Chloe x Halle Get Separate Twitter Accounts, Tease 'So Many Exciting Things Coming'

Chloe X Halle
Driely S.

Chloe X Halle

Chloe x Halle have "so many exciting things coming" -- and they might be coming from their very own Twitter accounts, which the sister duo created Thursday.

The R&B singers showed love to their 1 million Twitter followers before showing off their new individual handles: @chloebailey and @HalleBailey. Chloe Bailey asked her own 151,000-and-counting followers what her new header should be while writing "where the flowers bloom" as her freshly minted bio. Meanwhile, Halle is giving her 91,000-plus followers a "peek into my happy place" where "only positivity and love is allowed."

But what both of their respective Twitter pages already have in common is their love for their Parkwood Entertainment label boss Beyoncé. While coming home to her spot in London after filming the live-action remake of The Little Mermaid, Halle couldn't contain her excitement about the "best surprise" waiting for her: Bey's new "Icy Park" collection.

Chloe, on the other hand, got caught up in a viral mix-up, when Twitter users thought the hairdresser braiding a young Bey's hair in a throwback picture was her. "I'm not even gonna lie i thought that was me," the "Baby Girl" singer wrote back to one inquiring fan.

Chloe x Halle announced the creation of their separate Instagram accounts on Jan. 19 after nine years of being attached to the same handle. The grown-ish actresses, who now have around 1 million followers each on the platform, previously linked up with each other on a tearful IG Live session, where they discussed their long-distance sister bond. Chloe also opened up about her self-love journey in a separate IG Live video on Jan. 31 following the backlash she received about her provocative clips.

"A woman can be strong and stand in her power in every single way," she said while wiping away tears. "I do it musically with my songwriting, with my producing. I feel so bada--. And I get the same feeling when I dance in my room, when I just own who I am and my body. And for so long, I used to think I was fat, and I used to hate my stretch marks and my cellulite. ... But now, I really love who I am."