Carol Vorderman: Countdown host calls for help as she issues warning amid ‘scam’ discovery
Carol Vorderman reveals blunder she made at Japanese restaurant
Carol Vorderman, 60, has taken to Instagram this evening to warn fans after learning about a fake social media account which had been set up in her name. The Countdown legend also called on her 77,000 followers to help her with the situation by reporting the account if they receive any messages from it.
Addressing the incident, Carol penned: “NOTICE OF A FAKE ACCOUNT trying to contact followers.
“Dull I know but the account @carolvorderman12 is fake….
“If you could help me and report it if they contact you that would be great. Thanks.
“I don’t want anyone to be scammed,” the presenter explained.
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Directing fans towards her official Instagram account, the maths expert concluded: “@carolvorders…this is me.”
Carol regularly uses her official Instagram and Twitter accounts to update fans on her life behind-the-scenes.
The television personality recently admitted she is “addicted” to tucking into Brussels sprouts during lockdown in another post this evening.
Speaking out on the divisive festive food, Carol said: “Currently eating FOUR BAGS a week…..#SproutAddiction.
“’Love me, love my sprouts’,” she added.
The star then informed her 455,000 Twitter followers that she eats the vegetables “by themselves”.
She divulged when quizzed on what she eats with the snack: “Just by themselves…..
“Get baby ones and they are delicious..quite nutty,” the host advised.
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Elsewhere, Carol recalled the moment she didn’t realise edamame beans looked the way they do during a dinner meeting with an ITV boss at the restaurant Nobu.
The presenter said she smothered the dish in soy sauce and began eating the food item as a whole.
Explaining further, she said on her BBC Radio Wales show: “One of the bosses Harry took me to the poshest Japanese restaurant in the whole of the United Kingdom, which is called Nobu.
“So, I went and I ordered Edamame beans which are like little soya beans and they came like peas in a pod, but I didn’t realise.
“I thought because they came unopened, they looked like the pod but its like a very hairy pod.
“And I’m with the boss at ITV, and I’m like, ‘Yeah, I’m doing this show and doing that show’.
“Instead of opening the pod, I put soy sauce all over it and started munching on the entire thing.”
Leaving her co-stars stunned, she added laughing: “Then you’re committed aren’t you.”
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