A comic hitlist of the people that have annoyed us in 2011, narrated by Richard Bacon.
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Tonight we're getting twitchy
with 2011's most annoying celebrity tweeters.
2011 has been the year that even more celebrities have taken to Twitter,
but who knew so many of them would be serving up such dire drivel?
Here, with their very own dodgy spelling and grammar,
are the year's top five tiresome tweeters.
At number five, it's Mel B, who irritated us
with this romantic tweet back in June.
I actually got into a huge barney with Mel B this year,
which was quite well documented on Twitter, but actually it was all sparked by this tweet.
A whole load of victims of rape were really disgusted by it.
It was just a ridiculous comment, and she has to be
one of those celebrities who should just be banned from Twitter.
Wayne Rooney is at number four
after he tried his hand at social commentary
following the summer riots.
I don't think he's one to be judging people on, you know,
"Just cos you haven't got a job, you can burn down buildings."
I don't really think he should be casting wider views on society
when he sleeps with grannies.
At number three, Duncan Bannatyne turned gangster
after a mysterious Russian sent threatening tweets to his daughter.
I was just a bit upset that on the new series of Dragon's Den,
they didn't go, "And first in the Den tonight is Yuri from Moscow.
"He's looking for £25,000 for his new kidnapping business."
Imagine Duncan's response.
At number two, 50 Cent managed to annoy us
by making light of the horrific tsunami
that destroyed parts of Japan in March.
If ever there was a time for an LOL,
it is definitely when there is a massive earthquake in Japan.
It's ridiculous. You'd think that somebody like 50 Cent
would have somebody monitoring their tweets.
There will be some checks in place, but no.
50's 140-character thoughts might have irritated us this year,
but that's nothing compared to bad-boy footballer, Joey Barton,
a man who has undergone something of a Twitter-aided transformation in 2011.
Joey Barton - footballer by day,
deep-thinking Twitter philosopher by night.
It's like finding out BNP leader Nick Griffin is a reggae DJ in his spare time.
Joey Barton, footballer, a man once famed for stubbing out a lit cigar
in the open eye of one of his disbelieving team-mates
has overcome a kind of cultural intellectual revolution,
and become Renaissance man on Twitter.
This year, Joey has developed the habit of quoting writers and philosophers in his tweets.
When he fell out with his old club, Newcastle, in July, he tweeted the following.
I don't trust Joey Barton's tweets when they're Orwell quotes.
I get the impression he's getting these quotes off a website.
I don't think he's trawling through Orwell's books, picking out a really meaningful quote.
Maybe the reason we aren't convinced by Joey's literary musings
is because most of his tweets reveal a more basic side to his hashtag philosophy.
He gets criticised once on Match Of The Day
and he has a go at Alan Shearer's hairline and his shirt.
He showed that he was actually, at heart, a real philosopher.
Jean Paul Sartre would be proud today.