Demi no longer @mrskutcher

Demi no longer @mrskutcher

Demi Moore is no longer @mrskutcher, in real life or on Twitter.

The 49-year-old actress changed her Twitter name to @justdemi.

Moore and Ashton Kutcher, who often used the micro-blogging site to post pictures of themselves and proclaim their love for one another, announced the end of their marriage in November.

In April, Moore asked her followers on the site for suggestions for a new handle.

TV personality Piers Morgan suggested: “How about @mrsmorgan?”

Moore said she would “have to get clever” because so many names on the popular site have already been claimed.

She wrote that it was “so hard finding a name that was fun somewhat playful and available”. She said her new name “could grow on me”.

Moore has nearly five million Twitter followers.

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