Uh-oh... Lily Allen and Liz Hurley are just two of a number of stars who could soon to be facing an investigation by the Office of Fair Trading into their behaviour on Twitter!
Why would the Office of Fair Trading be interested in the inane celebrity ramblings of Lily Allen and Liz Hurley? Because the A-list stars may have been paid to plug products on Twitter by, erm, Tweeting about them. You see, if they endorse products for cash without declaring an interest then they may have breached government rules - even if they really are their favourite products...
Lily Allen, for example, happily Tweeted away last year about Sony Playstation and Grey Goose vodka - saying in one Tweet, "Whoop Whoop!!! Grey Goose vodka in the house". Now, it may just be that the 25-year-old 'Smile' singer loves nothing more than a night in swigging vodka and playing Playstation, but if she was actually paid to mention them, and didn't declare it, then she could soon be hearing a knock on her door courtesy of Her Majesty's boys in blue.
Liz Hurley, meanwhile, Tweeted "Packing for Barcelona... about to slap on some Estee Lauder Bronze Goddess fake tan" and "Oooh, best mascara ever, Estee Lauder's Sumptuous". Liz did, of course, appear in Estee Lauder ads for over 17-years, so she probably does have a few products lying around.
The stars probably won't face jail though... The OFT is most likely going to be given the right to fine them. Heavily.
Noticed any other celebrities plugging products on Twitter? Let us know below if you have!