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8 celebrities who are surprisingly excellent on Twitter

Richard Marx of ‘Right Here Waiting’ fame, anyone?

IT’S NO SURPRISE that people like Sarah Silverman and Dara Ó Briain deliver when it comes to Twitter.

They’re known for being funny and delivering short witty comments probably comes naturally to them.

However, there are some celebrities who you wouldn’t expect to be great, who really really are.

Here are 8 celebs who are surprisingly good on Twitter.

8 celebrities who are surprisingly excellent on Twitter
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  • Anna Kendrick

    This Oscar nominated actress from Up in the Air and Pitch Perfect is sharp and seems like she'd be happy staying at home drinking beer, eating junk food and trawling the internet for funny stuff.
  • Hugh Bonneville

    Lord Grantham's real life alter ego tweets about public transport, tv he likes and all the same kind of things you do.
  • Josh Groban

    You may think he's a bit of a wet blanket judging by his music, but if his Twitter is anything to go by he's a gas ticket.
  • Kirstin Bell

    The girl from Veronica Mars and Forgetting Sarah Marsall is more than a pretty face and is kind of like someone you'd be friends with in real life.
  • Mark Hoppus

    The Blink 182 bassist and vocalist is funny, and spends loads of time in the UK so he's up at the same time as us and refers to things we often know about.
  • Olivia Wilde

    Funny and sharp, the girl you know from The O.C. and House is well worth a follow.
  • Patrick Stewart

    Jean Luc Picard has a sense of humour. Who knew?
  • Richard Marx

    You may know him for his 1989 hit 'Right Here Waiting' but you should get to know him for his amazing self-depricating humour.

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