Oscars get Twittery

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Oscars fans got a treat this year. With the rise of the social media site Twitter, Oscar attendees twittered their experiences of the event live from the event. Celebrities such as Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore shared their stories with fans though out the evening. Not a bad way to get into direct contact with their fans.

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