Miley Cyrus fans are going through withdrawal now that she's shut down her Twitter page.
Just like that.
Until now, Cyrus was constantly sending tweets about everything from what she ate for lunch to song lyrics that moved her.
Fans are spilling over with comments, like: "Twitter is not the same," "I miss her so much" and "I'm her biggest fan."
Her dad, Billy Ray Cyrus, apparently thinks the same thing.
He is using his Twitter page to write: "Miley. You are a light in a world of darkness. You were born "Destiny Hope Cyrus" for a reason. You can't leave everyone now. We r countin on u."
The teen pop star was one of the most popular people on the microblogging site, with more than 1.1 million followers.
But the account for the 16-year-old Cyrus is no longer available.
In one of her last posts, she wrote that Liam Hemsworth, her co-star in the upcoming film "The Last Song," wanted her to delete her Twitter account " with good reason."
Publicists for Cyrus didn't immediately return requests for comment Thursday.
Fans of Cyrus have organized on Twitter under the heading "mileycomeback," which was one of the most popular topics on the site Thursday.