Mark Ronson, Katy Perry, Subways – what we've learned on Twitter this week (Sept 18)

All the best tweets from your favourite musicians

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It's the end of the working week again, and our favourite musicians have once again been sharing their thoughts in 140 characters or less on Twitter.

Here's what we've learned from their posts, including Katy Perry's reaction to Kanye West's outburst at the MTV VMAs, Mark Ronson's pledge to climb Kilimanjaro and The Subways singer Billy Lunn's somewhat delayed reaction regarding Arctic Monkeys getting to headline Reading And Leeds Festivals last month.

Here's some of the best tweets from the past week, spelling mistakes and all:


Billy Lunn, The Subways: I can't believe Arctic Monkeys allegedly received £2,000,000 for their Reading/Leeds shows. Whaaaaaaat??

Erol Alkan: I just heard a dog perfectly bark the first 4 notes of 'i love you just the way are'!

Mark Ronson: last night i told my friend Kenna that i would attempt Mt. Kilimanjaro with him and several others as part of his charity climb. i was sober

Alex Kapranos, Franz Ferdinand: Do you people know how hard it is to write a fucking song?

Wild Beasts: Keith Floyd dies from a heart attack, aged 65. I declare a day of national mourning. Everyone gets pumped on brandy.

Mike Skinner, The Streets: listening to my new album. once it's in the shops i'll never listen to it again but for next few months it'll be the only thing i listen to

The Chapman Family: Dear The Television, it's not fuckin "Fall" it's "AUTUMN" and it's not "Season" it's "SERIES." Yank aping wankstains.

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