Not sure if this was a simple slip of the tongue by the host of The X Factor, Dermot O’Leary, or if in fact he was simply expressing exactly what everyone else in the country has been thinking for some time now. Only joking Katie, we actually refuse to watch the soul sucking programme, which you so desperately need to be on. Thanks to Hot Lauren for the tip.
WARNING – NSFW LANGUAGE.
We have no idea who Audrina Partridge is, but after sailing through many pop culture websites we discovered she’s some sort of American television personality. In other words yet another vacuous, ex-reality TV star devoid of talent. The reason she came to our attention was due to the video above of her drunk as a skunk, poop mouth mother who was filmed by the paparazzi celebrity photo journalists outside a nightclub in LA, continually insisting that her ‘baby girl is gonna kick ass becasue she’s a f**king star. Before letting it slip that she and her daughter are to star in their very own reality series together. White trash parents living off their siblings undeserved financial success on shitty, pre-scripted, so-called reality TV programmes. Is this what it has come to? Bargain basement.
We don’t watch British TV here at HMS Friday, mainly because most of it is utter crap. From the little we’ve seen of Channel Four’s, ‘ain’t it grim up north’, series Shameless, we’ve not been that impressed. It always struck us as trying too hard to be controversial. But obviously American TV producers saw some potential in the programme, so much so they went and remade the entire series with William H Macy in the pivotal role of Frank Gallagher, this time struggling to keep his family of misfits together in the city of Chicago. We’ve also been reliably informed that another Channel Four series Skins has been given the US treatment too and early word suggests that it’s also a bag of no use.
N.B. Notice the change in music when the ‘heartfelt hardship’ portion of the trailer kicks in around the 3.15 mark? Nothing tugs at those heart strings than relatable human struggles, especially when set to quirky, xlophone based music.