November 13, 2009 | 3:30 pm
Posted by Mihal Levy
It was love at first tweet for Emmy Rossum and Adam Duritz. Well, almost.
On Thursday, Rossum explained on the radio show Valentine in the Morning that she was invited via Twitter to tour with the band Counting Crows this past summer on a dare. “They dared me to come sing with them a song that I’d never sung before …” So she accepted, of course (who would reject a dare?), and joined the band on tour; from then on, it was history.
Rossum recently separated from her husband (music executive Justin Siegel) in August. Now, she is going public with her relationship with Adam Duritz. Duritz seems to wind up with the good looking women of Hollywood, having dated Courtney Cox, Mary-Louise Parker and Jennifer Aniston. From Counting Crows to counting his blessings or his Hollywood women. “I get why chicks dig him,” Emmy told People. Maybe it’s his hair?
Twitter apparently is not just for updates anymore; now dares are included, and maybe even finding one’s beshert. So if you are single, you never know. Maybe you too can be tweeted from a dreadlocked rock star. Phew, I’m safe…I’m married. But then again, so was she.
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