6 celebrities to follow on Twitter ASAP

Twitter may not enjoy the prominence that its competitors Facebook and Instagram do these days, but it’s still one of the best places that individuals can keep up with their favorite celebrities and communicate with prominent figures. If you’re still new to the Twitter scene, do yourself a favor and follow these celebrities to liven up your Twitter feed.

Chrissy Teigen

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Chrissy Teigen might be a supermodel, cookbook author, and overall goddess, but on Twitter, she’s the very definition of relatable. She keeps her Twitter followers constantly delighted with her wit, sense of humor, and willingness to lash back at the trolls. Whether she’s soliciting her followers for recipe ingredients, showing off adorable videos of her daughter Luna, or talking about her love for The Real Housewives, she’s constantly entertaining her fans while keeping it real.

Ryan Reynolds

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Although Ryan doesn’t Tweet regularly, he’s worth following for the rare times that he does. His best Tweets are those about his daughter, where he dishes out questionable parenting advice with all the sarcasm of a tried-and-true comedian.

Emma Watson

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Most well known for her role as Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter movies, Emma Watson has spent her post-Potter days advocating for gender equality and serving as a Global Goodwill Ambassador for the UN. Emma uses her Twitter feed as a place to champion her causes and educate her followers on how they can take action to make the world a better place. Follow her on Twitter to be the first to know when she’s hiding books in your city, or simply to keep up with her feminist book club.

Lin-Manuel Miranda

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Lin-Manuel Miranda has skyrocketed to fame as the creator of the hit rap-musical Hamilton, and provides a refreshing narrative in the Twitter-sphere. The composer, lyricist, playwright, and actor can often been found championing charitable causes, serving as a patron of the arts, and delighting his followers with snippets of lyrics and poetry that he Tweets on the fly. All that—in addition to sweet moments he shares about his life with his wife, son, and dog—make him a wholly enjoyable character to follow.

Dillon Francis

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As one of the biggest names in EDM, Dillion Francis is worth a follow for behind-the-scenes footage of his shows and first looks at upcoming tracks. But some of his best Twitter content is the videos he records and posts, which feature truly relatable commentary about current events. From his very official analysis of the latest Apple Event to his now infamous Bachelor episode commentary, his Twitter feed is a constant source of entertainment.

Elon Musk

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While Elon Musk is no singer or actor, he is well known across the world for his contributions to technology and science. The founder of Tesla, SpaceX, OpenAI, Nuralink, and the Boring Company uses his Twitter feed to champion innovation and a better earth. While the cutting edge technology he works on is by no means approachable for everyone, he uses his Twitter feed to make his developments approachable by talking about real word applications and injecting a sense of humor into his posts (just take a look at the video of rocket launch “bloopers” he posted).

Twitter is a constant source of entertainment for its users and one of the best ways to keep up with the work and lives of your favorite celebrities.

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