Amanda Holden has alerted fans and made it clear she is not happy after scam artists used her name to promote diet pills.
The Britain's Got Talent judge, 48, took to social media to discourage fans from buying the product.
"I have been made aware that a company is using my name (amongst many others) to sell a Keto Diet," Amanda wrote on Twitter.
"I have not given consent for this and have no partnership with this company. This is a scam!! So please be careful and do not sign up to this as they will take your money."
The 48-year-old has previously made her views on dieting clear, claiming that she is not a fan.
In an interview with MailOnline, she said: "You have to enjoy life. I eat everything. Drink everything.
This is a scam!! So please be careful.
"I had a friend once who didn't make it to her 50s and her biggest regret was she spent her life on a diet. I don't diet," she added.
Instead, Amanda prefers to workout in order to stay fit and has shared snaps of her enviable figure online.
Last year, she wowed fans with bikini shots showing off her toned figure while she was on a family holiday in Corsica.
Fans went wild, with one saying: "Sizzling and I'm not talking weather!!!"
"Amanda you look absolutely Incredible darling x," said another.
She once discussed her secret for staying in shape, revealing: "I go to a fitness camp in Portugal before the [BGT] live shows. I'm a vegetarian, so for me it's lots of avocado, chickpeas, and quinoa salads as well as hikes and boxing."
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