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Naomi Campbell just made the same mistake as Scott Disck (who knew that would ever be a sentence?!).

The superstar model took to Instagram the other day to share a pair of new runners she received.

But, she made a massive boo-boo by posting the entire email she got to tell her what to write for the caption.


But then, she made another Scott Disick error and deleted the original post, only to pop it back up again without all the niceties.

We ALL know what you did, Naomi.

Ah, well. We all make mistakes, right?



It might be wise for James Arthur to stay off social media for a while for the sake of his career.

The X-Factor winner has now dumped his PR on Twitter and asked his fans to apply for the job.

James left Twitter last year after a string of cringe incidents, leaving his management to take over the account.

But it seems he is unhappy with their representation – in particular, the overuse of excited hashtags, and decided to take matters into his own hands.

Arthur tweeted, “HQ please stop writing things like “we think you would #LOVE This and that” or “everybody #GETDOWN and buy this…”

The Impossible singer went on to offer his fans the PR job tweeting, “This job is now going to an actual fan. Who wants the HQ job? #LOVE.”

He also invited his followers to design the album cover for his upcoming mix tape All The World’s A Stage.

“Seeing as though I’m doing this for the fans and I’m not charging for it I would like you to design the front cover,” he said.

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