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Top 10 Twitter Trends of the Week

LOS ANGELES (CBS) With the help of WhatTheTrend.com, here are the top 10 Twitter topic trends of the week:

1) Soccer/Football

In this April 5, 2010 photo, Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick leaves after speaking to members of the media at the team's NFL football training facility in Philadelphia. AP Photo/Matt Rourke

The 18-year-old rebellious soccer player Neymar Jr. had been punished by the coach of Santos FC, and the coach was fired as a result. Manchester United and Liverpool also had their share of tweets.

2) Twitter

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A Twitter security flaw affected thousands of users as maliciously tweeted javascript could cause a person to execute commands just by clicking their mouse over a link on Twitter.com.

3) NFL

In this April 5, 2010 photo, Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick leaves after speaking to members of the media at the team's NFL football training facility in Philadelphia. AP Photo/Matt Rourke

Football is in full swing. Michael Vick returned to the NFL, starting in his first game since his dog-fighting arrest.

4) RBD

Long has called for a national ban on same-sex marriage and his church counsels gay members to become straight. In 2004, he led a march with Bernice King to her father's Atlanta grave to support a national constitutional amendment to protect marriage "between one man and one woman." He also has released several gospel albums, authored books on relationships and spirituality, and hosts a weekly television program. CBS/The Early Show

A fan of former pop group RBD recorded an unintentionally hilarious YouTube video, complaining about how a website had written RDB instead of RBD.

5) Brazilian VMAs

The Brazilian VMAs aired and were hosted by Roberto Justus. The most discussed trend was how every time the Brazilian "happy rock" band Restart was awarded a category on the MTV Video Music Brazil awards, they were booed from the audience.

6) Justin Bieber

Justin Bieber poses in the press room with the award for Best New Artist at the MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday, Sept. 12, 2010, in Los Angeles. AP Photo/Chris Pizzello

Bieber continues his reign on the Twitter charts after winning the Brazilian VMA for "Best International Video." Brazilian fans showed their love.

7) Bishop Eddie Long

Long has called for a national ban on same-sex marriage and his church counsels gay members to become straight. In 2004, he led a march with Bernice King to her father's Atlanta grave to support a national constitutional amendment to protect marriage "between one man and one woman." He also has released several gospel albums, authored books on relationships and spirituality, and hosts a weekly television program. CBS/The Early Show

Prominent church leader Eddie Long was accused on Tuesday of coercing two of his male members into having sex when they were teens. A total of four men have come forward.

8) Harry Potter

A trailer for the upcoming "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" has been released.

9) Yom Kippur

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Yom Kippur is a sacred day for Jews; it's the Day of Atonement. Jews fast in order to purify themselves and be written in the Book Of Life for the next (Jewish) year. The holiday began Friday, Sept. 17, 2010, at sundown.

10) Gossip Girl (TV Show)

Actor Ed Westwick arrives for the Ray-Ban Remasters event at the Bowery Ballroom Tuesday, Dec. 9, 2008 in New York. AP PHOTO

"Gossip Girl" character Chuck Bass returned as part of the fourth season. He survived a shooting at the end of season three.