X Factor judge Tulisa Contostavlos has landed herself into trouble after she named the dental firm that gave her £12,000 worth of free treatment on Twitter.
So you might be thinking what’s the big deal? But it comes weeks after she landed herself in hot water with broadcasting regulation giants OFCOM for allegedly endorsing her perfume by doing her signature arm gesture which shows off her tattoo that reads The Female Boss, which is also the name of her perfume. Back in August Tulisa tweeted about her her pearly whites saying:
In an interview with the Radio Times the former N-Dubz singer bragged about her free treatment and all the other free goodies she has received in her X Factor career.
It’s mental, the amount of free things I get offered…. There are things I work to afford and I don’t have to pay for them. It’s ridiculous. I could sell half the free things I have and be able to put a mortgage down on a house.
Is Tulisa wrong for advertising on Twitter, artists do it all the time… right?