All the celebs who’ve weighed in on the Cinnamon Toast Crunch saga

A tall tail, er, tale has taken over the Internet. What exactly was in that box of Cinnamon Toast Crunch? Earlier this week, comedian Jensen Karp tweeted out images of what appears to be shrimp tails found in his box of Cinnamon Toast Crunch. The cereal saga has gone super viral. General Mills asserts that the thing that looks like a shrimp tail is nothing more than “accumulation of the cinnamon sugar.” Celebrities, though, weren’t buying that explanation and said this was a bonafide Cinnamon Toast Crustacean. “Boy Meets World” star Danielle Fishel — who is, surprise! married to Jensen — tweeted that the General Mills assertion put her  “truly at a loss for words.” She later added, “I usually wait for lunch to eat shrimp.” Click through to see what other celebrities are weighing in on the fishy story…

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“It would be a travesty if @JensenKarp became best known for finding shrimp tails in his Cinnamon Toast Crunch,” Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda tweeted. “He is also a razor sharp comic mind, an accomplished gallery owner and curator, spectacular radio and podcast personality, and all-round good dude. For the record.” Jensen replied, “Thank you, buddy. My new nightmare is my obituary.”

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“Pranked my office early for April Fools. I told them we’re having shrimp cocktail for lunch! #CinnamonToastShrimp #CinnamonToastCrunch” –Barbara Corcoran

“This is the most engaging saga I’ve seen on Twitter in a while” —Holly Madison

“You win!” –Seth Rogen

“The way people felt about the Oprah interview, I feel about this. Need constant updates and commentary” –Pete Holmes

“Guess who was in a #CinnamonToastCrunch commercial?” Jenny Lewis tweeted along with a link to the throwback commercial. She added the hashtag “Cinnamon Toast Crunch ShrimpGate.”

“SHUT IT DOWN!!! @CTCSquares” –Jon Taffer

“Jensen I am so shook” –Rebecca Black

After Jensen Karp said he got a voicemail from General Mills with “7 seconds of silence,” WWE icon CM Punk tweeted, “Take the seven seconds of silence to a zoologist to see if it’s in a shrimp frequency.”











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