Lily Collins is the most dangerous celebrity to search for online, according to research by software company McAfee.
The actress and daughter of Phil Collins is more likely than any other star to lead you to a dangerous website, the company found.
Browsers following the search results could have ended up inadvertently downloading viruses, receiving spam, being targeted by phishing or leaving themselves open to other online attacks.
The annual analysis by McAfeee sees the company search celebrity names with the words “free app download” and “nude pictures”.
It then determines what proportion of the results have a chance of leading to a website that poses a threat to online users.
Raj Samani, chief technical officer at McAfee EMEA, said: "We have got used to accessing the latest gossip and pictures of our favourite celebrities on demand.
"But we need to remember that cybercriminals take advantage of the latest cultural trends, new movies and hit TV shows to target unsuspecting consumers seeking more information.
"These criminals want to lureus to unsafe sites that can severely infect computers and devices and even steal personal data.”
McAfee's analysis also made a number of other findings about which celebrities are most dangerous to search for online.
The most dangerous singer to search for is Avril Lavigne, followed by Katy Perry, Britney Spears and Rita Ora.