Kim Kierkegaardashian + More: 12 Hilarious Celebrity Parody Twitter Accounts
From a philosophical version of Kim Kardashian to a fictional Mark Zuckerberg, we’ve rounded up some of the funniest celebrity parody Twitter accounts out there. Get ready to laugh!
Twitter can be useful for all sorts of reasons—keeping in touch with friends, promoting yourself or your work, learning fun new facts… and laughing your head off. There are boatloads of parody Twitter accounts out there; from long-dead historical figures to fictional characters, there’s a little something for everyone. Naturally, there are also quite a few Twitter accounts that parody celebrities, and since celebrities are our bread and butter here at BettyConfidential, we’ve rounded up 12 of our favorites here for you. Ever wondered what would happen if Kim Kardashian got unexpectedly philosophical? If Mark Zuckerberg used Twitter, what might he say? Speculations abound here!
NOTE: THESE ARE ALL FAKE ACCOUNTS. They are in NO WAY connected to the real people they spoof. Just, y’know, in case that wasn’t clear. They are, however hilarious, so get ready to laugh!
What happens when the philosophy of Soren Kierkegaard meets Kim Kardashian? Kim Kierkegaardashian, that’s what—and it is, dare we say, magnificent. For what could be more compelling than a series of existential crises based around whether one should wear a pop of red or not?
Okay, so technically we’ve got two here, which brings our actual total of celeb Twitter parodies up to 13; but since they’re both of the same ilk, we’re going to lump them together. The Queen’s updates during the Olympics were particularly amusing; Prince Charles, meanwhile, regularly has some rather choice observations about pop culture.
The Not Tilda Swinton Twitter exploded during the eclipse back in May; we later found out that it was created by a 21-year-old named Eli Yudin, who mostly began the project as a way to keep himself entertained while he recovered from getting his wisdom teeth taken out. Alas, Not Tilda Swinton is mostly dormant now, but we highly recommend going back and reading its archives in all their glory. Totally worth it (you fur-covered eagles, you).
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