Stephen Colbert

Follow Stephen on Twitter: @StephenAtHome
The unofficial king of American satire is being recognized for effectively using the internet as an outreach to his millions of fans, impressively attracting 78 members per minute to a Facebook page devoted to his

Ashton Kutcher

Follow Ashton on Twitter: @aplusk
Ashton Kutcher popularized celebrity tweeting so well that he was deemed the most followed user on Twitter last year.

Conan O'Brien

Follow CoCo on Twitter: @ConanOBrien
When Conan started a Twitter account this year he attracted media attention for acquiring well over 300,000 followers in only 24 hours. With just one tweet, Conan successfully launched a new late-night talk show that he will be hosting in November of 2010.

Shaquille O'Neal

Follow Shaq on Twitter: @the_real_shaq
Shaq is honored for using Twitter as a way of satisfying the desire of crazed sports fans to feel more closely connected to America's most admired athletes.

Jimmy Fallon

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Jimmy Fallon is recognized for being a celebrity TV personality who relies heavily on the internet as a means of connecting with his fan base through video blogging and postings of exclusive online content.

Mike "The Situation"

Follow The Situation on Twitter: @ItsTheSituation
Proving to be more than just a set of abs, Michael "The Situation" Sorrentino is being recognized for his use of social media to connect with his large fan base from The Jersey Shore.

Spencer Pratt

Follow Spencer on Twitter: @spencerpratt
Spencer Pratt may be famous for his psychotic behavior on the reality show "The Hills," but is now becoming infamous for his 140 character ramblings via Twitter that evince his various religious conversions, delusional thoughts, beliefs in government conspiracy and love for crystals.