With the recent launch of Jelly , the new photo-based social Q&A app from Twitter co-founder Biz Stone, brands have an opportunity to jump in and answer random questions from random people! In fact, it looks like Lowe’s  has already jumped on the Jelly bandwagon. I will admit that this seems like a great opportunity for brands to get some visibility and possibly notoriety (initially I thought Jelly would devolve into nothing but “yer mom” jokes ). But brands aren’t the only ones who can jump on this band wagon. Celebrities can also join in! Then I thought: “Hmmmm. Which celebrities would I love to answer my Jelly questions?”
Soooo, without further ado, here are the top 7 celebrities I hope adopt Jelly:
#7. Pope Francis (@pontifex)
He’ll first ask you how long it’s been since your last question and then just tell you to say seven Hail Marys.
#6. Al Gore (@algore)
His answer will always be “it’s global warming!”
#5. Andy Dick (@andydick)
I’m sorry, but I like Andy Dick.
#4. Perez Hilton (@perezhilton)
He’ll send you back your original picture with hearts and snarky comments drawn all over it.
#3. Shia LeBeouf (@thecampaignbook)
He’ll copy someone else’s answer and say it’s his.
#2. Governor Chris Christie (@chrischristie)
He’ll deny knowing anything about your question in the first place.
#1. Dennis Rodman (@dennisrodman)
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