For some reason, yesterday, Debbie Harry was trending on Twitter. I mean, why isn’t Debbie Harry trending on Twitter every day, really? As a response to the random outpouring of love for the iconic singer, Harry’s response was rather morbidly funny. Fellow Blondie member Chris Stein contributed to the trending topic with a snippet of a group chat conversation with Rob Roth. “Chris why am I trending. Did I die?” she texted. “If you did, let us know,” Roth replied.
The whole encounter is very droll, capturing the depressing mantra of Twitter: The Site Known for Endless Devastation. Thankfully, Harry is very much alive, and her trending has only supplied us with more reasons to love her.
See the interaction below, and check out some of the recently shared scenes from Debbie’s past.
‘Debbie Harry’ still trending this morning (From the group chat yesterday) pic.twitter.com/AUgr2rzZN8
— Cʜʀɪs Sᴛᴇɪɴ (@chrissteinplays) January 18, 2022
Debbie Harry and David Bowie 1977 pic.twitter.com/6IHuiTy3YW
— Volume Swing Trader (@robinsteenberg2) January 18, 2022
Debbie Harry with Kermit the Frog, 1970s. pic.twitter.com/TX3WEpwhFd
— Classic Rock In Pics (@crockpics) January 12, 2022
TIL Harley Quinn’s Suicide Squad 1 look is inspired by Debbie Harry pic.twitter.com/5n70391jFc
— Damian ???? (@aanarkissed) January 17, 2022
Debbie Harry, Joey Ramone & Tina Weymouth. pic.twitter.com/v1I4kX4J23
— Graham Crosby (@Gracro5) January 15, 2022
Debbie Harry and Ronnie Spector, 1979. ???? pic.twitter.com/eqrXYu0IKl
— Groovy History (@GroovyHistory) January 13, 2022
Debbie Harry & Joan Jett, 1977. Photo by Chris Stein. pic.twitter.com/2Ebk3rPyEV
— Classic Rock In Pics (@crockpics) January 16, 2022
The fact that Debbie Harry is trending purely for being Debbie Harry just feels correct.
What a goddess ❤️ pic.twitter.com/ZqqC198EhN
— Marc (@MarcHasNoFilter) January 18, 2022