If you're an avid follower of Kanye West, it's easy to forget that not every celebrity is on Twitter. And while we certainly don't need to hear what everyone has to say in 140 characters or less, there are some hilarious ladies who we wish would join in the #fun.
Here are the top 5 awesome women we wish were on Twitter.
1. Jodie Foster
After her heart-warming exit from “the closet” at the Golden Globes, a lot more people are interested in Jodie Foster. After years of portraying female figures as strong heroes and not damsels in distress, she's leaving the spotlight. But that doesn't mean the twitterverse won't benefit from hearing some inspiration from Ms. Jodie Foster.
2. Tina Fey
Tina Fey is often considered the world's funniest lady, and having her on Twitter would be amazing. The 140 character limit is perfect for her snappy sarcasm. I can imagine scrolling her timeline whenever I'm in need of a good laugh.
3. Hillary Clinton
Hillary Clinton is an inspirational woman who continuously shows herself capable of excelling in her governmental duties. As a young girl, she wrote to NASA to find out how to become an astronaut, only to be receive a letter from NASA telling her that girls could not be astronauts. Needless to say, Mrs. Clinton has shown that “girls” can be whoever they want to be. Her Tweets would probably be business-related, but who wouldn't want to read Tweets from one of the world's most powerful women?
4. Emma Stone
Emma Stone actually has a Twitter account, but she's only Tweeted once — so it's sort of like she doesn't even have one. We've seen her wit and down-to-earth mentality in films like Easy A and Crazy, Stupid, Love. I would expect to see a little comedy and a little inspiration from her Tweets.
5. Meryl Streep
Meryl Streep is arguably one of the world's most talented actresses. Even though she is very private about her personal life, it would be great to hear a little bit of how she thinks. We've seen her in almost every kind of role, so I can't help but be a little curious about who she is as a person.
Curiosity is the reason we follow celebrities on Twitter anyway, right?