The best reality TV stars on Twitter, based on the entertainment
value of their tweets. Perhaps it's the constant cameras, lights and promise of endorsements, but reality stars are no strangers to uninhibited emotions, especially when it comes to placing them in 140 characters or less. So forget the school cafeteria, office breakroom or even your HDTV: The real fighting, venting and all-out drama is unfolding on Twitter. Whether the sexy, scandalous and slightly disturbing tweets of teen bride Courtney Stodden
, Kim Kardashian
Bible worship in the hopes of catching Tim Tebow's attention, or "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star Taylor Armstrong's controversial
book tour, these reality personalities Twitter accounts let you live vicariously through the rich, famous and trashy without the fuss—and embarrassment.
Dying to know what Snooki looks like without a mask of make-up? Missing Paula Abdul's antics since she was fired from "X Factor?" Wondering if "Dance Moms" Christi is really as crazy as she is backstage? Then reactivate that Twitter account. Of course, you can always follow Ellen DeGeneres
or Anderson Cooper for some feel-good activism, too.