Demi Moore, Twitter

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Demi Moore never pulled a Courteney Cox or Eva Longoria by bothering with a hyphenate or legal name change when she married Ashton Kutcher.

But there are still about 4.29 million people who know her as @mrskutcher.

Amid reports that she met up with Ashton Kutcher for about an hour at a friend's house over the weekend and has now left for Hawaii, the actress' lips are remaining sealed. Heck, she hasn't even bothered to change her very married-sounding Twitter handle yet.

And when she does...

Absolutely nothing will happen.

"Changing your username will not affect your existing followers, direct messages, or @replies," Twitter helpfully informs users. "They will simply see a new username next to your picture when you update. It is advisable to send out an update to your followers before you change your username, because any replies or messages sent to your old username will not be associated with your account once you've changed to your new username."

Oh, don't worry about alerting all your followers, Demi—we bet the news will get around.

In the meantime, the usually very active Twitter user has not posted any messages since last Thursday, just hours before she released a statement announcing her intent to end her marriage after six years.

A rep for Moore tells E! News that there is no further information being passed on at this time.

Kutcher, on the other hand, used his Twitter and new account to express his feelings about his marriage's demise—but he, too, has remained uncharacteristically silent since the news broke.

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