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Cutecircuit's newest creation: a Twitter dress!

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Celine Wang

on 18 December 2012

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CuteCircuit's Twitter Dress The necktie dress, You may have seen Lady Gaga's meat dress, But have you seen CuteCircuit's Twitter dress? With about 2,000 led lights that display live tweets and over 500 Swarovski crystals, it's the first of its kind. And because it's the first of its kind, a special person is chosen to display the dress. That special person turned out to be Nicole Scherzinger. Scherzinger was born in Honolulu, Hawaii on June 29, 1978 and was raised in Louisville, Kentucky. Her mother's name is Rosemary Elikolani and was a professional hula dancer. Her father's name is Alfonso Valiente. Her parents separated when she was young and her mother married Gary Sherzinger. Her full name is Nicole Prescovia Elikolani Valiente Scherzinger. How to display your tweet on the Twitter dress: 1. tweet your note on #tweetthedress It's that easy! Sadly, most of us missed the date to tweet our messages on the special night when Nicole Scherzinger displayed it on Thursday evening at Battersea Power Station. But... If you tweet your message now, somewhere, wherever the Twitter dress may be, it will still display your message!
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