Concerned about Demi Moore’s Twitter account?

Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher

In the wake of last night’s news that Demi Moore was getting finally a divorce from Ashton Kutcher because he just can’t stop sticking his cock into things that aren’t his wife (“Am I married to this electric pencil sharpner? Whoopee! *whrrrrrrrGGGGGZZGZGGT!*”) you would figured that most people would be focused on the important parts of the proceedings, like splitting assets, or instances of infidelity. Instead, here’s Us Weekly asking the oh so important question: what should Demi change her Twitter handle too now that she’s no longer @MrsKutcher?

Demi Moore is going to want to change her “Mrs. Kutcher” Twitter handle. On Thursday, the 49-year-old announced with “great sadness and a heavy heart” that she and Ashton Kutcher were ending their 6-year-marriage. The Two and a Half Men star, 33, tweeted that he would “treasure” his time with the actress. But will Moore, who has over 4.2 million followers on Twitter, want to keep her future ex-hubby’s last name in her user ID for the microblogging site?

Once again, I’m going to say it because the last three times apparently flew over your heads: This. Is not. Journalism. The front page of the Toronto Sun (it’s like Canada’s version of the New York Post, but so much worse) has more journalistic integrity than this. I know that neither Ashton nor Demi have really done anything important in the past couple years and being pretentious on Twitter is the only thing they have anymore, but focusing on Twitter in the middle of a divorce is just being ridiculously lazy.

Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher

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