TV presenter Holly Willoughby wore clothes last night on telly.
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What the fuck?
It's another week and another plunging neck line for controversial Dancing on Ice presenter Holly Willoughby.
Clad in a daring, curve-hugging scarlet gown, the glamorous star, who is becoming famous for her revealing style of dress, resembled racy cartoon character Jessica Rabbit.
No she fucking didn't.
The bejewelled garb hinted that Holly is not going to change her sartorial taste amid complaints from ITV viewers about her generous cleavage.
'Bejewelled garb'. There's a writer desperately trying to prove they can write. Maybe so they can write stories about something other than, er, someone's dress.
Backless apart from a slim sash of material, the former underwear model's 32D figure was enviable but may attract more criticism from the celebrity ice-skating competition's fans.
Despite a public backlash, Holly claimed she cannot understand what all the fuss is about.
What? What's the bloody problem?
Anyway, just in case you weren't aware of just how 'controversial' Willoughby was, there are several photos to let you know. Let's not forget in the recent Mark Dixie trial, police found evidence of him masturbating over a copy of the Daily Mail. Obviously pleased with that kind of readership, they're hoping for a few more one-handed 'readers' to wank themselves into a frenzy over some bird off the telly in a slightly revealing dress.
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...into the Mail. The poor bitch.
Sure, I know that newspapers nowadays are all about candyfloss and fluff, as well as persecuting minorities and telling lies about taxes on the rich, but seriously, wasn't there a time when 'what someone wears on TV' would actually not be considered newsworthy? So some woman wears clothes? Big bloody deal. It's just a springboard for the usual woman-on-woman hatred in the comments that the Mail seems to foster so well. Surely there was a time when this wasn't news. Wasn't there?