Lily Allen has broken her self-imposed Twitter ban with the announcement: "hello, I'm back."
The pop star told her followers she was setting up a new office in London and had "some really exciting stuff to share", suggesting more tweets are likely.
Allen made her last post on the site back in September, when she revealed she was turning "neo-luddite".
Some interpreted the move as heralding the beginning of the end for the micro-blogging site, which has enjoyed runaway success in attracting users.
Since then another prolific celebrity tweeter, Stephen Fry, has toyed with quitting following an online disagreement with another user.
After being criticised as "boring", he tweeted: "Think I may have to give up on Twitter. Too much aggression and unkindness around."
But like Allen, he appears to have rediscovered his enthusiasm for the medium and is providing a steady stream of updates to his followers.
My guess is that she missed the internet assuring her that she's not fat: