After watching the premiere of The Spin Crowd on E!, the show that chronicles the hectic world of publicity, I began to wonder if it was necessary to delve into this type of realm in a reality show. Part of me knows all I need to know by following celebrity Twitter accounts.
Think about it. In a day and age where A-list actors take to Twitter to release the details of their existence, is PR really what it used to be? Sure, a publicist helps spin and create the essence of an actor or actress, but Twitter seems to be doing a good job of that all on its own.
SheKnows takes a look at some of the recent tweets celebrities shared with the world that have made a huge impact.
Paris Hilton is known for her tweets, but her latest message about her home being invaded was truly terrifying. "So scary, just got woken up to a guy trying to break into my house holding two big knifes. Cops are here arresting," the socialite tweeted.
Not sure if Twitter would be the first thing on my mind after such a horrific ordeal, but Paris Hilton must have a reason for turning to Twitter first after a home invasion. Wonder if she even called the police first? Twitter? Police? Twitter? Police? What to do?
The former Dancing With the Stars contestant took to Twitter to ask fans, "Please stop bashing Luke. I don't hate him, so why should you? We are still best friends, just not dating, so enough now." Kelly Osbourne may have been cheated on, but she used Twitter to set the record straight.
Justin Bieber and Kim Kardashian sent an entire nation -- Justin Bieber Nation that is -- into an uproar from a tweet Kim released after a photo shoot in the Bahamas.
"I officially have Bieber fever," Kim Kardashian tweeted after the two met in the Bahamas. Justin Bieber then innocently tweeted a picture of himself and Kardashian [see below], calling her his new girlfriend.
Twitter spun out of control fast and Kim Kardashian began receiving threats from Bieber's fans. "I'm getting death threats," Kim tweeted. "This is unBeliebable!!!"
Justin Bieber used Twitter to beg his fans to relax. "Ladies calm down," Bieber tweeted. "Kim is a friend, a very sexy friend, but a friend. No need for threats. Let's all be friends and hang out often."
Now this is just an opinion, but news about marriages, babies, break-ups, not-so-real relationships and home invasions used to be released by a celebrity's rep. Even something as silly as drastically changing a hairstyle would be delicately leaked to the press. Now, it's all over Twitter first.
Miley Cyrus has said she stopped using Twitter because she couldn't grab a burger without people showing up. Yet, Ashton Kutcher loves his million-plus following. In this type of world it's all relative, but one thing is for sure. Twitter knows all and sees all, much in the same capacity that a high-priced PR firm used to serve.
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