Celebs and their Drama: Twitter Roundup

Carrie Underwood, The Sound of Music Live!NBC

It’s no surprise that celebrities are a little extra, especially considering that’s probably what got them famous in the first place. With Twitter, however, celebrities are given another outlet to express their predisposition to be drama queens and kings. Whether it’s the passive-aggressive bible-thumping of Carrie Underwood or the latest in celebrity-on-celebrity poseur mob hits, Twitter is the place to be to catch celebs acting out for attention in their real lives.

Carrie Underwood

The country queen tweeted this in response to the negative response to her, ahem, acting in The Sound of Music Live! on NBC last Thursday. Thin-skinned much? Instead of siccing Jesus on everyone, Carrie, maybe you should ask him to hook you up with some acting skills in your prayers. 

Ben Flajnik

Who? Exactly. It really doesn’t matter – all you need to know is that this person who is famous for some undoubtedly senseless reason is hooking up with Kris Jenner, yet trying to deny it with tweets like this. 

Nicky Hilton

In what can only be called the most exciting event that 2006 never got to see, world-renowned criminal Lindsay Lohan apparently “masterminded” an attack on Barron Hilton. Barron posted a picture of his injuries on Instagram, with sister Paris commenting about retaliation, while other sister Nicky tweeted these words of wisdom. Question, though: Barron is Paris Hilton’s little brother, so isn’t he always around bad people?!

Brandi Glanville

Oh, Brandi. What the hell are you complaining about now? No seriously – what is she talking about, because that grammar is atrocious. 

James Franco

Professional attention-seeker James Franco released this “almost nude” picture of himself on Instagram, because ART. Franco needs to learn a thing or two about “almost nude,” though – until that towel drops and all he’s wearing is a sock or two, this is just “topless.” Whatta tease.