Amanda Holden has been left furious after being linked to an online Keto Diet pills scam.

The 48-year-old Britain’s Got Talent judge spotted fake adverts for ‘Amanda Holden Keto Pure’ but has assured her followers they have absolutely nothing to do with her.

Taking to Twitter, she wrote: ‘I have been made aware that a company is using my name (amongst many others) to sell a Keto Diet.

‘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 adverts Amanda has warned of claim to be endorsed by celebrities that promise to help users lose weight ‘without diet or exercise’.

One of the fake ads claims the mum-of-two has ‘spent the past two years developing a line of highly potent and effective diet and wellness products that she claims are the solution for those who don’t want to resort to plastic surgery, expensive meal plans, or endless hours in the gym.’

The fake ad also includes a fabricated quote claiming to be from Amanda.

It reads, ‘I want every woman to be confident about her figure. The modern woman simply doesn’t have the resources, be it time, money, or both, to maintain the body she had in her twenties.

‘But now with Keto Pure, there’s a ridiculously easy way to lose weight without having to make any lifestyle adjustments!’

Amanda is not the first celebrity to have been hit by fake advert scams.

Holly Willoughby has also been targeted in the past and was linked to diet pills on a website named Cutting Edge Salon.