Current Twitter trends:'now playing', 'Happy bday Junho' and 'perfect body'
Monday 25 January 2010
Music is in the air on the morning of Monday, January 25. Twitter users are sharing the names of songs and artists they are listening to with the "nowplaying" and "MusicMonday" hashtags.
Asian pop stars are also on Twitter's list of trending topics on the morning of January 25.
People are using their 140 characters to wish Lee Junho, lead vocalist of South Korean male group 2PM, a happy birthday.
Others are showing their support for Kwon Ji-Yong (aka G-Dragon or GD) - leader of the South Korean hip hop band Big Bang - using the term 'iSupportGD.' The music star has been vehemently criticized (and may now face prosecution) for his depiction of "sexually explicit behavior" during his first solo performance on December 6, 2009.
Japanese J-Pop group Arashi posted a Twitter trending topics "how to" guide on their website (http://community.livejournal.com/arashi_on/2544657.html), to show fans how to turn the term "#perfectbody" into a trending topic.
Arashi asked their fans to all start talking about the term on January 25, pushing "#perfectbody" into the seventh position on the list of most talked about topics at 9:30 AM GMT.
The top 10 most talked about topics on Twitter on January 25 at 9:30 AM GMT are:
1. #nowplaying (unchanged)
2. #happybdayjunho (new)
3. #doesntmeanyourblack (new)
4. Haiti (-1)
5. #idothat2 (new)
6. #MusicMonday (new)
7. #perfectbody (new)
8. #califemales (new)
9. iSupportGD (new)
10. AshantiTV (new)
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