It Takes Two presenter Rylan Clark managed to keep a positive spirit on Twitter when he shared the concerning news someone had tried to access his account
Rylan Clark has implied scammers have tried to hack his bank account.
The Radio 2 DJ joked he was “poor” following someone attempting to access his account.
Taking to Twitter on Monday night, the It Takes Two presenter shared an update with his 1.6million followers online.
“Someone’s tried to get into my account ain’t they,” the 33-year-old wrote.
Poking fun at the situation, Rylan added a gif from the popular movie Bridesmaids to his tweet.
In the image, Kristen Wiig ‘s character Annie can be seen in turmoil on a plane, delivering the famous line: “Help me, I’m poor!”
Assuming Rylan had been the victim of a potential fraud, fans rushed to console the former X Factor star.
“Nooooo! Hope they were blocked,” one concerned follower wrote.
Another added: “Me too, had a scammer bank phone call good job there’s nothing in my account!”
The Mirror has contacted representatives for Rylan for comment.
A potential hack wasn’t enough to put a dampener on the star’s evening, with the DJ returning to Twitter a few hours later to share some good news.
The BBC Radio 2 host revealed his show, Rylan on Saturday, has an impressive 2.3 million listeners.
Posting a graphic showcasing the stats, the star added: “Thank you so much.”
He also added a red love-heart emoji and tagged BBC Radio 2 into the tweet.
Followers and fans rushed to congratulate the star – welcoming his return back to the airwaves.
“Love your Saturday afternoon show, glad to have you back on the air,” one Radio 2 listener told the star directly.
Another added: “The good rises to the top. You’re one of the best. Keep smiling for you and no one else. Take care.”
Earlier this year, following some personal troubles, Rylan took some time away from his TV and radio show commitments.
The much-loved presenter made a welcome return to his hosting duties in September following a hiatus after the breakdown of his marriage to Dan Neal.
Fans were delighted when he made his big Radio 2 comeback and the star thanked listeners for their kindness and patience.
The radio presenter said he was focusing on his mental health and was grateful to be returning to the “jobs he loves”.
Upon his return to BBC duties, Rylan asked bosses to change his name on the credits.
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The multi-talented star now appears to go by Rylan Clark once again – after previously adopting the moniker Rylan Clark-Neal after his 2015 wedding.
The star’s credit on It Takes Two now reads ‘Rylan’, instead of the full ‘Rylan Clark-Neal’, and the presenter has also removed any reference to a surname on his social media accounts.
“He thought it was best to have a fresh start and the easiest way to do that was to go back to just one name,” Strictly sources told The Sun.
“He didn’t want to make a big fuss – just to change it onscreen.”
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