The ‘horror’ of Amanda Holden after a fake weight loss scam claims the BGT star uses diet pills.
After being targeted by a scam weight loss ad, AMANDA HOLDEN is said to be “horrified.”
Amanda Holden is said to be enraged after a false advertisement claimed she was the face of keto diet pills.
According to reports, the fake advertisement also claimed that she had a falling out with Britain’s Got Talent producers because she had lost too much weight.
The commercial also implied that the 50-year-old actress had left her long-running TV show, Britain’s Got Talent, which is false.
According to The Sun, Amanda was the face of fake weight loss ads that were posted on Facebook.
The fake ads claimed that the blonde beauty had enraged ITV executives after losing “too much weight” after only six weeks on the pills.
They also claimed that the TV star had “put on the pounds” and used Keto diet pills to shed pounds.
Other TV stars allegedly endorsed the weight loss product, according to the phony ads, including Holly Willoughby, Emma Willis, and Alesha Dixon.
The TV personality is said to be “terrified” after seeing the ads on the internet.
“Amanda is horrified that she’d be targeted in that way – the last thing she wants is for her fans to be duped into buying a product or believing she’d quit BGT,” a source told the publication.
Amanda Holden’s representatives were contacted for comment by this website.
Scammers have previously targeted the talent judge on the internet.
Amanda was enraged when her images were used in another fake keto ad in 2019.
The on-screen character took to Twitter to air her grievances while exposing the fake news.
At the time, the ITV star issued an advisory to her fans.
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“I have been made aware that a company is using my name (amongst many others) to sell a Keto Diet,” Amanda wrote in a enraged post.
“I have not given my consent and have no affiliation with this company.”
“This is a rip-off!! Please be cautious and do not sign up for this because they will steal your money.”
Amanda, on the other hand, has recently created a stir.
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