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Imogen Thomas hits back at Nick Hewer for calling her stupid on Twitter.

London, Jan 31 ( ANI ): Imogen Thomas has blasted Nick Hewer for calling her stupid on witter over the weekend.

The former girlfriend of Ryan Giggs reacted to the comments made by 'The Apprentice' about er, and in her quest to prove to the world that she's not stupid she took to her micro blogging ite to get back at Hewer.

"Now she's giving out bloody prizes at awards ceremonies? What is her talent? What is her alue?" the Mirror quoted Hewer as writing.

"Fame and celebrity for doing nothing is very seductive to very stupid people.

"Sleep with a married footballer and you are a celebrity. Where is the value in that?"

The glamour model read this and got fairly angry about it on Twitter.

" My talent = A model. Stupid... well I have a BS'c degree. I don't go 2 award ceremonies. y value = I'm a human being. The same as every1 else," she wrote.

A series of fair points, but sadly Imogen's entire argument was undermined by the fact that her rofile picture is of herself at an awards ceremony.

One of her fans quickly wrote: "@Imogen_Thomas Babe, I love you, but your display picture is ou at an awards ceremony. Just before your haters pick up on it..."

But it was too late if anything, the poor tweeter highlighted the picture to Imogen's followers. ANI )

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