#MothersDay & #MKR: The Brands That Stood Out On Twitter In May

#MothersDay & #MKR: The Brands That Stood Out On Twitter In May

#Eurovision, #MKR and #MothersDay – May was a big month for Twitter in Australia. Food made an appearance in the top ten once again, but this time it was mac and cheese balls, not cheeky chicken (surprise).

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We also flocked to share cute animal pictures and videos, which @Australia and @Queensland have mastered. So without further ado, here are the top ten tweets that made the most noise in May.

@WOOLWORTHS

Aussies are a bunch of foodies, especially when it comes to mac and cheese. Woolies gets everyone’s tummy rumbling with a video of a delicious looking mac and cheese ball.

@UNIBET

Chelsea Football Club does it again, claiming another league title. Unibet tells us why the club deserved to take home gold once again.

@APPLE

A collage of portraits has everyone framed. Apple shows what’s arguably the hottest feature on the iPhone 7 Plus – portrait mode on the phone’s camera.

@EMIMUSICAU

EMI Music Australia celebrates the release of Strangers, the newest hit from @LaurenJauregui, with a retweet.

@AUSTRALIA

Aussies celebrated Wild Koala Day in May! Tourism Australia shared the love with a cute video of our furry friends, aiming to promote their natural habitat.

@EMIRATES

A gorgeous photo of Dubai peeking through the clouds has people reminiscing about the city of dreams.

@SBS

Australia’s second Eurovision appearance had viewer eyes (and ears) peeled. Many were gunning for Isaiah Firebrace to take home the gold, but Portugal put up a good fight placing first in the competition.

@MYKITCHENRULES

Looks like the use of lamb brains in a dish paid off after all. #MKR winners for 2017 dared and won the cooking show of the year.

@QUEENSLAND

Tourism Queensland shows off the state’s natural beauty with a video of turtle hatchlings starting their life at Mon Repos beach.

@FLYAIRNZ

All mums aboard! Air New Zealand celebrates Mother’s Day with a tribute video from the little not so frequent flyers.