9. Sandra Bullock
Sandra’s pretty big on privacy, and she’s said she doesn’t tweet because she doesn’t want people to know where she is, but how fun would it be to have her thoughts on your Twitter feed? She could make funny comments about George Clooney and he’d never know because he’s not on Twitter either.
10. Melissa McCarthy
Much like Tina and Amy go together, so do Sandra and Melissa. Melissa is actually the third person Twitter CEO Dick Costolo said he’d like to join. I think most of us would probably agree.
11. Paul Rudd
How am I supposed to properly crush on this guy when he’s not on Twitter? It actually really surprises me that he’s not. He just seems like the kind of goofy guy who would have a Twitter presence. And he can use it to express his One Direction fandom.
12. Mila Kunis
She’s so funny and cool. I just want a Twitter response from her so that some of her funny and cool with rub off on me. Is that so much to ask?
13. Bill Hader
What gives? Plenty of SNL peeps are on Twitter. Why not one of the funniest SNL peeps we’ve had in years? I want to read all his tweets in Stefon’s voice and then imagine Bill breaking.
14. Ellie Kemper
Be my friend, Ellie Kemper. Sing the “Empire Today” jingle with me and then we can dance like weirdos. The only way this can happen is if you get on Twitter so I can talk to you.
15. Jon Stewart
The Daily Show has an official account that tweets funny things, but its host Jon Stewart does not have a personal account. That’s a shame, because sometimes I’m too tired to watch the show but still want to experience his hilarity.
16. Daniel Radcliffe
Daniel recently called out celebrities who say they want privacy but then post their every move on social media, so he seems to be pretty anti-Twitter. But we don’t have to know about your every move, DanRad. We just want you to be your usual silly self.