Twitter index: Justin Bieber Christmas album, Rihanna "Cheers (Drink To That)" video clip
Friday 26 August 2011
Justin Bieber is in the process of recording a special Christmas album and is asking his Twitter fans to help him come up with a name for the project.
He tweeted, “so it's true...been in the studio doing something special for christmas. we are going to try and raise alot of money this year for charity!” … “trying to figure out the name of this christmas album. it is special. we are going to raise alot for charity with it. what is a good name?”
American singer Rihanna has also been busy on Twitter. She used her account to announce the release of her video clip for "Cheers (Drink To That)" on YouTube.
People in Indonesia are tweeting that they love Australian pop singer Cody Simpson while other microbloggers are wishing American director Tim Burton a very happy 53rd birthday for the 25th of August.
On the morning of August 26 Twitter’s most talked about topics are the hashtags “#CelebBaseballs,” “#DontBeScared” and “#everygirl.”
“A protest has been called for Friday, August 26 at 8 pm, at El Ángel de la Independencia in Mexico City. #FuerzaMonterrey,” tweet people using the fifth place hashtag “#FuerzaMonterrey.”
The name of American politician “Condoleezza Rice” is trending after it was revealed that “Muammar Gaddafi had a photo album full of pictures of Condoleezza Rice,” and “Brasil x EUA” is in seventh place.
The top 10 most talked about topics on Twitter on August 26 at 7:30 AM GMT are:
- #CelebBaseballs (promoted)
- #DontBeScared (new)
- #everygirl (-1)
- Bieber Christmas (new)
- #FuerzaMonterrey (new)
- INDONESIA LOVES CODY (new)
- Brasil x EUA (new)
- Happy Birthday Tim Burton (new)
- Condoleezza Rice (new)
- Drink to That (new)
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