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Top Tweets of The Week: Rescuing Dogs At The Olympics, and Kevin Hart Wants to Join One Direction

Posted on February 14, 2014 by

With countless celebrities sharing their thoughts in 140 characters or less, it’s almost impossible to keep up with what’s going on with everyone — until now. Every Friday ANDPOP’s Gabriella Zicarelli will be rounding up the best celebrity tweets to help you stay in the loop.

Blake Shelton’s Change of Heart

Admittedly, curling isn’t the most popular sport in the Olympics but it’s gained another fan in the form of country singer Blake Shelton. In a matter of minutes the country darling went from contemplating crushing a can with his head to enjoying the sport.

Oh, to see him playing the sport would be a golden moment for us all.

Sports Facts with Michael Ian Black

Who doesn’t enjoy a bit of sport facts from time to time? Comedian Michael Ian Black helps us out by teaching us some obvious sports trivia.

Thanks, Michael, for making our Olympic viewing experience also a knowledgeable one.

Julie Bowen Shuts Down Haters

Modern Family’s Julie Bowen tweet where she gives her support to American figure skater Johnny Weir who’s currently in Russia for the Olympics deserved a spot this week.

Kevin Hart Wants to be the 6th Member of One Direction

In terms of Twitter conversations, this one between comedian Kevin Hart and One Direction’s Niall Horan was just great. It all started when Niall wanted to know the release date of his new film Ride Along:

Which lead to this response from Kevin, who shared his interest in joining the group. A deal to rehearse with the group was quickly made.

Let’s all just take a moment to imagine how hilarious it would be to see Kevin Hart rehearsing with One Direction. Maybe he can teach them some new dance moves.



Well That’s a Relief

Love it or hate it, Flappy Bird was just the one thing no one could shut up about. Apparently, singer Harry Connick Jr. was just one of the many who got sucked into the game.

Let’s all be thankful it’s not around anymore.

Cuteness Overload

I think I speak for everyone that when word got out that there were actually people going around Sochi and putting down stray dogs, our hearts broke into a million pieces. So imagine the smile that was put on our faces after hearing that American skier Gus Kenworthy was planning to rescue a few dogs.

He may not have won the gold medal (he did get silver), but he definitely proved his heart of gold and winning all of ours hearts in the process.

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