Beyonce Knowles has over 1.8 million followers on Twitter. I know you guys aren’t good with numbers, so let’s put that into perspective.¬†Beyonce has more Twitter followers than the combined population of the Bahamas, Iceland, Barbados, and Samoa. With that much reach, her highly anticipated first tweet is going to be big news. We decided to take a stab at what she might say in her first 140 characters or less.

Hit the jump for our predictions…

THE PREDICTIONS:

The Baby Name Tweet

If the Video Music Awards are the place to officially reveal the baby bump, announcing a baby name on Twitter doesn’t seem like too much of a stretch.

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The Accidental Tweet

Twitter is easy to use, but there are a few ways to slip-up, and the most obvious is mistaking the “@” for the DM (Direct Message).

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The WTF Tweet

Celebrities have been trained in the art of public appearances, interviews, and how to behave when the cameras are around. As we’ve seen in the past, Twitter can offer a glimpse at another side of celebs. Whether it’s the alcohol talking or just some spur-of-the-moment venting, private moments turned public can get ugly.

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The Mystery Tweet

As we covered in our Hide Your Face piece on artists who remain mysterious, Twitter can play a large role in how cool people think you are. We’re secretly hoping that B decides to start up a secret identity as a bedroom pop act. Expect vague, nondescript tweets to play into that.

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The Destiny’s Child Tweet

It’s no secret that she used to be a part of the group of independent women known as Destiny’s Child, but to be honest, is that really the first thing you think about when you think of Beyonce? No. She’s come a long way, and going solo was probably the smartest career move she’s ever made. The tweet will nod at her past and her all too awesome present. It may also serve didactic purposes for those who are looking to succeed but are feeling bogged down by their bands/groups.

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The Annoying Person That You Follow Tweet

Turns out Beyonce’s a little trigger happy with her keyboard/phone and will update you with just about every little mundane detail of her life, from having to make an exchange at Home Depot to her new haircut. Oh, and these will be riddled with an abundance of exclamation and question marks and abbreviations. This first tweet of hers will nod at the rest of your hellish, Beyonce-filled TwitterLife.

What it might look like:

(The tweet that follows will be: “Did somebody say DOGWALK!!!!???”)

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The TMI Tweet

Beyonce’s is the epitome of a respectable, powerful, talented woman. Twitter can change all that. Seeing that she’s always busy travelling the world for performances, appearances, and interviews, the only time she’ll have to tweet is probably the time when she’s most relaxed. Sometimes, being too relaxed and tweeting can lead to the TMI tweets.

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The Promo Tweet

No matter what she says, Beyonce’s first tweet is probably going to be a big deal. Millions of little hogs waiting for her first words. It’s very possible that, anticipating all this attention, a company will buy Beyonce’s first tweet.

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The “I just decided to start Twitter” Tweet

This is a pretty likely candidate. Although the act of tweeting in itself signifies the beginning of a Twitter commitment, some people still feel the need to waste their first Tweet on some, “decided to start using Twitter” nonsense. When Beyonce tweets for the first time, it will be news. It sounds silly, but that’s the world we live in. A simple, “just started using Twitter, y’all!” would be a safe bet, and screenshots would be included in online outlets everywhere. “Welcome, Beyonce!” we’d all say, as if our lives have just been improved.

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