Demi Moore

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She's ba-a-ack!

Demi Moore, aka @mrskutcher, sent us into Twitter heaven when she tweeted for the first time since Jan. 7.

And while we couldn't be happier that the social media enthusiast is back and ready for more, we're still scratching our heads as to why the ode to ex-husband Ashton Kutcher is still attached to her Twitter handle.

What's up with the @mrskutcher moniker that reminds all 4.9 million of Dem's loyal followers that she is going through a painful (and public) divorce?

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Seriously, we find it very odd.

Months ago Demi fired back at all of her followers who insisted she get down with a Twitter name change after her split in November.  

"Changing my twitter name isn't a top priority right now. sorry it bothers so many of u. should I not tweet until I do?does it really matter?" Demi tweeted in December.

And at the time, we totally supported the babe's decision. In the wake of all of Demi's drama—a painful cheating scandal, filing for divorce and a stint in rehab—a name change on the social media site was understandably the last thing on Demi's mind.

But now?

Girl's fresh out of rehab, has a new movie with Miley Cyrus and she's already tweeted twice to her adoring fans. Not to mention nothing—absolutely nothing—will happen when Moore decides to make the inevitable switch. Seriously, Demi's followers will simply see a new name next to her photo if she goes back to "Moore"—which, if we want to get technical, is her legal name.

But in the tech-savvy world that we live in today, we've come to expect some kind of virtual notification when a couple calls it quits. (Facebook relationship status, anyone?)

So is it fair for us to ask the same of dear Demi, or should we simply let the babe be? Vote in our poll, and then let us know why you think @mrskutcher hasn't changed her name in the comments.

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Should Demi Moore switch her Twitter handle ASAP?
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