Daily Tweetcap: Lady Gaga Has Sleepovers With Lindsay Lohan
Posted by Newson 07/12/2012 at 5:15 PM
The day in music as told by tweets. Lady Gaga and – er – fellow musician Lindsay Lohan have reportedly been having slumber parties at the Chateau Marmont. We assume that, aside from eating cucumbers (see below), the two reenacted the Oreo and peanut butter scene from Parent Trap and the car scene from “Telephone.” Outside of that, Bruno Mars rewrites “We Are Young” and Wiz Khalifa loves True Blood. Enjoy.
— Lindsay Lohan (@lindsaylohan) July 11, 2012
— Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) July 12, 2012
album won’t be available at target. blame it on a generational gap. best buy on deck though. — frank ocean (@frank_ocean) July 11, 2012
(Fun Song w/ Irish accent) “So if by the time the bar closes and you steal me lucky charms ill follow the rainbow to me pot o’ gold” — Bruno Mars (@BrunoMars) July 12, 2012
WHEW! I misunderstood. The doctor said my wife is allergic to PEANUTS. — Al Yankovic (@alyankovic) July 11, 2012
The restaurant where Robert Blake was accused of killing his wife is literally two blocks from my LA crib. Great food, damn shame. — Talib Kweli Greene (@TalibKweli) July 12, 2012
Left My Phone In Germany But I Juss Watched True Blood So Iss All Good
— Wiz Khalifa (@RealWizKhalifa) July 12, 2012
— Jay McGuiness (@JayTheWanted) July 12, 2012
Ok I’m leaving twitter for a few days,hmmmm maybe hours, we’ll see. The stupidity of some people on here is astounding. — lilyrosecooper (@lilyrosecooper) July 12, 2012
just saw the new Spiderman film! loved it aye. also super impressed with how smooth the Peter Parker dude was with his lady. — Cody Simpson (@CodySimpson) July 12, 2012
Um, Fandango says the late showing of the Katy Perry movie is an “All Trenchcoat” screening? — Zachariah Durr (@thezdurr) July 12, 2012
When a woman sais “5 minutes!” she really means 15-20 minutes. Just learn to deal with it — Ludacris (@Ludacris) July 12, 2012
kelly osbournes hair > everybody elses — Pete Wentz – RE:PETE (@petewentz) July 12, 2012
I’m bummed to hear Target won’t be selling Frank Ocean’s Channel Orange, since Target is where I buy all my music. — Brandon Stosuy (@brandonstosuy) July 12, 2012
How much dub would a dubstep step if a dubstep could step dub?
— Jared Actis (@JActis) July 12, 2012
At least we’re not talking about Chris Brown as much
— Michael Barthel (@michaelbarthel) July 12, 2012
Crazy! I remember so clearly telling my Mum I had reached a 1000 followers! Now I’m 2000 away from 5 million-MAD! WOW! *waves* *hello*
— JESSIE J (@JessieJ) July 12, 2012
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