Marcus Samuelsson hit the red carpet (pink flower wall?) at the Chanel Tribeca Film Festival Artists Dinner last night with his wife Gate Maya Haile. Luckily, Marcus never leaves the house dressed a thread under dope, and his wife is a crazy hot, gracefully-head-taller-than-him model. We’ve seen many a celeb chef look a hot mess on the red carpet (Dear Rachael Ray, Learn to dress your breasts, you beautiful disaster), but Marcus is always looking fly.
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Show promoting can become very tedious to Twitter followers, so what better way than to get creative with it? Baier hints at the topic of discussion hours before his show airs with "Twitter Trivias," where he quizzes his followers leading up to airtime. His followers' successful response to the initiative not only allows Baier to effectively promote his show, but to also connect with his viewers on a constant basis.
She may be anchor of CNN's
Starting Point, O'Brien's Twitter completely avoids mentioning her life as one of media's most famous figures. Instead, O'Brien's tweets read as though she were any other person, making her so much more relatable to her audience.
Not only does Murdoch's powerful voice jump off the screen, his opinions about America, the Eurozone and privacy laws make for an interesting read.
Morgan's constant barrage of jubilant ( and sometimes angry) tweets reveal an ardent soccer fan who just can't stand to see England lose. When he's not busy updating his followers on England's famed soccer team, Morgan is busy offering some of the most blunt and no-holds-barred criticism of his opponents. Slightly shocking but amusing all the same, Morgan's tweets are worth the read for anyone who doesn't mind a little dry, succinct humor to brighten their day.
Inspirational and insightful, Oprah's tweets are worth a peek for anyone looking to start their day on a good note. Her frequent responses to followers about the meaning of beauty and success bring Oprah's vibrancy to the web.
who ignited a heated personal exchange with Michelle Malkin can be seen via tweets from Malkin's own account. The ever-so-outspoken Malkin punctuates her messages with strong-willed opinions. Mixed with her frequent use of all caps, Malkin turns her Twitter into its own ready-to-read shouting match. Sally Kohn
A little bit of
Real Time with Bill Maher can be found away from the TV screen, with the comedian and TV host's tweets. Often poignant and funny, Maher's tweets offer a sincere glimpse into the country's politics that enlighten his followers in less than 140 characters.
Instead of promoting his show, Anderson Cooper's carefully thought-out tweets encourage followers to engage with the CNN show host. From suggested summer reads to politically charged questions, Cooper's followers gradually get to know the man behind Anderson Cooper 360, giving us humanizing glimpse of the CNN star.
has no problem unleashing his Generation Y self over Twitter. With sassy comments and text message jargon, King shows how even the oldest man can still be young at heart. Larry King
Ana Marie Cox
Wonkette founder Cox is just as sassy and witty on Twitter as she is on her own political blog. The blogger bravely challenges her own followers to think and construct their own opinions for themselves.
Conservative pundit and author
translates her relentless opposition of the Obama administration and its policies onto Twitter. Coulter's followers can now enjoy her unabashedly critical voice throughout the day with via her frequent updates. Ann Coulter
ABC's Senior White House Correspondent is on top of everything in the political world. From polls to new videos and articles, Tapper's ability to constantly keep up with the news turns his Twitter feed into a newsroom of sorts.
O'Donnell has absolutely no problem holding newsmakers accountable and his Twitter account shows nothing different. The MSNBC show host always makes a point of tagging politicians, media moguls, celebrities, and tycoons (like
) in order to ask them questions or respond to their own tweets. Donald Trump
While most White House correspondents do update their followers on what's happening, Knoller's constant barrage of tweets reveals every single government proceeding down to the very last detail. What's more, he's got a knack for getting information and statements that generally fall under the radar, giving his followers some of the most in-depth coverage of the White House available.
Author and critic
has never shied away from a good debate, even on Twitter. Touré's tweets frequently err on the side of inflammatory in a bid to incite discussion and make his followers think. To make things even more interesting, most of Touré's tweets are responses to his own critics who openly challenge him in a web-based debate for all to see. Unafraid to speak his mind, Touré's opinionated self shines through every tweet he shares. Touré