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This year specifically has been a roller coaster ride. Be it, Leonardo DiCaprio winning his first Oscar, Donald Trump becoming the new President or the effect of demonetization on the Indian economy, 2016 has indeed been a spectacular year.
As this year comes to an end, let us have a look at the best tweets of 2016.
Did you know that Leonardo DiCaprio was nominated five times for the Oscars? But finally, in 2016, he won his first Oscar for his role in The Revenant. He finished his accepting speech by quoting,"I thank you all for this amazing award tonight. Let us not take this planet for granted. I do not take tonight for granted."
Harry Styles, the One Direction boy bander tweeted the lyrics of Taylor Swift song,"I don't know about you, but I'm feeling 22." on his 22nd birthday and the twitter world, as you can imagine, flipped.
Still, don't understand the connection between the two? Well, Taylor Swift and Harry Styles dated briefly back in late 2012. By the way, this tweet is the most retweeted tweet of 2016.
The third most famous tweet of 2016 was penned by none other than Hillary Clinton, the Democratic presidential nominee. In her tweet, she encouraged young girls to recognize their potential in the wake of her election defeat.
The Spanish YouTube gamer El Rubius pulled in 1,386,582 retweets and almost 1,039,826 likes just with a simple word Lemonade. Wondering how? Well, this a Spanish word means lemonade and the reason for its success are that he offered prizes to those who retweeted it. Smart, isn't he?
Kim Kardashian celebrated National snake day by slamming Taylor Swift on snap chat. Wondering how Taylor Swift got into this? Well, Kanye West's song " Famous" created a major controversy as it included some lyrics which were related to his and Taylor Swift's past relationship. Kim Kardashian said in an interview that Taylor Swift was very much aware of this, as Kanye had a conversation in which he clearly stated that he will use her name in the song.
Whereas, Swift tweeted that she was not aware of the exact words in the song and how can she approve a song she never heard before.
Controversy and more controversy.
J.K. Rowling was shocked and devasted after hearing the news of Alan Rickman's death. Alan Rickman, known to harry potter fans as Professor Severus Snape, died at the age of 69.
Rowling even tweeted, "My thoughts are with Rima and the rest of Alan's family. We have all lost a great talent. They have lost part of their heart."
Stephen King was a blind supporter of Hillary Clinton and even asked his fans to vote against Donald Trump. But when the results were out, he was devastated.
He tweeted again saying," No more book recommendation, politics, or amusing dog pictures for the immediate future, I'm shutting down."