Best Silly, Celebrity Tweets About Winter Storm Juno
The Big Apple has received LOTS of snow, but thankfully it has yet to affect celebrities' Twitter access. The stars and citizens of the New England states are facing winter storm Juno head-on with humorous tweets and antidotes.
Here's a few of our favorite messages about the big blizzard.
We are both hosting the Late Late show this week so this is us pretending not to be competitive @adampallypic.twitter.com/o6vjPv98tu— Whitney Cummings (@WhitneyCummings) January 26, 2015
Be safe on the roads today! Over 2 ft of snow is coming to the Hudson Valley #Snowmageddon2015pic.twitter.com/mzvgVNdRrW— Kate OnAir (@katek104) January 26, 2015
Rob Marciano: "I wonder how pepper feels about all the attention we're give salt today... #Blizzardof2015."
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Ronan Farrow: "On the upside, Congressional productivity was frozen solid well in advance of the #blizzardof2015."
Al Roker: Upper East Side Fairway pandemonium ahead of #Juno Blizzards are good for the grocery biz
Lena Dunham: "Hope you're enjoying this suspenseful will-she-or-won't-she blizzard story (aka sorry!)"
Justin Bieber: "Everyone on the east coast be safe with the storm coming."
Kirstie Alley: "Good morning!!! I wish I was in NYC snowed in..is it really an UBER blizzard? Or just News Channel Panic?"
Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi: "Everyone be safe on the east coast with this blizzard! Just stay inside, watch movies and drink hot cocoa."
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How do you tell a Snow Man from a Snow Woman? Snow Balls. I apologize to all Snow People. RT Immediately! #blizzardof2015— Gilbert Gottfried (@RealGilbert) January 26, 2015
Tweet #ETnow your blizzard pics and quips!