I know! You could have knocked me down with a feather when I found out!
This startling new revelation occurred during the ongoing ‘did BBC drop ‘Countryfile’ presenters because they were boot faced harridans?’ dispute that the ‘Mail’ unaccountably feels is gripping the nation:
The executive at the centre of accusations of ageism at the BBC said yesterday that looks did not matter on television.I suspect Miss Hunt’s not being entirely truthful there, but so what? It applies to men equally as well.
Miss Hunt, 43, denied appearance was important in television and insisted she had ‘never considered the way someone looks’ when deciding to put them on screen.
Richard Armitage didn’t get lead roles in ‘Spooks’ and ‘Chris Ryan’s Strike Back’ due to his amazing thespian skills as evidenced in BBC’s ‘Robin Hood’. He got them for his ability to fill a pair of leather trousers very well indeed.
Charles Dance and Richard Head are both getting a bit long in the tooth, but have plenty of female admirers for whom they could recite the telephone directory and still pull in a fair old audience…
Observers were quick to point out, however, that she has placed considerable importance on her own appearance at the hearing this week with three different outfits over three days.HOLD THE FRONT PAGE!!!
On Tuesday she looked sombre in a black coat with lace-up high heels and dark tights. The following day she was photographed wearing a military-style royal purple coat and a gold chain necklace. Yesterday she modelled a bold red coat with a black skirt and heels.The hussy!
Burn her! Burn the witch! BURN HER HEATHEN CLOTHING TOO!
That this appears to be an aberrant occurrence to the ‘Mail’ reporters must, I’m sure, say something profound about the sartorial elegance and attention to toilette of female ‘Mail’ journalists.
I’m just not sure what….