Tweeter’s Celeb of the Year

Today E!Online.com announced that Robert Pattinson was voted E!’s Celeb of the Year by fans two years in a row. However, as the phrase began trending on Twitter, tweeters had a difference of opinion.Scrolling down the list of searches on the social networking’s site, Robert Pattinson made an appearance on the Celeb of the Yeartrending topic, however he was clearly overshadowed by other celebrities.3. Demi Lovato may not have won AccuraCast’sWorld’s Greatest Musical Comeback Act,” but @UnbrokenByDemi tweeted otherwise: “Celeb of the Year= Demi Lovato. The came back to live, shared her story, made an amazing album and has more fans and talent than ever <3.”

According to MTVNews.com, back on November 2010, Lovato left her tour with the Jonas Brothers early and entered into rehab “to seek medical treatment for emotional and physical issues she has dealt with for some time.”

MTV News reported that when she left treatment in January 2011, she thanked her fans for supporting her through her treatment for eating disorders and self-mutilation.

MTV News also reported that after leaving her “hit Disney show “Sonny With a Chance,” to focus on her singing career, Lovato dropped her inspiring “Skyscraper” single.

We hope Lovato keeps rising in 2012.

2. @Trendeh backed his decision to crown Rihanna as Celeb of the Year when he tweeted, “Celeb Of The Year? @Rihanna, who’s Loud Tour grossed 90$ Million, Brand new album Talk That Talk, numerous #1 Singles & Grammy nominated.”

Rising from the ashes of her much publicized  2009 “break up” with Chris Brown,  BallerStatus.com reported that the three time Grammy winner’s international tour topped “Pollstar’s Top 25 Worldwide Tours of 2011.”

Entertainment Weekly reported via CNN.com that the singer’s sixth album is a move out of her “dark, blood-on-your-hands” 2009 album or “pain seem empowering” 2010 album and into a “being young and crushed-out […] might feel […] kind of fun?” 2011 album.

What ever Rihanna is doing to rise to the top, we hope she continues to stay empowered.

1. Ranking number one was none other than YouTube sensation turned Grammy nominated singer, Justin Bieber.

@Brookeee_XD tweeted Bieber should have been given the title because, “[…] while other celebs were out partying justin [sic.] was donating, visiting food bands and is down to earth!”

According to Billboard.com, the YouTube videos Bieber would post of contests he entered, caught the attention of Scooter Braun, So So Def’s former marketing executive.

After an “impromptu audition with R&B star Usher,” the veteran singer along with L.A. Reid signed the then 15-year-old and the rest is history.

Two years later the teen star, according to CBC.ca, “is cast as a young basketball star in a film […] opposite Mark Wahlberg.”

Way to move up Justin!

But no way to fret Pattinson fans, @holz0710 stood up for you when she tweeted, “Ignore the bieber fans we all know Rob is fricking awesome!!! We don’t need to prove it he won celeb of the year that says everything :D”