I'm not particularly interested in what Ashton Kutcher, Lindsay Lohan or Snooki have to say. Here are celebrities I would definitely follow if they signed up for Twitter:
Julia Louis-Dreyfus - I actually met her uncle, which was very cool!
Jenna Fischer - Although she does keep a great MySpace blog - and she's my friend!
Ryan Murphy - I want to know how his mind works, because I know he's got a CRAZY imagination. Also, some of his Glee decisions have been controversial with fans and critics and I'd be curious to see him comment on some of these choices.
Ian Brennan - Glee screenwriter alongside Murphy and Brad Falchuk, he is the voice behind Sue Sylvester - You know he could come up with some good tweets!
Heather Morris - One of my favorite things about Twitter is reading the Glee actors' responses to episodes after they air. I want Heather to comment on some of the lines she says in character!
Bob Gale - Screenwriter of Back to the Future - Just because I love that movie and screenplay.
Michael J. Fox
Matthew Weiner - Mad Men creator. Like Murphy, brilliant yet has made some strange plot decisions.
I've searched for some of these entertainers repeatedly, but have yet to find a credible account for any of them on Twitter, or else they have commented that they don't tweet.
I mostly would love for these celebrities to join Twitter so that I could send them messages about how brilliant they are - Cory Monteith, Lea Michele and Dianna Agron would probably appreciate a break from me! (Although if they just responded once, I just *might* leave them alone for a while.)
Is it too much to ask for a 140 character message from someone famous saying that they enjoy my writing?
P.S. I wish these celebrities tweeted more often:
J.K. Rowling - Her last tweet said her priority was "pen and paper at the moment." WHAT DOES THAT MEAN? It's been a year since she shared this news with us, I think another clue as to what's she's working on is in order!
Brad Falchuk - His pictures from the set are great, but they always inspire questions I want answered. Remember this one? (By the way, you can find out why that photo was taken if you watch the "Duets" episode of Glee.)