But plenty of stars from our fair state share information about themselves without being asked, by way of their Twitter accounts, including Von Miller, Ryan Tedder, Lindsey Vonn, the Lumineers and more.
With 2017 winding down, we dug into their pages to find their most memorable tweets from the past twelve months.
Here are our top ten picks. Count them down below.
Denver Broncos linebacker, former Super Bowl MVP and hilarious Old Spice pitchman
I made this about me making this. pic.twitter.com/LiiKFnFKdQ— Von Miller (@VonMiller) September 6, 2017
OneRepublic frontman, songwriter for the stars, Christmas-ready fashion plate
A band that's keeping hope alive
One of the main reasons many fans are optimistic about the future of the Colorado Rockies
9News weather predictor and someone who doesn't want to be either boring or super-lame
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Star of '70s action classics such as Foxy Brown and plenty of more recent flicks, too
I’m asked why do I think I’ve had a long career? My answer, “Because I put Richard Pryor’s injured horse into the backseat of my Jaguar sedan to take to the vet. It made him laugh.— Pam Grier Ph.D (@PamGrier) December 2, 2017
I have a sense of humor.
Governor of Colorado, who didn't freak out when gazillionaire Warren Buffett whispered sweet somethings into the ear of his significant other
Robin receiving a secret stock tip Friday night from Warren Buffett-the funniest-and greatest-oracle Omaha ever had! pic.twitter.com/TT9rq30uxJ— John Hickenlooper (@hickforco) April 23, 2017
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Broncos legend and executive — and given how the team did this year, we wish the news he tweeted out below had been real
Rumor of us being interested in anyone other than the QBs we have is another example of irresponsible, fake news!!— John Elway (@johnelway) August 9, 2017
Skier extraordinaire, not exactly a Donald Trump fan — and someone whose Halloween costume definitely inspired a "WTF?"