Everyone is obsessed with twitpics, or photos shared on Twitter for all to see. Tweeting pictures of users’ favorite foods, images and phrases has become so highly favored that an official Twitpic app has been introduced for both the iPhone and Android. Some of our favorite celebrities, however, are taking the time to tweet how they are celebrating the holidays this year. Here’s a few of our favorites.
Between this week and last, “White Chicks” and “Cougar Town” star Busy Philipps truly lived up to her stage name, having tweeted an image of her positive pregnancy test with the caption, “So this happened…” – making this her second child with screenwriter husband Marc Silverstein.
But in not-so-personal holiday twitpics, Philipps shared a photo last week of her making latkes for her daughter, Birdie’s, Chanuka party. Accompanying the photo of her frying the traditional food was the caption: “Like the good shiksa mom I am, making latkes for my kid’s school Chanuka party…”
Last week, “Modern Family” star and activist Jesse Tyler Ferguson tweeted a picture of him and Emmy award-winning British television producer Nigel Lythgoe with Santa Clause with the caption, “Lighting the @ChildrensLA Christmas Tree with Santa and @dizzyfeet. All this time I thought Nigel WAS Santa!”
And last but certainly not least is what may be many of our (a.k.a ladies’) favorite. Newlyweds Courtney Mazza, a Broadway dancer, and actor and show host Mario Lopez decorated their Christmas tree in an especially eye-catching way – with Courtney sneaking up behind her new hubby and taking a twitpic of him in his undies as he places the star upon the top of the tree as their daughter Gia holds a step-ladder below.
Courtney captions the picture with, “My husband looks hot rockin his @RatedMOfficial with his little elf…#lovethem.”
To see the rest of the risqué image, you’ll have to go see for yourself!
So from your favorite celebrities’ homes to yours, happy holidays!
TechZone360 Web Editor
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