Demi Moore Returns To Twitter, Continues Using Married Name

After a three month hiatus, Demi Moore has returned to Twitter — and she's still using her married name as her handle.

Since the actress was hospitalized in January — and throughout her subsequent stint in rehab, reportedly to be treated for addiction and an eating disorder — she took a break from the social media site, on which she's had a strong presence. But Moore returned to Twitter this week, posting her first tweet to her nearly 5 million followers: a photo of herself, along with the caption: "Testing…."

In the picture, Moore is laying on a bed, wearing black pants, a gray shirt and her glasses. Her legs are crossed.

And while Moore has returned to Twitter, she hasn't changed her handle, which remains @mrskutcher. She filed for divorce from Ashton Kutcher in November and it was following her split that she lost a significant amount of weight and then was hospitalized after she smoked a substance "similar to incense" and began "convulsing," according to the 911 call placed from her home. She was later treated at Cirque Lodge in Utah, spent time on Turks and Caicos Islands and otherwise has stayed out of sight.

As for her soon-to-be ex-husband Kutcher, he's been linked to screenwriter Lorene Scafaria, with whom he vacationed in Italy over the holidays, and then — just over the weekend — he enjoyed an intimate dinner with his former "That '70s Show" costar Mila Kunis. "Ashton was touching Mila's hand and Mila was all dressed up," an eyewitness told X17 Online. "She looked hot. This was definitely more than a dinner between friends — this was a full-on date!" However, a pal close to Kunis told Us Weekly that the duo is "so not dating. They've been friends for years... Definitely nothing going on there."

And there's nothing going on between Kutcher and Moore — well, on Twitter away. Although many of her followers tweeted greetings and welcomed her back to the Twitterverse, her ex — who has over 10 million of his followers — wasn't one of them.

Life goes on.