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Of course Moore, who turned 49 last week, has more pressing issues to deal with, but considering she has more than four million followers on the ubiquitous social media site, she may want to edit her settings and change her inaccurate handle.
It would be unfortunate for Moore to change her Twitter name, since she and Kutcher, 33, were among the first celebrities to adopt the micro-blogging lifestyle. They are so immersed in the Twitterverse their entire relationship can be traced in 140-character updates.
Just today, Kutcher even addressed the divorce news via Twitter, posting: "I will forever cherish the time I spent with Demi," he wrote. "Marriage is one of the most difficult things in the world and unfortunately sometimes they fail. Love and Light, AK."
Before the couple faced Kutcher's infidelity scandals, they often took to Twitter to share happy (and sexy) photos of themselves and trade compliments like: "you are the best. the sweetest and I am crazy about you mr kutcher!" Moore twittered her husband in March 2010.
And in September 2010, the duo thanked their fans for fifth anniversary wishes by posting a Twitpic of them cuddling.
But this fall, the tone of each of their Twitter streams has been occasionally cryptic, and in Kutcher's case, he recently decided to turn over day-to-day oversight of his account to his management team.
So is this the end of Ashton and Demi's Twitter domination? What do you think Moore should change her name to, or should she stay MrsKutcher?