Valentines: How have celebrities expressed their love this year on Twitter?

  • By : Nahla Muqalad

     

    Likes on Twitter are represented by a small heart and are used to show appreciation for a Tweet. You can view liked Tweets from an account’s profile page by clicking or tapping into the Likes tab. Below are the most used love-related emojis on Twitter in the past year, globally:

    1.  😍

    2.  ❤

    3.  💕

    4.  🥰

    5.  💜

    6.  😉

    7.  💙

    8.  😘

    9. 

    10.              💔

     

    This Valentines, Twitter takes a look at some of the Tweets that celebrities have liked to see how they’ve expressed their love and appreciation on the platform:

     

    1.  Mohamed Henedy (@OfficialHenedy) was amongst the 20,000 people who liked Ahmed El Saka (@ElSaka)’s sarcastic reply to his thread with Ahmed Helmy (@ahelmy).

     

    https://twitter.com/ElSaka/status/1224006542837649414

     

    2.  Mona Zaki (@monazaki) liked a fan’s drawing of her and Ahmed Helmy (@ahelmy) - the girl spent three weeks on the drawing, hoping that the stars would see it, and Twitter made her wish come true.

     

    https://twitter.com/lo2a888/status/1220374892161523713

     

    3.  Also giving fans some love, Cairokee lead singer Amir Eid (@AmirEid) also liked a fan’s Tweet when she dedicated her final art project to the band.

     

     

    https://twitter.com/BlurredDdDd/status/1212832160299794432

     

    4.  Egyptian actor Ahmed El Saadany (@AhmedLSaadany) showed Mohamed Salah (@MoSalah) some love by liking the football star’s pictures amongst more than 214,000 other people on Twitter after Liverpool won the match against Man United in the Premier League. 

     

     

    https://twitter.com/MoSalah/status/1219037857526026240

     

    5.  Showing random support to strangers is extra special, and when it’s Hend Sabry (@HendSabry), it can come as a special surprise. The Tunisian actress liked a Tanta resident’s Tweet, which stated how proud he is of himself to officially call himself a medical student graduate, after being a “Tuk Tuk” driver.

     

     

    https://twitter.com/m_zarara/status/1226618466507149313

     

    6.  Tunisian actress Dorra (@dorra_zarrouk) was amongst the fans who liked Youssra’s (@Youssra) Tweet giving fans a sneak peek of her Oscars outfit.

     

     

    https://twitter.com/Youssra/status/1226538797078384641

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