Let's hope she uses it properly.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
Sir Ian McKellen Tweeted the first image of himself as a 93-year old Sherlock Holmes in the upcoming 'Mr. Holmes.'
NOTE: do not send nude selfies ever.
The guys behind the 'Seinfeld' Current Day Twitter account have created 'Seinfeld' emojis that are sure to be an instant hit.
Slutty Boy's have problems, too.
Wrestling legend Sting is making cryptic tweets, and you know what that means: rampant, baseless speculation about a WWE run. IT'S SHOWTIME!
So about that rumor of Kevin Smith writing and leaking a fake 'Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice' script at Warner's behest...
Holly Fisher is the queen of the conservative trolls.
Hanging out with Justin Bieber will severely damage your credibility.
The crazy kids on Twitter and Vine have brought back the 'cybergoth dance party' video to create the #GothsDanceToAnything meme.
Sometimes things on the Internet just don't make sense, like Michael Bolton and Sinbad going on a helicopter adventure together.
It was an odd way to leak information about an album, but it seems that Pink Floyd has a new album coming in October.
'Variety' tempted the internet by claiming Elvis created Rock 'N' Roll. It didn't go so well.
Former boxing champion Riddick Bowe tried to tweet about Starbucks prices and said some confusing things about the female anatomy.
Anthony Cumia was allegedly attacked in Times Square, leading to a racist Twitter rant referring to his alleged attackers as 'savages.'
And down goes another singer.
Actor Kelsey Grammer logged into Twitter for the first time ever today, and he reminded everyone that his last name sounds like grammar.
Some people were outraged over the Supreme Court's ruling in favor of Hobby Lobby, while some rejoiced. Others just wanted to make jokes.
World Cup fans took Landon Donovan's harmless and sort of pathetic comments about being left off Team USA's roster way out of context.
Royal Dutch Airlines wasn't feeling much compassion for Mexico's heartbreaking loss.