After one week, over 250,000 followers, and a mere 12 tweets, Megan Fox‘s time on Twitter has come to an end.
“Some of you may, or may not have noticed by now that my Twitter account has been shut down,” she wrote Jan. 10 on her Facebook page, garnering 85,000 “likes” and counting. “I thought that 2013 might be the year that I finally blossomed into a social networking butterfly… but as it turns out I still hate it.”
“Love you guys,” she continued, “but I will just never be that girl. Facebook is as much as I can handle. #I’m Sorry”
Just after the New Year, Fox signed up for her first-ever account on the ever-popular microblogging site. “Against my better judgment, I have finally joined Twitter,” she wrote on Facebook, adding in her first tweet that she was admittedly “late to the party.”
During her short-lived tweeting stint, the actress bemoaned the L.A. Lakers’ losing streak, shared about her mother-duty days of watching children’s flicks, swore it was “cool” to own a “life size R2D2,” and even threw in a little shameless self-promotion.
“I guess I should tell you guys to go see ‘This is 40′ while it’s still in theaters,” she wrote of her latest big-screen project. “@JuddApatow made a really funny movie. Promise.”
But before long, Fox, 26, grew weary of the social media site. “5 days on Twitter and I have yet to discern it’s purpose,” she wrote on Jan. 9. “
Now the new mother — who welcomed son Noah Sept. 27 with her husband, Wedding Band star Brian Austin Green, 39 — will shift her focus to the awards season, now in full swing. It was announced this week that Fox will hand out trophies at Sunday night’s Golden Globe Awards ceremony, joining a long star-studded list of presenters that includes George Clooney, Meryl Streep, Robert Pattinson, Jessica Alba, Jeremy Renner, Jennifer Lopez and many more.
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