Talentless uberbimbo, BBC Radio One-presenting chav-in-chief, Fearne Cotton, has made one of the most ludicrous statements to the press.
Ms Cotton (let’s not forget she is related to Bill Cotton, the former Head of Light Entertainment at the BBC – who went on to become Managing Director of BBC Television), has claimed that people who point out her many shortcomings are – to use her own word – ‘bullies’.
It’s time to set the record straight, for the intellectually-challenged Ms Cotton. I’ll do this in the nicest, non-bullying way possible.
On this argument, Ms Cotton, as on many other things, you are completely wrong and vapidly clueless.
It is not bullying to point out that someone is a talentless airhead.
It is also not bullying to point out that the BBC – Ms Cotton’s employer – has *never* published the listener figures for her radio show, whilst those of her predecessor were regularly published.
Similarly, it is not bullying to point out that as well as lacking a combination of fundamental industry knowledge, Ms Cotton also lacks talent; she is surviving on personality alone, ability continues to evade her with daily regularity.
The fact is, Ms Cotton, the BBC’s jubilee coverage was at its most best ‘lacklustre’ and at it’s most worst it was ‘dire’.
Please learn to accept criticism, Ms Cotton; it’s what makes us better people.
Or most of us, anyway.