News tweets: Tupac, Secret Service and Seacrest

For the week of 15 April, here is the news - condensed into 10 topical tweets, some more serious than others.

1. A 24-year-old won a Pulitzer Prize, according to a depressing e-mail from your mother.

Comedian Matt Goldich (@ MattGoldich ) after 24-year-old Sara Gamin won the Pulitzer Prize for her work on the Penn State child abuse scandal.

2 . Evidently no truth to the rumour that CNN has offered Piers Morgan's job to the Tupac hologram.

Journalist Chris Lehmann (@ lehmannchris ). A hologram of late hip hop artist Tupac Shakur performed at the Coachella music festival.

3. Well, time to get a head start working on ideas for 150th anniversary of Titanic.

New York Post film critic Kyle Smith (@ rkylesmith ) on the tail-end of Titanic memorial festivities, including two Twitter accounts that live-tweeted events as they would have happened on the ship.

4. Angelina Jolie is so damn skinny, Brad Pitt had to have the engagement ring taken in.

Comedian Joan Rivers (@ joan_rivers ) after Brangelina finally decided to make it official.

5. It's really ridiculous for the Secret Service to "investigate" Nugent for his comments. TIP: He is Ted Nugent. He talks like this.

Slate writer Dave Weigel (@ daveweigel ) after Ted Nugent said he would be "in jail or dead" if President Obama was re-elected, which many took as a threat to harm the president.

6. Help us Ryan Seacrest, you're our only hope.

New York post editorial writer Josh Greenman (@ Joshgreenman ) in response to Dick Clark's death at 82. Seacrest is considered the heir to the New Year's Eve throne.

7. I miss the old days when the Secret Service was serviced secretly.

Actress Bette Midler (@ BetteMidler ) after members of the Secret Service were caught in a prostitution scandal.

8. Now you've all done it. You've guaranteed a dog question in the first Romney-Obama debate. Possibly from Wolf Blitzer.

Atlantic writer Conor Friedersdorf (@ conor64 ). In response to the many attacks the Romney campaign received for once travelling with the family dog on the roof, they pointed out a detail in Obama's memoir that his step-father fed him dog meat as a child.

9. The phrase "The best Nicholas Sparks film since The Notebook" is a warning, gentlemen. A clear, bright warning.

GOP strategist Rick Wilson (@ therickwilson ) will not attend a midnight screening of The Lucky Ones.

10 Donate to the Obama campaign to win dinner with George Clooney? One way to court the women's vote.... North America editor Claudia Milne (@ claudiamilne ) sees an ulterior motive in the latest Obama fundraising scheme.