Brito
Tuesday 31 August 2010
“Sydney Dalton,” the name of a girl who posted a video on YouTube of her and her friends ripping Justin Bieber posters off her wall, is the most talked about topic on Twitter on the morning of August 31.
Google announced a new Gmail feature called Priority Inbox on August 30 and microbloggers are spreading the news with the term “Priority Inbox.”
The memes "#littleknownfactaboutme," "#somewhere in the world" and "#thisschoolyear" are trending in third, fourth and fifth positions followed by “DWTS,” an acronym for the American reality TV show called Dancing With The Stars.
Social networkers are also playing fashion police Tuesday morning, commenting on people’s outfits and telling them what, or what not, to wear. The term is also being used by spammers trying to encourage users to click on links to websites advertising Viagra for sale. "Fashion Police" is new on the charts in seventh place.
"Franklin Brito," the name of a Venezuelan farmer who died after going on a months-long hunger strike, is in eighth place.
" Brown Sugar" is in ninth place after the movie aired on Black Entertainment TV (BET] while "Earl," the name of a hurricane headed from the Caribbean towards the US, is trending in tenth place.
The top 10 most talked about topics on Twitter on August 31 at 7:30 AM GMT are:
1. Sydney Dalton (new)
2. Priority Inbox (new)
3. #littleknownfactaboutme (new)
4. #somewhereintheworld (new)
5. #thisschoolyear (new)
6. DWTS (new)
7. Fashion Police (new)
8. Franklin Brito (new)
9. Brown Sugar (new)
10. Earl (new)
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