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Tweet Sweeper: Brian O'Driscoll's surprising career change

Our pick of the week’s tweets from famous people.

BRIAN O’DRISCOLL IS coming to the end of his illustrious career as a rugby god, so it seems natural that he would start exploring his options.

You might have thought he’d go into punditry or coaching, but it would seem he’s considering things well beyond the realms of sport.

Tweet Sweeper: Brian O'Driscoll's surprising career change
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  • Brian O'Driscoll considered a career change.

  • Zach Braff's April Fool joke got no one.

  • Vanilla Ice is nostalgic for the 90s. We can understand why.

  • Toni Collette found her first days on Twitter a little lonely.

  • Russell Crowe challenged Ricky Gervais with a real question about evolution.

  • Rosanne had her usual sunny outlook.

  • Rebecca Black doesn't discriminate.

  • Oprah tweeted about the death of Roger Ebert.

  • Niall Horan and Olly Murs took a photo of their chest hair, for some inexplicable reason.

  • Mariah Carey got into the pool with her clothes on. Sure why not?

  • Lindsay Lohan pulled a slick April Fool's joke...

  • ...but everyone was confused because it was April 2.

  • Brian Kennedy picked a fight with the Hardy Bucks.

  • Jeremy Clarkson showed us who the real enemy is.

  • Harry Styles shared a proud moment.

  • Amy Huberman met Tom Cruise (along with half of Dublin it would seem).

  • Ewan McGregor had a grammatical crisis.

  • Ellie Goulding heard an insightful radio interview.

  • Ellen realised that perhaps all was not what it appeared with her role in the Finding Nemo sequel.

  • Donald Trump was inducted to World Wrestling Entertainment's Hall of Fame. (We're not sure why either.)

  • Bressie just wants to wee in peace!

  • Conan O'Brien and Paul Rudd need to read our piece on the dos and don'ts of selfies.

  • Amanda Brunker learned the harsh reality of not booking your train tickets online.

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