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Amanda Holden has warned fans to avoid a website she said is using her name to sell diet products. The Britain’s Got Talent judge, 48, said the site claimed she was behind a range of “highly potent and effective diet and wellness products”. In a post to her 2 million Twitter followers, Holden said she had not partnered with the diet business, called Keto Pure, nor had she consented to have her name appear on its site. She warned fans to stay clear or risk falling victim to the “scam”. I have been made aware that a company is using

Emily Green