I’m Big On Twitter

The list of the 63rd Primtime Emmy® Awards nominees is out, and this infographic done in collaboration with the Emmys by Columnfivemedia, shows the rundown of who the most popular candidates are on Twitter (by sheer number of followers). So share it, and show your friends who’s buzzing the loudest in Tinseltown.

 

I’m Big On Twitter

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