The folks at Twitter should probably expect a call from Blake Lively sometime soon.
Not only has someone set up a fake Twitter for the former Gossip Girl star called @iam_blakelively, but it also appears to be verified with the blue and white check mark graphic and has 87,000 followers. Another "verified" account has almost 140,000 followers.
"That's not good," she told me at tonight's Chime For Change: Sound of Change Live concert in London. "It is strange. I think it's a little odd."
It sure is. "I have fake Twitters and Instagrams," Lively said. "None of them are me."
Not that she has anything against the social networking platforms.
"I think [Sound of Change's] message is everyone has a voice," Lively said. "To see Madonna on stage with a young woman who had to fight to get education and here she is standing in front of 52,000 people, a billion at home, I think it's incredible to see the equality."
"A woman is a woman and everyone has a voice and everyone can make a difference," she continued. "And now because of social media, it used to be celebrities could reach the masses, but now everyone can have their voice heard."
Just don't expect to hear Lively's voice coming from Twitter.
Sound of Change featured performances by Beyoncé, Jay Z, Jennifer Lopez, Rita Ora, Florence + The Machine, Mary J. Blige, John Legend and Timbaland. Presenters included Madonna, Lively's husband Ryan Reynolds, Jessica Chastain and Zoe Saldana. More than $4.3 million was raised to help fund women's and children's rights organizaions worldwide.
For more from the concert, make sure to check out Monday's E! News at 7 p.m. and 11:30 p.m.