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. This week, Taylor Swift’s cat continue to be adorable, and Zac Efron is dancing again.
Zac Efron Does The “Wiggle”
We’ve have been graced with not one, but two fantastic Instagram videos that will forever stay with us — or until we get another like it. Zac Efron’s pal, Gianluca Vacchi, posted this Instagram video of the Neighbors star dancing on top of a table to none other than Jason Derulo’s “Wiggle.”
They then followed up that gem with a “Turn Down For What” dancefest:
The only thing that would make this better was if Zac was shirtless.
Scrunchies For The Win
There was no denying just how big scrunchies were in the 80s and 90s. While many have deemed them unstylish today, one person who will always be Team Scrunchie is Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s Chelsea Peretti.
I LOVE HOW PPL ACT LIKE SCRUNCHIES WENT OUT OF VOGUE. I WAS BORN IN A SCRUNCHIE AND I WILL DIE IN A SCRUNCHIE
— Chelsea Peretti (@ChelseaVPeretti) July 1, 2014
She then tweeted this amazing photo:
I’m officially back on the scrunchie bandwagon.
Michael Bublé Double Hitter
I admittedly had a hard time deciding between a couple of Instagram posts from Canadian crooner Michael Bublé this week, so why not enjoy both?
The singer shared another one of his pre-show warm-ups and this time, it was all about a good boy band throwback. With a little help from his band, wife and adorable son Noah, Bublé sang his little heart out in tune to The Backstreet Boys’ “Backstreet’s Back.”
— Michael Bublé (@michaelbuble) July 1, 2014
And just when we thought this family couldn’t be any more adorable, Michael then shared this Canada Day family photo. They were in Ottawa to celebrate the nation’s birthday.
This family is too perfect for words.
Cat Vs. Pillow
If there are two things we know about comedian Ricky Gervais, it’s a) he’s not afraid to speak his mind, and b) he loves animals and all their fun quirks. So he made sure to share this hilarious moment of his cat Ollie being weirdly fascinated by a pillow.
Ollie versus cushion https://t.co/0nQLVX5xVc
— Ricky Gervais (@rickygervais) July 1, 2014
Some would say the pillow won, but I think we’re all winners here just for getting to watch it.
A Rom-Com Classic: The Cat Edition
Keeping in line with our love of cats, we just couldn’t contain our aww’s when Taylor Swift’s brother, Austin Swift, tweeted this photo of Taylor’s cats Meredith Grey and Olivia Benson being shy with one another. What makes it even better is Austin’s perfect use of this Notting Hill quote.
I’m just a ball of fur, standing in front of another a ball of fur, asking her to love me pic.twitter.com/6l73ETBF5o
— Austin Swift (@austinswift7) July 2, 2014
Well, if that Julia Roberts line doesn’t work, they can always go the John Cusack route and play Peter Gabriel’s “In Your Eyes” from a tiny boombox à la Say Anything.
Camila Cabello Loves Food
Let’s face it, we never really grow out of that whole incentive phase. Fifth Harmony’s Camila Cabello seems rather familiar with it because it’s this method (and food) that helps her get things done.
it’s kind of scary how i use food as an incentive for every task “ok i do this and then i can go eat”
— camEEla cabeYo (@camilacabello97) July 2, 2014
Not “scary,” just understandable.
100 Points To Colin Mochrie
There’s nothing more annoying than silly rumours about celebrities, but the most annoying ones are those that inexplicably question their sexuality. It usually ends with that celebrity feeling forced to publicly clear things up which is also bit silly. They have no obligation to share their personal lives with us, including something like this. (It is nice, though, when they feel comfortable to share these things via social media.)
Comedian Colin Mochrie cleverly points out another side to this frustrating situation.
I am 100% sure there has never been a rumour about someone being heterosexual. — Colin Mochrie (@colinmochrie) July 3, 2014
Well said, Colin. Well said.