Twitter index: The Collective, Bieber’s car

On Tuesday, June 18, Twitter users are buzzing about Australian boy band The Collective and an alleged incident involving Justin Bieber's car.

Australian boy band The Collective offered fans Tuesday a chance to "unlock" a sneak preview of their latest song "Another Life". In order to unlock the song fans of the band had to Tweet "#TheCollectiveAnotherLifeUnlock", the day's top trending non-promoted Twitter trend.

Having reached the required number of Tweets under the hashtag, the group tweeted, from their official account @TheCollective12 a link to a 31-second teaser of their forthcoming song "Another Life" on twitmusic.com. The teaser for the song can be found at https://www.twitmusic.com/thecollective12/songs/the-collective-another-life-teaser.

Elsewhere on Twitter fans of Justin Bieber are wishing the best for the pop star's car after, according to an exclusive on TMZ, the vehicle was involved in an incident on Sunset Boulevard, Hollywood. TMZ later updated their story to add that the police have cleared the pop star of any wrongdoing.

The top 10 most talked about topics on Twitter on June 18 at 12:30pm GMT are:

01. #ContreEnquete [Promoted]
02. #TheCollectiveAnotherLifeUnlock
03. #PrayForJustinsCar
04. #TurkeyNeedsWWAT
05. #ÜlkesiniSevenAdam
06. #3words
07. DNI
08. Brazil
09. Iraq
10. Fed


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