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Thursday 18 December 2014

Girls Aloud star Nadine Coyle’s Tweets hit by hacker

Nadine Coyle
Nadine Coyle
Nadine Coyle
Nadine Coyle
Nadine Coyle
LONDON - FEBRUARY 18: (UK TABLOID NEWSPAPERS OUT) Nadine Coyle performs at the Brit Awards 2009 held at Earls Court on February 18, 2009 in London, England. (Photo by Dave Hogan/Getty Images)
British band Girls Aloud react after collecting the Best British Single Award at the Brit Awards 2009 at Earls Court exhibition centre in London, England, Wednesday, Feb. 18, 2009. (AP Photo/MJ Kim)

Nadine Coyle has had attention drawn to her skinny frame for the second time this year by a weight-obsessed Twitter hacker who broke into the Girls Aloud star’s account.

A fake update on the Londonderry singer’s Twitter page read: “Remember that diet I said I was going to try last week? Well one week down and I lost 11lbs.”

Yesterday, Nadine responded on her website: “Sorry guys but my Twitter has been hacked again. We are trying to fix it. Don’t listen to anything on there until I have it back.”

In April, a hacker wrote on Nadine’s page: “Time to hop on the scale. Wish me luck.”

A few minutes later another tweet was uploaded: “I lost eight pounds in one week off this diet. Feeling so good.”

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