The Apprentice star Ryan-Mark Parsons is back with his exclusive Daily Star Online column, this time taking a step away from your favourite television shows and looking at Molly-Mae Hague 's Italian food fiasco too.
Of course, Ryan-Mark is still giving his thoughts on a few of the biggest moments from the box, including Amanda Holden and her shock Britain's Got Talent wardrobe U-turn and the return of Gemma Collins ' reality show.
It seems nobody was more surprised than Ryan-Mark to see Amanda wear something that covered up her assets for a change.
And it's safe to say he's not a fan of Diva Forever and Ever, either.
Maybe OnlyFans is more suitable, Amanda?
Amanda Holden has finally given in. It seems the plethora of Ofcom complaints about her low-cut dresses was merely too much for her to handle, goodbye cleavage. We won't miss you.
The Britain's Got Talent judge opted for a more conservative look for the final, albeit a dazzling semi-sheer dress with gold embellishment.
Meanwhile, this left one viewer incredibly upset, Piers Morgan.
On Good Morning Britain, the hostile host said: "I wanted to ask her why she didn't wear a more revealing dress to the final of Britain's Got Talent, I was personally very disappointed."
This was after Amanda pulled out of the morning show last-minute, leaving Piers distraught.
However, I'm pleased Amanda is making steps towards a child-friendly BGT; if she's so keen to show off every aspect of her body perhaps OnlyFans would be more suitable?
This could also be a reason why ratings have plummeted versus last year, with 3.6million fewer viewers — says a lot when everyone is stuck indoors.
Perhaps anxious parents hiding their children away from the screens? Who knows.
It's just been a catastrophically terrible year for BGT, and I can't even remember who won.
Only slightly less boring than Little Mix: The Search (that's not an achievement by the way).
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Enough! Gemma, you are not Kim Kardashian. You will never be Kim Kardashian. Stop trying so hard.
The desperation is more noxious than the fake tan.
The reality star, self-proclaimed egomaniac GC, is back with her utterly pointless and moronic reality series.
Somehow it was re-commissioned… the mysteries of life.
The show follows Gemma around the UK, from working in her Essex-based clothing store, trips with friends and eating. Doesn’t it sound thrilling?
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At least the Kardashians are filthy rich, have 20 Rolls Royce cars, multi-million dollar mansions and covers spanning from Vogue to Vanity Fair. Americans are blessed!
What do we have? An ex-car salesperson with the most rambunctious, irritating personality and style that would make anyone want to turn their screens off — some significant differences.
The most excitement from this new series was Gemma visiting Yorkshire Wildlife Park to adopt a polar bear (on the edge of my seat writing this).
She also ends up meeting a friend and talks about her never-ending on-off relationship with James Argent.
Here’s hoping it becomes somewhat more riveting next week, perhaps we’ll see Gemma visit a local Tesco or even see her drink some water. Can’t wait!
Molly-Mae’s Italian drama
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Jetting off to fabulous destinations during a pandemic, all the while being paid, isn't enough for Molly-Mae Hague.
No! She demands the highest quality food and service wherever she and her PrettyLittleThing brand deal goes.
After causing several social media meltdowns this year, whether that's adopting a puppy from Russia, which tragically died in a matter of days or running an £8,000 giveaway on Instagram, you would think that would be it for 2020. Wrong!
Her distaste for authentic Italian food during a recent trip to Venice has caused mass upset.
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In an online caption, Molly-Mae said: "I absolutely loved Venice but one thing I will say about Italy in general… the food is actually shocking? … I'm always so disappointed. It's meant to be the home of pizza and pasta and I really can't see how! Strange. Even this ice cream was grim."
Of course, she's entitled to an opinion, but please don't act so innocent when you see an online backlash.
Making such general sweeps about a country's food – which is largely celebrated around the world – will instigate a reaction.
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It's the arrogance that gets me; if you say something, own it and expect a response, especially with a large following and media spotlight.
I found it hilarious when social media users pointed out her taste for bland chicken, unseasoned baby potatoes and wet broccoli.
How could she possibly have the audacity to call Italian food shocking, it’s laughable beyond belief.
I also wonder how these career influencers can yield so much power.
They rely on their looks for everything, and the business savviness is usually their management.
But somehow they can draw in millions of followers who idolise and copy everything they see or hear, like sheep walking into an abattoir: clueless and fatally embarrassing.
Modern-day Britain, ladies and gentlemen.
- Amanda Holden
- Molly-Mae Hague
- Gemma Collins
- Ryan-Mark Parsons
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