Parody Twitter accounts offer us the up-to-the-minute fake goings on of famous folk as they go about their pretend business in no more than 140 lie-filled characters. How could we possibly live without them?
Here are our current favourites…
Mary Berry aka @MaryRBerry
Forget the funky blazers, fake The Great British Bake Off judge Mary is having a whale of a time on Twitter….
The Queen aka @Queen_UK
In between running the country and doing important Queen-y things (technical term) our spoof Queen loves a good sing song, declares gin ‘o’ clock at various points and insists everyone takes the day off by order of the Queen. Here’s some of her recent tweets:
Cheryl Cole aka @CherylKerl
Full of made up stuff delivered in a geordie accent, our faux nation’s sweetheart loves to tweet about her favourite TV shows, football and her book – a collection of “sensational never-before-seen-made-up stuff”. Accents at the ready…
The Hangover’s Alan Garner aka @AlanHangover
A fake Twitter account for a ficticious character? Marvelous. Welcome to the wonderful world of Alan (from his bedroom, naturally)…
Louis Walsh aka @walshlife
X Factor judge Louis Walsh doesn’t have time in his life for tweeting! He’s a busy boy managing, er... Anyway, luckily someone else is doing the hashtagging for him and spreading his Louis love.