Russell Brand has finally made his split from Katy Perry official...on Twitter.
Nearly five months after Brand filed divorce docs, the comedian has unfollowed his ex, "Access Hollywood" reported Sunday. Perry was quicker to unsubscribe from Brand's @rustyrockets account, clicking the unfollow button in January -- less than a month after Brand filed for divorce.
Brand's latest move certainly doesn't jibe with recent tabloid allegations that he'd sent the 27-year-old singer an "emotional email" in hopes of reconciling.
Without Perry, Brand -- who counts an impressive 4.6 million users among his Twitter followers -- is down to an exclusive 73 people on his "following" list, including his “Get Him to the Greek” co-star Jonah Hill, Alec Baldwin, Ellen DeGeneres and comedian Louis C.K.
Brand filed to divorce the popstar in December 2011, just 14 months after they said "I do." Their split, which was finalized in February, was reportedly amicable -- Perry signed the divorce doc with a smiley face and Brand requested no money from his former wife, even though their lack of prenup entitled him to half of what Perry had earned during their marriage. Brand also reportedly gave Perry rights to the $6.5 million home they bought while married.
The social media-savvy pair were the talk of the Twitterverse when fans -- and detractors -- got word of their split in December. Click through the slideshow below to read some of their reactions.