Demi Moore Returns To Twitter After Her Stint In Rehab


Demi Moore aka @MrsKutcher is back tweeting on Twitter. Before she checked herself into rehab, Demi was pretty active on Twitter. Since she checked herself out of rehab last month, she’s been pretty MIA … until now. Demi posted a new photo and asked her Twitter followers to help her come up with a new Twitter name … clearly @MrsKutcher is no longer appprorite. Check out Demi’s photo and read a few more of her latest tweets.

Testing…. / Time for a change, twitter name change… any suggestions? / collecting all the suggestions! thank you. keep them coming!! / I saw a piece of heaven smile at me and was reminded it is not how much we do but the appreciation with which we do it!

Well … I guess it’s good that Demi is gettin’ back on the horse and is getting back to her normal routine. She used to love sharing on Twitter … then, understandably, she was no longer in a sharing mood. Now that’s tweeting again and, thankfully, looking for a new username, maybe she can let her normal routine help heal her. I can’t help but feel bad for Demi. She got the short end of the stick with that ALLEGEDLY cheating husband of hers. Here’s hoping she is able to find someone new to treat her the way she needs to be treated … after she is able to treat herself in the matter she deserves.


  • rOXy

    I am not well versed in the Twittersphere but what’s wrong with @DemiMoore?

  • ben lodin

    Wow. You may want to run that through a grammar and spell check.

    • GrammarNazi

      If you’re talking about Melissa’s writing I SO agree! It’s hard for me to read her posts because of how terrible her grammar is, especially when it comes to comma use. I’ve tried to be patient because I love Trent and I know how daunting it can be to start a new job, but Lord! It’s getting to the point where I’ll search the topic she’s writing on and read it on another website rather than read her posts. It may sound mean, but the atrocious grammar is just too distracting!

    • GirlieGirl

      This is Trent’s post.