Zoella's Quit The Internet
(For a few days)....
Since it's emerged that vlogger Zoella got somebody to ghost write her record-smashing book, 'Girl Online', there's been trouble in her beauty box paradise.
'Girl Online' has smashed every record in publishing history since it was released last month, though the news that she didn't actually write it has troubled more than a few people.
Though the Youtube star has come clean about having "recieved help" for the novel, it seems the mix of speculation and criticism has got too much, as she's tweeted the following:
The news of ‘Girl Online’ being ghost written has evidently caused some problems, leading to a hefty online backlash. Though the vlogger, whose real name is Zoe Sugg, has since addressed the claims that she ‘had help’ writing the book, digging has been done into the rushed nature of ‘Girl Online’’s publishing.
The 24 year old beauty queen thanks “Amy Alward and Siobhan Curham, who were with me every step of the way” on the inside of the book, which is about a blogger whose site goes viral after she gets with a rock star. It is known that Alward is her editor, and Curham is supposedly a writer who specialises in teen fiction.
We're wondering what the girl who lives online will do during her Internet rehab...