Fake Celebrity Twitter Accounts Funnier Than The Real Ones
As Ed Sheeran makes headlines with an account that isn't his, we rake out the funniest fake celeb accounts...
Turns out the rogue tweeter is in fact an imposter, going by the name of @EdSheersan... and world order is restored.
The whole palava got us thinking about other LOL-sy fake Twitter accounts, and how in some cases they're much funnier than the real thing. For example:
Nadine Coyle @NuhdeenCoyleNow
Aym in London shoiuting "MEL! WHERE ARE YEW? SCREAM 'ZIG-A-ZIG-AH' IF CHERYL'S LOCKED YEW IN A SEX DUNGEON." Hope ay find her! #xfactorfinal
— Nuhdeen Coyle (@NuhdeenCoyleNow) December 13, 2014
If Nadine Coyle wanted to keep her and former Girls Aloud bandmate Cheryl’s feud on the D-L, @NuhdeenCoyleNow deffo isn’t helping. Tweeting in a phonetic Irish accent, Nuhdeen loves social commentary, re-posting old Pop Idol Vines and generally slagging off Chezza. Hilar.
Well done @KlassMyleene! Yerz a bang on man. A WAG fren gorrah email askin faw thoosan poond faw thor bairn's journey tuh "fiend thimselfs"
— Cheryl Kerl (@CherylKerl) February 6, 2015
Because you can't have one catty member of GA without the other. CherylKerl dishes out her 140 characters of TV punditry and other life lessons in exquisitely typed Geordie. Itz jus brillyint.
Queen Elizabeth II @ Queen_UK
Text from the Pope: "Hey-ey-ey snowflake, my pretty little snowflake. A change in the weather has made it better for me xxx" Not replying.
— Elizabeth Windsor (@Queen_UK) February 3, 2015
This account deserves a blue tick next to it more than any other we've seen. The real Queen will never be able to express herself on social media (well, other than that time there was an entire press conference to announce her issuing her first tweet), so why not just verify this version and be done with it.
David Cameron @DavidCameron
Less a humorous parody account, more a hilarious case of mistaken identity. The ‘real’ David Cameron is an American gaming fanatic, who beat the PM to a Twitter account in 2007. He occasionally replies to haters who mistake him for the leader of the Conservative party, much to their embarrassment.
Back in NYC for just a few hours. I persist in trying to find myself by plunging further into the world.
— KimKierkegaardashian (@KimKierkegaard) January 11, 2015
Special mention goes to this account for technically not being a celebrity parody account. The beautiful love child of Kim and Soren Kierkegaard, a Danish philosopher who died in 1855, it delivers musings on #yachtlife and tanning, via ideas on the meaning of life.
We reckon it could actually be Kanye manning the controls in disguise...