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1. graham norton is tweeting about Dale Winton .
Dale Winton gave me the best bit of showbiz advice I ever got - Don’t quit the hit! Thank you Dale. X— graham norton (@grahnort) April 18, 2018
2. The Royal Family is tweeting about Buckingham Palace .
3. The Royal Family is tweeting about United Kingdom .
The Queen also gave a speech:— The Royal Family (@RoyalFamily) April 19, 2018
"It is with great pleasure that I welcome you all here tonight. As Head of the Commonwealth, I am delighted to be able to host this occasion in the United Kingdom, for the first time in many years," Her Majesty said. pic.twitter.com/pKG7Iri2QD
4. Larry Madowo is tweeting about Kenya .
5. Simon Dunmore is tweeting about Time Will Tell .
You can’t sustain a business based on generic records that last little more than a weekend...so we have had to switch our game. Time will tell but my gut tells me people want more than beats and bass lines. Music is supposed to be emotional not functional.— Simon Dunmore (@SimonDunmore) April 19, 2018
6. The Royal Family is tweeting about Botswana .
7. Austin Corini is tweeting about Happy 420 .
A very happy 420 to all of you beautiful people🙏🏼 i wish you all a very relaxing day😎💯— Austin Corini (@TheTideAustin) April 20, 2018
8. Garry McConnachie is tweeting about Carl Fogarty .
Drink driving stupidity aside, I see Carl Fogarty is using the toxic "man up" command to Ant McPartlin & his mental health issues. Straight from the P*ers Mor*gan school of masculinity. Arsehole.— Garry McConnachie (@TheGMcConnachie) April 20, 2018
9. Katy Lipson – Theatre Producer is tweeting about Finding My Voice .
Really loved Kathleen Turner FINDING MY VOICE @TheOtherPalace tonight! Very moving and fascinating stories! Go see!— Katy Lipson - Theatre Producer (@AriaEnts) April 19, 2018
10. Nick Gibbs is tweeting about Carlos Ghosn .
Funny and sharp. Sharp because increasingly for some performance models (maybe not the Beemer) the journalist is the end customer. I.e the model was engineered and built purely to be written about, to polish the brand. Carlos Ghosn has made this exact point. https://t.co/ySkahi8tWF— Nick Gibbs (@NickGibbs) April 18, 2018