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Rappler hosts a Twitter #ParodyParty

MANILA, Philippines – Have you ever wanted to have a conversation with your favorite celebrity – even if it's just on Twitter?

When your social media idols are too swamped with tags that they can't see your desperate tweets, a surprise response from a similarly-named parody account could be just the thing that lifts your spirits.

Imagine getting to ask your favorite celebrities or politicians if they shared your thoughts about life, love, and everything in between! You'd get to feel even closer to them when you start arguing on opposing points of view.

Since real life celebrities aren't often as fun and frank about voicing their opinions online, we asked their parody accounts to do it on their behalf for our #SocialMediaDay conversation.

[ View the story "Join the #ParodyParty!" on Storify ]

You don't have to be a parody account for your opinion to count. Tell us your answers to any of the questions in the comments section below! – Rappler.com