At the end of each year, Twitter highlights the key conversations which took place on the platform throughout the year. In 2021, following its annual analysis of conversations in Egypt, Twitter is revealing the biggest trends of the year, from topics and emojis to handles and hashtags.
Most mentioned celebrity handles
The place to connect, when it comes to celebrities, people from across the world can directly reach out to their favorite celebrities on Twitter, jumping into conversations or sharing their admiration. Here are the most mentioned Egyptian celebrities of the year:
Most mentioned actors and actresses:
- Nabil ElHalfawy (@nabilelhalfawy)
- Yasmine Sabri (@yasminesabri)
- Youssef El Sherif (@ElSherif)
- Ahmed Helmy (@ahelmy)
- Mohamed Ramadan (@Mohamed_Ramadan)
Most mentioned singers:
- Amr Diab (@amrdiab)
- Tamer Hosny (@tamerhosny)
- Hamza Namira (@HamzaNamira)
- Mohamed Mounir (@Mounirofficial)
- Mohamed Hamaki (@Hamaki)
Egypt’s fastest-growing celebrity handle goes to actress and singer @somayaelkhashab.
Most liked celebrity Tweets in Egypt:
Actor Khaled El Nabawy (@KhaledElNabawy) shared his pride for his country in light of the Pharaohs Golden Parade which took place in April.
Actor Mohamed Henedy (@OfficialHenedy) Tweeted a photo of himself in a wig, with a caption from Kathem Elsaher’s song.
Actor Ahmed Amin (@AhmedAmin) Tweets a humorous picture about expectations vs. reality when ordering online, with a funny side-comparison with David Beckam.
Lighthearted and Heartwarming Tweets
2021 wasn’t just the year of celebrity, with everyday people showcasing their personalities across the platform, from heart-warming to humorous, here are some of the most liked Tweets of the year:
- @AahmedRamzyy Tweeted a humorous video of himself reenacting scenes from old action movies.
2. @m_Sharaawi shared a photo of his father holding a poster with his sister’s name on it, following her graduation from medical school, expressing his pride for both of them.
3. @Karimkhedr12 shared a photo of his recent artwork.
4. @urfavgangona shared a photo of herself being photobombed by a truck passenger in the streets of Egypt.