Recent reports of a proposed Twitter reality show (we wish we were kidding) is not sitting well with two of the "social networking" tool's most famous users:
Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore.
"I hope this isn't true," Demi wrote on Twitter in response to the planned Twitter series. "If it is, our Twitter time may come to a quick and sad end!"
She added, "This would not be a smart move for Twitter!"
Her husband, Ashton Kutcher - the undisputed Twitter king with over two million followers - was equally disturbed by the idea of a TV series.
"Wow I hope this isn't true," the man known as AplusK wrote on his page. "I really don't like being sold out. May have to take a Twitter hiatus."
How tragic would that be? If he were no longer able to post a half-naked Demi Moore pic for the world to see, the world would be worse for it.
Without Twitter, would these two be forced to speak to each other?
As reported by Access Hollywood, Twitter is teaming up with two production companies to develop an unscripted show based on the site. The show would utilize Twitter, dispatching players on the trail of stars in an interactive, competitive format.
Kutcher said the planned show could create a safety concern for celebrities: "I don't want to be stalked!!! It's all fun and games until somebody gets stalked."
While it may seem like everyone is addicted to Twitter, some celebrities actually steer clear of the site. Kanye West, Ben McKenize, Drew Barrymore, Beyonce and Zac Efron, among others, don't wish to tell the world their every move.
"I don't have a Twitter, a MySpace or a Facebook or anything like that," Zac told People. "I kind of value in people not knowing where I am or what I'm doing."
He added that his Twitter updates wouldn't be worth posting, saying, "I'm on the toilet. Still on the toilet. Guys, dot-dot-dot, out of TP. Still on the toilet."
LOL, Zac. And Amen to that.