Los Angeles, Calif.- Talks of a Twitter reality series is circulating around the biz, and rumors has it that it will feature the lives of the site’s most famous users: Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore.
Apparently, the celebrity couple is not happy about the news-they may even put their Twitting to an end in case the news comes to life.
“I hope this isn’t true,” says Demi during the Memorial Day weekend. “If it is our Twitter time may come to a quick and sad end!”
Demi’s other half meanwhile, the undisputed Twitter king, Ashton, is as well rattled by the talks of a TV series.
“I really don’t like being sold out,” he writes on his Twitter account. “May have to take a twitter hiatus.”
“I don’t want to be stalked!!” he continued in his post. “It’s all fun and games until somebody gets stalked.”
Twitter, the hit micro-blogging site made famous by Ashton Kutcher, announced that it is on the works of an unscripted reality series with Reveille productions and Brillstein Entertainment Partners. The show would also allow Twitter users to compete against each other and let them track down the latest news about celebs who happen to be members of the said site.
But while Hollywood is getting more and more into Twitting, some of the most famous celebs are not fans of such social networking and blogging sites, including Zac Efron, Kanye West, Drew Barrymore and Katie Couric.