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Tweeters Digest: A roundup of the week in TV tweets

In Tweeter's Digest, we look at the events of the week as seen through the eyes -- or, rather, the Twitter feeds -- of TV personalities.

Some stars  -- Danny DeVito, Ian Somerhalder of "Vampire Diaries," Bear Grylls of "Man vs Wild," SNL's Seth Myers -- are worrying about the news of the world (earthquakes in New Zealand, revolution in the Arab world). Others tweet about appearing at the White House ("Glee" kids Amber Riley and Mark Salling) or issue Charlie Sheen-related tweets. They better hope Sheen doesn't check in to Twitter, or those "fire-breathing fists" might fly.

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Tweeter's Digest: A roundup of the week in TV tweets

Lea Mchale In Tweeter's Digest, we look at the events of the week as seen through the eyes -- or rather, the Twitter feeds -- of TV personalities.

This week, "Glee" stars Lea Michele and Matthew Morrison tweeted from the Grammys, Tyra Banks and Joel McHale offered V-Day advice, "Lost" creator Damon Lindelof and "How I Met Your Mother" creator Carter Bays worried about the Watson computer on "Jeopardy," Stephen Colbert kept an eye on the Spider-Man musical, and reality TV villain Spencer Pratt kept an eye on James Franco. Meanwhile, TV legend Cloris Leachman just tweets ... because she can. 

See these and other celebs tweet after the jump.

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Tweeter's Digest: The week in TV tweets

Snooki What better way to look at the events of the week than through the eyes of TV personalities?

This week, Joe Jonas celebrates the Super Bowl, Keith Olbermann celebrates his new job, Howard Stern celebrates his new Twitter feed. Meanwhile, Dr. Drew defends Lindsay Lohan, reality stars collide -- and actors keep an eye on Egypt. See them tweet after the jump

— Joy Press
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Tweeters' Digest: The week in TV tweets

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In between the self-promotion (watch my show!), the responses to fans (thanks for watching my show!) and the revelations of personal minutiae (I'm going to the gym before I watch my show!), famous people take to Twitter to comment on the news of the world.

With Rob Lowe and Anderson Cooper on the revolution in Egypt, Donald Glover and Adrian Grenier anticipating the SuperBowl and Damon Lindelof still defending the final episode of "Lost," here are some highlights of the week — after the jump — as captured in tweets from actors, show runners, TV anchors and reality stars.

— Joy Press

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Photo: Rob Lowe. Credit: Al Seib / Los Angeles Times.

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