He’s not the first celeb to do it and he sure won’t be the last.
One Direction’s Zayn Malik has decided to delete his personal Twitter account over abuse he’s received on the social networking site.
He’s now encouraging fans to get in touch with him via the band’s official Twitter. But only if they’ve got something nice to say, mind you.
"The reason I don't tweet as much as i use to, is because I'm sick of all the useless opinions and hate that i get daily goodbye twitter," Zayn tweeted before removing his account.
"my fans that have something nice to say can tweet me on the one direction account. :) x"
Zayn’s girlfriend Perrie Edwards and her Little Mix bandmates also deleted their personal accounts earlier this year after receiving a torrent of abuse, and now just have one official Little Mix Twitter.
Known for her peroxide blonde locks, Lady GaGa has shocked us all by going back to her natural state of brunette – well "Louis Vuitton brown" actually.
"Definitely feeling less blond lately and little more progressive brunette. I am LOUIS VUITTON BROWN. BITCH THATS LV."
The Born This Way star posted a picture of her new chestnut hair on Twitter – but she decided to leave a little streak of her trademark blonde.
"I'm gonna leave one streak of bad by my left ear. Lady when its down, and GaGa when its up. could we belong together?”
But she soon changed her mind.
She later added: "i think I'm gonna do away with this blond streak, feeling like a purist. gosh i forgot what it was like to have soft hair!"
So what do you think – do you like GaGa’s new 'do?
Crazy lady Pink has admitted she’s terrified her baby daughter Willow will grow up to be just like her, and make the same mistakes she did.
Pink told Closer magazine: “Because I'm terrified of having a girl like me. I'm just banking on the fact that we rebel from our parents. She'll be like, 'Loud music? Tattoos? That's disgusting'. But I don't know. It's all karma I guess for all the bad things I've done.”
Pink, 32, is known for her wild ways and has even admitted taken drugs for the age of 13.
And despite Willow only being 14-months-old, Pink says she can already see some of her own personality traits in her, including her feisty nature.
"Willow thinks she's really good at sharing, but if the other kid doesn't take the toy she'll bash them over the head with it. She's a very aggressive sharer!
“But everyone is always like, 'Oh Willow, she's so cute'. So now nobody tells me how cute I am anymore! I can't help being the jealous type.”
We still think you’re cute Pink – if that will stop you being mean to us…