On the last day of Coachella weekend 1, Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg stunned their audience when a hologram of Tupac Shakur suddenly appeared on stage for a short set of the deceased rapper’s songs. Tupac’s hologram also performed a duet with Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre. According to Time magazine, the hologram of Tupac, who was killed in 1996, was created by Digital Domain, which was also responsible for the visual effects in the film The Curious Case of Benjamin Button. @9gagtweets (46.000+ followers) posted this image to Twitter as a reaction to the performance.
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The Twitter universe was lit up by the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival this week, taking the top two spots in our Top 10 Twitter Pics list. An impressive 53 million photos blasted into our Top 10 Twitter Pics labs this week, and humor, hubris, memories and beauty ruled the roost.
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How did we narrow down those zillions of Twitter pictures to this stellar top 10, you ask? We're lucky to have the sharp team at Skylines on our side, using a custom algorithm that finds the most important and popular hashtags and then selects the most viral pics within.
Making things clearer was the unequalled insight of Skylines analyst and writer Julie Donders (@IkbenJulie), adding her snappy commentary as captions for each pic.
So follow along if you dare, while we bring you the top 10 most explosive Twitter pics of the week.
In case you missed them, here are last week’s Top 10 Twitter Pics.
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