The 40 Funniest Celebrity Tweets of 2020


Well, we have lastly reached the tip of 2020. Congrats to all of you studying this: you probably did it. But earlier than we transfer on to 2021, which can hopefully carry lighter and higher instances, let’s bear in mind a couple of of the moments that made us snigger by means of the darkness. While most of us had been caught at house, social media communication grew to become much more important. And these actors, musical artists, actuality TV stars, and comedians helped preserve humor alive with tweets in regards to the pandemic, parenting, and no matter different random ideas popped into their heads. So, if you must smile, preserve studying foIT’r the 40 funniest superstar tweets of 2020. And for the time period that dominated, these final 12 months, This Is the 2020 Word of the Year, Oxford Dictionary Says.

Macaulay Culkin and a Twitter Post
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Let’s begin with this Macaulay Culkin tweet, which is known as a shock to the system. Home Alone got here out 30 complete years in the past, and again in August, the actor threw us all by tweeting, “Hey guys, wanna feel old? I’m 40. You’re welcome.” This truth actually hit arduous for lots of individuals, seeing as the tweet has over three million likes. To see what the remaining of the kid actors from the film are thus far, take a look at This Is What All the “Home Alone” Kids Look Like Now.

Mariah Carey and a Twitter Post
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If anybody can expedite Christmas, it is the queen of the vacation season herself, Mariah Carey. “THANKSGIVING IS CANCELLED,” she tweeted approach again in September, doing her finest to skip to the tip of the yr. And for vacation songs that are not as beloved as Carey’s “All I Want for Christmas Is You,” take a look at The Most Hated Christmas Songs of All Time.

Mark Hamill and a Twitter Post

So much of celebrities had ideas on this yr’s presidential debates, however Mark Hamill‘s tweet takes the cake. “That debate was the worst thing I’ve ever seen & I was in The Star Wars Holiday Special,” the star wrote. It’s been 40 years because the critically panned particular aired, and it is nonetheless the butt of the joke.

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Dionne Warwick and a Twitter Post
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Dionne Warwick‘s Twitter presence loomed giant on the finish of the yr, with this earnest query to Chance the Rapper standing out amongst her extra widespread observations. “Hi, @chancetherapper,” she tweeted. “If you are very obviously a rapper why did you put it in your stage name? I cannot stop thinking about this.” To learn extra about her Twitter fame, take a look at This Is Who’s Really Behind Dionne Warwick’s Hilarious Viral Tweets.

Cardi B and a Twitter Post
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Rapper Cardi B tweets about every thing from politics to her music to her expensive tastes, however she saved it easy with this May tweet—”Do ants poop ?”—that simply would possibly depart you asking, “Do they…?”

Mindy Kaling and a Twitter Post
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If you’ve gotten ever appeared up a recipe on-line and ended up on somebody’s meals weblog, this tweet is for you. Writer and actor Mindy Kaling nailed the texture of these lengthy, private tales bloggers share earlier than lastly attending to the stuff you got here for.

“Back when Tim and I were living in Denver, we always wanted a heart healthy way to start our day before a brisk Colorado morning! This was before I was diagnosed with GERD, and just after we adopted Pepper our black lab.” JUST GIVE ME THE FRITTATA RECIPE G********,” she wrote.

For extra from The Office star, take a look at Mindy Kaling Just Defended Her Children’s “Caucasian Names” on Instagram.

Seth Rogen and a Twitter Post

Naturally, rather a lot of superstar tweets this yr needed to do with the pandemic, together with this one from Seth Rogen. “Really looking forward to being bad at making eye contact again,” the humorous actor wrote. Who would not lengthy to return to the awkwardness of public life?

Chris Evans and a Twitter Post

In September, Chris Evans accidentally postedprivate picture on his Instagram Story. But, as a substitute of ignoring all of it collectively, he tweeted this message about voting and obtained over a million likes. “Now that I have your attention…” he joked, “VOTE Nov 3rd!!!” It’s the pinnacle slap emoji that actually makes it.

For the definitive MCU hierarchy, take a look at Ranking Every Marvel Movie, From Worst Reviewed to Best.

Lil Nas X and a Twitter Post

Lil Nas X of “Old Town Road” fame is hilarious on Twitter. But, as he is aware of, tweeting alone would not pay. This tweet about residing off of his greatest hit single is one way or the other each self-deprecating and boastful. “Gonna start back releasing music soon the old town road money running out,” he wrote. Can’t wait.

Jamiee Lee Curtis and a Twitter Post

Responding to a derogatory tweet in regards to the feminist themes within the 2018 Halloween sequel, Jamie Lee Curtis threw it again to an advert marketing campaign you might have forgotten. “You are a grumpy goat,” she mentioned, addressing a follower who accused her of placing “a #MeToo theme” within the film as a result of “she was broke.”

“I sold activia yogurt for seven years. I wasn’t broke,” she continued. Don’t mess with JLC.

Rita Wilson and a Twitter Post
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Rita Wilson and her husband Tom Hanks had been two of the primary celebrities who publicly spoke about being identified with COVID-19. And after Wilson’s expertise, she was positively over this complete pandemic factor. “From here on out, the only Corona I want is from Mexico and you drink it,” she wrote, all the best way again in March. For extra on Wilson, Hanks, and different celebs who’ve examined constructive, Here Are the Most Prominent Figures with Coronavirus So Far.

James Blunt and a Twitter Post

James Blunt rose to fame (and was relentlessly trolled) along with his soft-pop songs “You’re Beautiful” and “Goodbye My Lover” within the mid 2000s. Since then, he is grow to be such a Twitter hero that he revealed the guide How To Be A Complete and Utter Blunt: Diary of a Reluctant Social Media Sensation. He had one other hit with this joke about musicians entertaining followers throughout quarantine.

“During lockdown, while many other artists are doing mini-concerts from their homes, I thought I’d do you all a favour and not,” he mentioned.

Kylie Jenner and a Twitter Post
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Some tweets are humorous on function. Others are humorous by chance. This Kylie Jenner tweet suits the latter class, purely as a result of it aged so poorly. In February, Jenner had no concept that 2020 would go approach downhill from there, however she’d already “had enough.

Kumail Nanjiani and a Twitter Post
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At the start of the pandemic, individuals had been baking bread, having fun with Zoom calls, and watching actors bartend on Instagram—and it virtually appeared like lockdown would not be that dangerous. “Remember when Stanley Tucci showed us how to make a Negroni and we were like ‘Ok maybe we’ll get through this quarantine thing’ LOL,” comedian Kumail Nanjiani wrote in August.

Chrissy Teigen and a Twitter Post
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Chrissy Teigen is principally the queen of Twitter, so of course she contributed to the pandemic dialog, too. As empty platitudes began hitting the airwaves, she tweeted what we were all thinking: “does anyone know if we will get through this together or not? or if these times are certain or uncertain? no one letting me know.”

Ken Jennings and a Twitter Post

Jeopardy! champion Ken Jennings has grow to be an unlikely and hilarious Twitter persona through the years. Among his many humorous tweets is this one about raising kids. “I’ve never felt like more of a failure as a parent than when I learned neither of my kids likes cold pizza,” he mentioned. And he is proper. Who would not like chilly pizza?!

Gabourey Sidibe and a Twitter Post
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Gabourey Sidibe grew to become a star because of the extreme drama Precious, however on social media, she’s obtained lots of jokes. This yr, she contributed to the continuing debate a few love-it-or-hate-it seasonal deal with and made a stable level.

“Turns out I DO like candy corn,” she tweeted around Halloween. “It’s just hard cake icing. Y’all wild.”

Neil Patrick Harris and a Twitter Post
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With going to a movie show is both not possible or dangerous through the pandemic, many individuals have been renting movies at house. That contains Neil Patrick Harris, who most likely shelled out greater than he ought to have for one of final yr’s most mocked motion pictures.

“Our family rented the movie Cats last night. For $20,” he tweeted. “Meow-ch.”

Chelsea Peretti and a Twitter Post
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If you are above the age of six, Candyland is probably the most boring sport on the planet, and you must do no matter you possibly can to keep away from enjoying it.

“Hiding as i hear my son say “its time to play candyland” in the distance,” Brooklyn Nine-Nine‘s Chelsea Peretti wrote, which most likely obtained rather a lot of nods of settlement from different mother and father.

Anna Kendrick and a Twitter Post
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Pitch Perfect actor Anna Kendrick expressed a sense virtually anybody can relate to throughout 2020. “I guess I’ll never be able to lie to myself again about all the **** I would do if I just had the time,” she wrote. This tweet goes out to anybody who lastly began writing their novel this yr.

Sean Lowe and a Twitter Post
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Remember early within the yr when when everybody obtained into watching Netflix’s addictive relationship present Love Is Blind? It looks as if ages in the past now, however this sarcastic tweet from Bachelor star Sean Lowe, who met his spouse on his personal actuality sequence, will carry you proper again.

“My wife has been binging Love is Blind on Netflix,” Lowe tweeted. “I don’t get it. What kind of losers need a silly TV show to find love?”

Dax Shepard and a Twitter Post
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It additionally appeared like everybody was binging Netflix’s Tiger King early within the pandemic, resulting in rather a lot of dialog about who ought to tackle the position of its lead persona if a film had been made. Parenthood actor Dax Shepard threw his hat within the ring, saying, “If I don’t get cast as Joe Exotic within the eventual biopic, Hollywood is damaged.”

Jackée Harry and a Twitter Post
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If your consuming patterns are somewhat wonky in quarantine, you are not alone. “Sometimes you need Hot Cheetos and whisky for breakfast and you don’t even question it,” Jackée Harry tweeted in September. She additionally posted a funny follow-up tweet: “Havings TUMS for dinner.”

Keke Palmer and a Twitter Post
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Singer and actor Keke Palmer posts rather a lot of tweets that start with “I don’t know who needs to hear this…,” which are sometimes critical or inspirational in tone. But not all the time.

“I don’t know who needs to hear this, but that lemon water ain’t doing nothing,” she wrote, which is very humorous if you happen to’ve been instructed it is some sort of magic cure-all.

Billy Eichner and a Twitter Post

At the tip of the yr, Spotify customers can get stats in regards to the music they listened to most of their Spotify Wrapped. Comedian Billy Eichner‘s assessment gave him this very particular perception about himself.

“According to my year end Spotify list, I am a young white woman coming of age sexually and emotionally in the summer of 1994,” he wrote.

Issa Rae and a Twitter Post
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It did not take Insecure star and creator Issa Rae lengthy into the pandemic to return to this conclusion about herself. Back in March, she mentioned what rather a lot of us have spent the previous a number of months realizing.

“I thought I was a homebody this whole time, but it turns out I’m a bewherethe****iwannabe-body,” she tweeted.

Olivia Wilde and a Twitter Post

“Absentmindedly scrolling through twitter while letting the dog inside and ushered in a skunk instead,” Olivia Wilde tweeted in June. “Impressed that skunks responds to whistles but also I think Twitter might be bad for me?”

Take it from the Booksmart director: Don’t let Twitter distract you to the purpose that you just let wild animals into your property. Please be taught from her errors.

Jesse Tyler Ferguson and a Twitter Post
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New mother and father are very accustomed to receiving unsolicited recommendation from buddies, acquaintances, and ideal strangers, and celebrities who use social media expertise that greater than anybody. Modern Family star Jesse Tyler Ferguson captured the sensation completely after welcoming his first baby.

“If you are a new parent and are nervous, don’t worry, there are millions of people on social media who love to tell you what to do and what you might already be doing wrong!” he joked. “You’ll be fine!”

B.J. Novak and a Twitter Post
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Sure, you possibly can simply entry your display screen time stats in your telephone. But are you positive you need to?

“I’m on my phone 16 hours a day? Great, that means I’m getting a solid 8 hours sleep,” The Office star B.J. Novak tweeted in May.

Conan O'Brien and a Twitter Post
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“I’m not worried about a second lockdown,” Conan O’Brien tweeted, on the lookout for the constructive, “because I already know all the best places in my house to cry.”

Adam Pally and a tweet
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This tweet from The Mindy Project actor Adam Pally will hit house for anybody who has to lug their child’s stuff round regularly. Or anybody—dad or mum or not—who has one way or the other ended up with a ton of reusable canvas luggage.

“As a parent I think it’s imperative never to leave the house with anything less then 17 different half filled beige canvas tote bags,” Pally joked.

Elizabeth Banks and a Twitter Post
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If you ask actor and director Elizabeth Banks, the Broadway tune “Seasons of Love” wants a rewrite after this yr. “Seasons of Zoom” has a pleasant ring to it.

“What’s that song from Rent that measures a year in the life?” she tweeted. “Is it a billion minutes, a million coffees, zooms up the wahzoo and ten tons of ice cream? Cuz that’s my 2020.”

Sandra Oh and a Twitter Post

In September, Schitt’s Creek swept the comedy classes on the Emmys. Watching from house, Killing Eve star Sandra Oh gave a shoutout to the sequence’ star and creator—and her countryman—Dan Levy.

“Dan Levy – a true Canadian, just apologized for winning!!” she wrote. “Lol!!”

Dan Levy and a Twitter Post
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Speaking of Levy, he additionally posted in regards to the present’s large wins on Twitter, together with that of Catherine O’Hara, who performs the Rose household matriarch—a personality identified for her over-the-top performing and big ego.

“Well…Moira got her Emmy,” he noted, much to fans’ delight.

Lili Reinhart and Twitter Post

If you’ve gotten a buddy who will not cease sending you not-so-funny hyperlinks, simply know that Riverdale star Lili Reinhart can relate.

“We all have that one friend who sends us memes that aren’t funny but we don’t have the heart to say it so we just send **** like “lol that is a very good one” and “hahah I really feel that,” she tweeted. Sometimes simply an emoji or a “haha” will suffice!

Cole Sprouse and a Twitter Post
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Reinhart’s Riverdale costar Cole Sprouse can be hilarious on Twitter, as this random observation proves. “Are you trying to tell me a thimble is not made for babies to take shots?” he requested. He makes a very good level!

Ellen Pompeo and a Twitter Post

Grey’s Anatomy star Ellen Pompeo shared how she is aware of she’s elevating her youngsters proper.

“Me to my 6 year old… ‘why don’t you like to share?'” she tweeted in October. “‘Mama… don’t be crazy I love Cher she’s a queen !!’ Excuse me while I pat myself on the back for teaching my girls what’s up!!!”

Plus, the child expertly prevented answering a query about “sharing.” Well accomplished throughout.

Ben Schwartz and a Twitter Post
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“When someone asks ‘how are you doing through all of this?’ I can now respond with ‘I just cried at an episode of Chef’s Table BBQ,'” Parks and Recreation actor Ben Schwartz tweeted in October. It’s been such an emotional yr that even a documentary sequence about barbecue pit masters can set off a very good cry.

Busy Philipps and a Twitter Post
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“Once in a hotel I overheard a woman on the phone actually (no lie) truly yell, ‘you robbed me of all my good years!'” actor Busy Phillips tweeted. “And it was stunning and wild to hear irl (and also like what does that even mean?) But now I feel that way about this pandemic. I’ve aged 10 good years in 7 weeks.” So take a second to yell that phrase into the air if that makes you are feeling higher.


Lastly, Frozen voice actor Josh Gad summed up this year very succinctly all the best way again in March. “Guys, I’m tired of living through history,” he mentioned. Can we finish this chapter of the textbook now?

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