Celeb Big Brother Summer Final Results

Final six booted out from TV house to reality once more.

Winner Chosen.

Tonight the live final of Celebrity Big Brother’s Summer edition is about to end.

The final six housemates, Reality TV stars Dee Kelly, George Gilbey, singer Edele Lynch, Hollywood star Garry Busey, dancer James Jordan and boxer Audley Harrison all became evicted in order to the public votes.

The first two to be evicted would again leave together, voted for singularly.

First out and the eighth housemate to leave the show was Edele. Edele didn’t have much to say. She praised James.

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The ninth housemate was Dee. She didn’t rest her nitpicking on Gary, looking very bitter since their dispute. Dee was on “Team Audley” and threatened to “give David Cameron a run for his money” should he continue victimising her over benefit mistakes on the government’s part.

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Finishing tenth was George. George who quickly moved on to Edele when Stephanie Pratt left just hours last week was discussed. George said she broke up with him in the house. George had brief infatuations with Lauren before she moved back to Ricci. Naive George also praised gameplayer James in hopes to derail front runner Gary and Audley. George said he and James got on because they were playfully “mischievous.” Though he admitted James “did stir” situations.

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James left in eleventh place. Emma Willis made a complete fool of herself licking the producers’ backside by saying James deserved to be in the final three. James said he deserved to be spoken to a certain way. “If someone is rude or obnoxious or not nice I will pick them up on it. James, who chose to verbally insult everyone unprovoked with personal insults. James though “it’s humour” in his warped shell of egotism. He defended it as banter. This was not banter and was vile abuse. James said if they couldn’t take it then “Fu*k ’em!” James who consistently thought he was above everyone continued chopping down Audley, Gary and Lauren.  He said “I know how Big Brother works.” James, who was sacked from rival broadcaster BBC for being nasty, rubbish and self-centered is rumoured, unconfirmed but wide in certain journalistic circles, to have had an affair with a recent Strictly blonde partner. James, who has been considered to have inner bi-sexual tendencies scared to express publicly failed to prance his way to the top of the game. Homophobic, misogynistic, transphobic antagoniser James called himself “the Brad Pitt of Ballroom”

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Runner up and twelfth in the show was Audley. He discussed his arguments with James, who enjoyed winding up Audley. Audley said over James calculated attacks on various housemates “If your not having fun and hurting someone, fine. If your hurting someone, I have a problem with that. You’ve got to be responsible.” Refined gentleman Audley was respectful of his relationship with Gary.

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The winner of this years Celebrity show was Gary Busey. Gary became the first American Celebrity to win Big Brother. Gary called it an honour to be among the “pride and love. And I know why the word Great is in front of Britain” over his stay in the house. Talking of his win he said it was “Because of the respect from this country.” He added the experience explained more about himself allowing him to work on his differences in a positive light. Humbled Hollywood veteran Busey was thrilled to have joined the show and the respect from the Great British public.

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Did the right winner get crowned?

The first to be evicted tonight should have been catty and personal insult slinger James Jordan. The washed up ex dancer, sacked from his own profession on national television has been viciously attacking housemates verbally beyond the point of his defense of ‘fun.’ A bully is classed as someone who goes beyond insulting someone for a point and turns it into their level of personal fun in the instances James displayed in the house. The show was classed as rigged to keep James in for ‘entertainment value’ or phone votes and ratings as its known, by fans and insiders.

Next out should have been Dee Kelly (which she was). Whilst she has been wrongly categorised as a benefits scrounger which were lies, Dee kept her reputation in good stead. Until she launched a vicious tirade on Gary Busey, claiming to be a victim when Gary had done nothing wrong and tried to communicate with her. Unprepared to back down and headstrong, Dee, who only apologised because she thought one would come back, which is not apologetic, proved she is capable of following ob mentality in the house to survive with social grouping. This was her downfall. She then suggested she was “the British public” which unlike FalseFabs who are in tune with public attitude and values, Dee and her aggressive behaviour was not. Let’s get some clarity though, just because she was made into a celebrity from clampdowns on evil benefit cuts from David Cameron and Co. does not mean all benefit claimants are bad, and neither is Dee, ultimately.

The next star to leave should be Edele. Simply for the fact that most of her time was silent, then boring, then non-existent, then a minor moment and then joining the pack in the traditional attacks on Gary because everyone else does and an outlet for her anger was to use the easy option. In terms of entertainment this should have been her farthest road.

Following next should be George Gilbey. He is a fun and lively chappie but once we get past the cheeky monkey and boyish five year old love in, he hasn’t done too much, occasionally gets involved with others were not necessary and can’t hold an argument on his terms. He looks and sounds very childish despite trying to interact and use big words to fit in with bigger celebs. Part of his self can be respected, but this is as much as he should go. You can only be a laugh for so long.

Runner up could have been either, but we would select Audley. He has been composed, caring, considerate and a gentleman. Though this doesn’t alway resonate with viewers wanting to see people tear one another apart as a mob mentality crowd. Audley adds a level of clarity and perspective that holds real and manly values, not boyish charm or idiotic lunacy for television ratings.

The winner should be Gary. He has done enough to be a star in the house, has fascinating stories to tell and wont be spoken down to whilst keeping a dignified and controlled conversation rather than shouting for attention. Regardless of being the first American to come close to winning, he hasn’t been the typical American fame hogger and conniving gameplayer. He has also been a pleasure to watch and learn from for many.

So this wraps up the Summer Celeb edition. The show will return, as usual, in January with another Celeb version. The regular version will be back too later. Channel 5 executive producer has also left the programme after a couple of years, as well as endorsing principals defined and suggested by us. Well Dickie Desmond, are you wise enough to figure out how to make it a success? Or are you blindly too proud you’ll mess up your own show and profile once again? Look at the contact tab for more information.

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Celebrity Big Brother UK 2014 6 and 7 evictions are…

Double eviction before the final begins

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After a break from Friday’s eviction on the home straight Celebrity Big Brother tonight hosted the final evictions before the end of the series on Friday.

Facing a double eviction this evening are all remaining eight housemates boxer Audley Harrison, dancer James 

Jordan, Reality TV stars Deirdre Kelly (Dee), Ricci Guarannacio, George Gilbey and Lauren Goodger, Hollywood actor Gary Busey and singer 

Edele Lynch.

First to be evicted and the sixth housemate to leave was Ricci.

 

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The seventh to leave was Lauren.

 

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Both left the house together as a pair, voted out individually, sharing an eviction.

Ironically, the pair, who were both from the TOWIE (The Only Way Is Essex) and Geordie Shore fakery shows, were also accused of a trying for a showmance in the house, as bother were booted out together.

In their eviction interviews Ricci insinuated Audley was playing games as Lauren disagreed. Ricci who did noting in the house for three weeks, except blend in with the wallpaper, asked Lauren for a relationship, failing to understand her softened, rejective answer of no.

Lauren said she felt awkward and pressured about it. She felt unattracted to Ricci. Many fans accused her of ‘stringing him along’ as others felt was cleverly set up for blame from Ricci, who wanted but failed to receive interest. Lauren said in the house she was more interested in George than Ricci and felt she was “honest” to Ricci from the beginning.

Both were heavily booed by the audience, with Ricci receiving the most.

Deluded muppet Ricci said James was a caring housemate. The audience disagreed. Lauren said “he stirred things” as a constant problem instigator.

The next eviction is on Friday’s final, where the winner will be crowned.

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Scottish Independence: Why a No vote may favour moreso than neglect a notion of political freedom

Scotland’s future. Can it be gambled away on

a whim over disengaged politics?

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The upcoming Scottish Independence referendum is an interesting piece of research as it is political uprising.

Younger voters are most likely to select Yes in favour of an Independent nation whilst elder voters opt towards a No unity to remain as one with the United Kingdom. In the UK, however, this is the opposite with young and elder voters. Yes means to go it alone independently and leave the UK. No however is to remain as part of a sovereign state with the UK. Both have negative outcomes either way. Whilst the majority of Scotland are being convinced Yes will be leading to a new era of Scottish spoils as the No vote is the same old nothingness, voters are as much confused as frustrated.

So there are two choices. abandon the UK or abandon Scotland.

As ever, FalseFabs will always give a two sided fair response to an argument.

Though this does not suggest an improved, clever or structural unity, pulling Scotland away decreases any influence it hopes to have in any effective debate with any nation of the world. Initiated by nationalist pride and smear slingers Alex Salmond and First Minister Nicola Sturdgeon, the Yes voters fail to acknowledge the problem on the horizon. Whose Scotland will this be, say a Yes vote is returned? No, it wont be the ruggish, thugish and loudly cheering mob mentality of Scots. Understand how it works, because the politicians will put you in place as soon as they get their grip on you. This Scotland belongs to Salmond and his eventual successor Sturdgeon. It will never be ‘your’ Scotland.

Framed with seemingly clever national fever and using the politics of Westminster to scaremonger voters desperately calling for change shant benefit the country as a whole. Over the last four years, the UK has been obliterated by the evil politics of David Cameron. He’ll be voted out in 2015, anyway. Personal policies and PR strategising for a totalitarian England has encouraged Scots to do something about it, because politicians down south can be excused of crimes and immoral acts, including recent fraudulent money grabber Maria Miller. Disengaged politically and nationally, Scotland however have misunderstood what is largely at stake. This is a one time deal. Once Salmond gets his hands on Scotland, he will do a David Cameron and penalise the poor, boost the rich corporations (which were also uncovered as corrupt by journalists including the BBC) and carefully craft Scotland for his own personal ego. Salmond wants the opportunity to put his name to being some kind of leader of Scotland for the history books. With no outlook or rationale for a future, Salmond proposes such idea on an empty whim. Full of empty answers and no definitive answer, Salmond avoids every question put to him for potential rainy days in Indy Scotland. So picture the scene. Tomorrow I feel like putting a swimming pool on an aircraft. Next week I want to give out £5 Scottish notes to everyone for free. Over coming months I shall attempt to build a zoo with at least one rare animal of each species in the world. Dream on. This lunacy makes a laughing stock of Scotland, something it has never been seen as before and has always been highly respected by the UK. Now, with Salmond’s attempt at smears, has turned that opinion around to make out the UK are neglectful. Because Salmond has failed to stand up as a politician IN Westminster and never adopt a policy as a strong MP to rivals opinions, which is his job, he wants to run with his tail between his legs and set up his own offshore account. I can see the autobiography now. Alex Salmond: How to build a country.

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As previous Scots have confided in me, who remain anonymous due to abusive backlashes, claim that Scotland is foolish to go independent for a few reasons more than any others. They include that “all Scotland has is Balmoral and that’s The Queen’s home.” Others include being called “Scotchland” with a negative drinking culture and also sufferers of domestic violence.

This has led me to now share a public and private story to explain to defiant or angry Scots who want to simply argue against for invalid reason than listen to a sensible debate on both sides to lead to an informed choice at the ballot box. This is a real story involving a dear best friend. For years this mother was suffering domestic abuse and violence on a regular, mostly daily basis. Her alcoholic husband continued to physically assault her everyday. She was accused of sleeping around, only after her husband’s money and verbally valued as worthless. Her only comfort was going online to chat and play communal games in a community with friends for a few hours. She was also abused for using the computer away from him, based in their kitchen. Using the internet for good, eventually after a few years she finally met someone who valued her. When the time came he managed to help her escape to his home south in the UK. They had a loving relationship classed as soul mates. Sadly, over a few months she suddenly died while on holiday with him. She died of Heart Failure.  The point of this is to also highlight that leaving the UK means there is no chance of escapism, or even finding someone you care for or to live a fulfilled life with should a Yes vote arrive. Where else would you go?

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Leaving the UK means you cannot have it both ways. If you leave then you are ‘on your own’ effectively. After years of guidance and support as party of the homeland country respected, you cannot assume you can have all the fruits of the labour. Leaving the UK is a snub and with it comes consequences. Financially, economically, politically and social issues are key area’s which will change. This is not being nasty, it is a general way of daily routine. You don’t pay (in theory) for other countries you do not live in. Already planning to charge English students attending Scottish Universities yet free for Scots and migrants, Scotland cannot possibly think that tit wont come without tat.

Whilst political and royal interests may be at large for affecting Scotland’s way forward, the UK as well as FalseFabs like and get along with Scots. This, however is not going to keep keen interests with bullish Yes voters assaulting others for a debatable opinion in a democratic society. Such vigilance also does Scotland a huge disservice in public perception making lines ever more blurred with communities. After feeling many hands were given to Scotland as equal and loved citizens no one can blame some Englanders for suggesting they “can go if they wish to run away”. Who wants a Scotland independently shining as a state with egg throwing aggressors capable of stronger violence on its streets when once regarded as a fairly stable society?

Even should a Yes vote be returned, Scotland will have a negative opinion and offer no clarity when it attempts to intervene in diplomatic or political means. This alone will show up the nation and the world will only use Scotland as a bargaining tool to show off to other countries whilst ripping the country off with high investment returns to foreign investment deals. All the while, there will be no return for Scotland. Unsure or Yes voters not entirely convinced can vote No. What’s the worst that can happen? A Yes decision now isolates Scotland forever. A No vote means for now you can stay united, but eventually a debate can be called once more later down the line for a referendum if required. As we have always learnt from political decisions with clouded information to a vote where hasty choices rushed into never make for a good outcome.

Scotland’s reputation will be seen as childish, petty and unimportant. This will isolate and close many more doors than opening them. Shutting yourself off and running away is never a good option for any country. Once isolated, you are also at risk of many other problems. With political you have no influence and are viewed as a spare when required. In society you shall become even poorer and the politicians will have ‘no choice’ but to raise taxes, costing you even more. In economic terms, and with a projection that in 20 years or less one third of the workforce are to be replaced by robots, means you may have no job and rely on state handouts, even if the welfare state is destroyed, continuing levels of poverty for generations. As a worldly affair, you are inconsistent and not a key player in any aspect. By trying to ‘get a voice’ you will be losing it instead. Does that really suggest the confusing notion of Independence or mild manipulation to an aspired, yet empty illusion for Government power to control? The only way to have a voice and be heard is to be involved in the community as a part of it.

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You are free to vote however you like, but many are asking for a rational choice, not a quickly spun jump up and down moment that disrupts a lifetime. We would hope that Scotland remains with the UK. No matter how hard society gets, it is then up to politicians to act on your interests. When they fail it is up to society to take control. However, it should and can never be controlled by public anarchy, as no influence will be attained. Favouring a No vote makes Scotland keep its voice. It’s then up to Scotland to better interact in matters that change society for the better as a communal audience. As we added previously regarding the European Union leaving debate, (https://falsefabs.wordpress.com/2014/04/06/the-eu-deabte-in-or-out/) running away instead of dealing with the problems or concerns at hand IN the hub of the atmosphere offers no weight to your argument and becomes infeasibly weak. To gain a voice you must fight diplomatically as a union than outside. As a nation state, no one is ever listened to when they become an outsider.

Scotland, which in 2013 applied to be a contestant at the Eurovision Song Contest, were rejected because they were a part of the UK. Some say this is another reason and final straw for going it alone. Is it that infeasible to gamble a country away because it couldn’t wait to hear Europe say ‘nul points’ to Lulu, Bonnie Tyler or The Thompson Twins?

No matter how keen to dismantle the state, we cannot simply get out a pneumatic drill and piece apart the Scottish part of the UK border and then drift it out to sea to float on its lonesome. This puts into perspective this entire vote.

It is also interesting to note that while Scottish leaders called for this vote, either a Yes or No doesn’t count as legitimate. In order to hold the referendum, even if they are of Scottish nationality, needs to be passed by all UK politicians in Westminster to allow a referendum which only Scottish citizens can then vote for. This means the vote is not even legitimate and on some level possibly illegal.

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Scottish Yes campaigner and politician Jim Murphy was unnecessarily pelted with eggs from hard-boiled Yes voters, unprovoked at a speech. Earlier in the year, Celebrities, Musicians and Authors were verbally abused for having a No opinion on Scotland’s future. Most notable cases included Harry Potter Novelist J.K. Rowling, who is Scottish, hounded by trolls on Twitter over the matter. Sir Alex Ferguson, John Barrowman, Susan Boyle, Sir Paul McCartney, Sir Sean Connery, Mike Myers, Emma Thompson, David Bowie, Andy Murray and Annie Lennox are just some of many names agreeable to upholding a United Kingdom from Scottish citizens than breaking away instead.

Some Key words to summarise the pull-away vote – No, Voice, Infesible, Poor, Outsider, Nationalist, Run Away, Corruption, Robots, Isolated, Eurovision, Diplomacy.

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Debate: Is Oscar Pistorius Guilty?

The Trial of Oscar Pistorius.

A sexed up Reality TV drama?

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After a heavy trial and public display, Oscar Pistorius’ trial has simmered down, for now, with the public eye. There is however one question everyone wishes to know. Is Oscar Pistorius guilty for the murder of girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp?

Whilst I am no professional in the field of court judge as many others, (which we also respect) we do see further into a situation than many others cannot see. Everyone wants to see the public details on offer to play public detective in this new guessing game, which also undermines the trial and the judicial system in part to the likening of celebritism. Pistorius is not guilty. Whether you like or hate him for his gun culture, attitude of carelessness and seen to be uncaring nature when articulating himself, the state have problems. They have a deceased body on their hands. That’s a fact. Pistorius killed her. That’s a fact. However, it is insanely immoral to prosecute someone, or anyone, for that matter simply because you need a fall guy. Throwing the book at him because the public are watching and the state of South Africa feels it needs to show the judicial system works by sending someone down is rather convoluted.

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Pistorius may have a tough past and horrible gun culture experience, but you cannot go after someone for a public display of fear-mongering, either. He can hope to educate himself better on his use of firearms, like others in society should.

Let’s look a little deeper. While his mind may not work like the rest of us logical thinkers, many faced with intrusion do not have time to be rational. Pistorius, a cripple with artificial legs hears a noise in the middle of the night that wakes him. He’s in bed with no legs. He thinks his girlfriend is next to him. He doesn’t have enough time to get up and shoo a suspected burglar at close proximity away. He has limited time to act, especially for a legless human with impaired movement. He has to get his legs on to move, including fixing them on. It is not rocket science and is a very easy case to attack for a prosecution.

Let’s be clear. We are not the law. We are not supporters of Pistorius. We are not supporters of Reeva either. We tell it how it is because the world cannot seem to understand how it works without a muddled confliction. Though public opinion and media reports often distorted should not be looked upon to make a agreeable decision. This is a serious case. Someone could go down for a murder. It is crucial to obtain the correct result than to get any one for a public on-look. It is very saddening that this happened, and should be a sign to anyone in similar thought positions of burglars to think differently before acting, even if it is limited. Though in certain situations a victim of robbery needs to be allowed self-defence.

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The Hollywood glamour of a public trial is debatable for Open Justice as whether it advances or desabilises court proceedings. While Open Justice is fundamental to democracy and needed, is this case sexed up for media thrill more than its intentions over a hunky, Olympic Paralympian record breaker and his hot model girlfriend?

Our condolences are with the Steenkamp family, but trying to get someone to justify her death would actually be a sham. If anything, Pistorius could be found guilty of manslaughter or recklessness etc. As for murder, which we must get the ruling of very clear, it is strongly believed this did not occur. He shot her accidentally with a moment of confusion. A heightened experience awakening from a deep sleep to hear noises among you whilst with limited bodily capabilities multiples the distress in such a short time of realisation.

This itself would also be a perfect time for others to consider their relationships to firearms with a level of justification than a grab and shot persepctive, including the law upholders most recently with police forces. Unthoughtful reaction time and reliance on weaponry as a tool of availability is what can often cause multiple distress. Whilst it wont change tomorrow, putting the weapon away for a least a while will no doubt move forward a move constructive approach to humanity and establish a moral high ground which can be respected.

Should we continue on this path, it will be one step closer to defining a relationship of autonomous values with independent thought that changes postiion in society, which will does not sound appreciative, will give higher power as a state citizen. These decisions will be come respected by all and are likely to build together communities even further rather than separating them entirely. This allows publics to have a say, be respected and communicate in rational conversation which may be referred to as a defining change in national perceptions.

 

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British GQ 2014 Awards and Alternative ones too

British GQ 2014 Awards

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On Tuesday last week British GQ hosted their Awards of the year bash. Meaning Gentleman’s Quarterly, GQ’s awards cast a doubtful shadow over the legitimacy of accuracy and rightful winners, instead plagued with favourites and ‘hot right now’ winners.

Whilst talented some winners such as Peter Capaldi as TV Personality after just One episode of Doctor Who as the new Doctor aired do not show off GQ as a credible entity to look towards, something it usually prides itself on as a brand. We like Peter, but come on, he only had one episode last week.

Cumberbatch accepts award though still deserved and funny too.

Cumberbatch accepts award though still deserved and funny too.

So below, we shall list the Alternative awards with a list of who SHOULD have won and who COULD win also. The SHOULD have won is clear enough. The second, will be who COULD feasibly win for GQ’s reputation to gain interest and be somewhat deserving of the gong over a joint or compromisable decision, keeping the tone of its brand in tact.

Those in bold are the one’s we would have chosen this year. It’s not personal, but these aren’t the ‘give them an award because I like them awards’.

 

The Alternative British GQ Awards

 

Comedian 

SHOULDMiles Jupp/Jon Richardson/Lee Mack/John Bishop

COULD –  All of above

DID – John Bishop

 

Editor’s Special

SHOULD  – Liam Neeson

COULD – David Bowie, Mick Jagger

DID – Liam Neeson

 

Chef

SHOULD – Micheal Roux Jr.

COULD – Either

DID – Tom Kerridge

 

Designer

(no complaints)

SHOULD/COULD/DID – Christopher Bailey

 

Writer

(no complaints)

SHOULD/COULD/DID – Michael Lewis

 

Breakthrough Fashion Designers

(no complaints)

SHOULD/COULD/DID – Agi and Sam

 

Hugo Boss Most Stylish Man

SHOULD – Gary Oldman,

COULD – Whoever Hugo Boss decides

DID – Douglas Booth

 

International Man

SHOULD –  Jon Hamm, Matthew McConaughey, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Chris Hemsworth, Aaron Paul, Peter Dinklage, Ryan Gosling,

COULD – Jon Hamm, Ryan Gosling, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Chris Hemsworth

DID – Jonah Hill

 

Philanthropist

SHOULD – Sir Elton John

COULD – As above

DID – Tony Blair

 

TV Personality

SHOULD – Josh Bowman

COULD – Ben Whishaw

DID – Peter Capaldi

 

Innovator

SHOULD – James Dyson

COULD – Max Waltham

DID – Ewan Venters

 

Inspiration

SHOULD – Stephen Sutton

COULD – Tom Daley

DID – New Order

 

Sportsman

SHOULD – Mark Cavendish

COULD – Jenson Button, Mark Cavendish, Bradley Wiggins, George Groves,

DID -Lewis Hamilton

 

Entrepreneur 

(no arguments)

SHOULD/COULD/DID – Andre Balazs

 

Special Achievement

SHOULD – Michael Fassbender

COULD – Anyone (in theory)

DID – Paulo Nutini

 

Vertu Breakthrough

SHOULD – Henry Cavill

COULD – (Anyone young and stylish, in theory)

DID – Jamie Dornan

 

Solo Artist

SHOULD – Pharrell Williams

COULD – Jake Bugg

DID – Pharrell Williams

 

Leading Man

SHOULD – Either below

COULD – Damien Lewis, Idris Elba

DID – Colin Firth

 

Humanitarian

(no complaints)

SHOULD/COULD/DID – Ringo Starr

 

Actor

SHOULD – Tom Hiddleston

COULD – Andrew Garfield, Nicholas Hoult, Tom Hardy, Dan Stevens, Tom Hiddleston, Benedict Cumberbatch,

DID – Benedict Cumberbatch

 

Legend

(no complaints)

SHOULD/COULD/DID – Van Morrison

 

Woman

SHOULD – Angelina Jolie

COULD – Dolly Parton

DID – Kim Kardashian

 

Icon

(no complaints)

SHOULD/COULD/DID – Iggy Pop

 

It wont be long before Nicole, Cheryl, Louis Smith and the like of luvvie duvvies get their gongs at this rate.

One thing you can be sure of, every fashion company will now undoubtedly endorse many of the names printed above. Clearly they can’t think who is deserving and need to pilfer from here. That’s because they are mindless at how to run the show. GQ UK Mag, Esquire and the like can hire me for job roles. Hell, even I would be better as GQ Editor in Chief. Make it happen GQ, I will boost your sales, instead of declining them and your reputation you sought so hard to achieve as a credible focal point, along stars of the mag.

The awards had some questionable winners including Tony Blair and Kim Kardashian.

Richard Dodgson – who organised the GQ Men of the Year Awards – said controversy is no bad thing.

“We like to have celebrities at our event who cause a bit of a stir,” he told BBC Radio 5 Live. “So having Tony was fantastic. We like to have people who have opinions and are forthright.”

Clearly trying to make a name for themselves to gather attention, this has been done in the wrong way and Dodgson clearly sees to lack the nature of grasping media in a correct context to establish brand identity. Instead it made laughable fools of them instead.

 

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Celeb Big Brother UK evictions 4 and 5 announced

Celebrity Big Brother Double eviction results in

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After nominating face to face on Wednesday evening tonight’s show evicted two housemates in a double eviction.

The nominated six were James Jordan, Stephanie Pratt, Kellie Maloney, Audley Harrison, Gary Busey and Edele Lynch.

The first two housemates were saved. James Jordan and Gary Busey were both saved by the public vote.

The first eviction saw Stephanie leave the house as evictee number four. Fans felt Stephanie was a game player who was using George Gilbey for favouritism to win votes to stay. She also admitted to being a germaphobe, having issues with cleanliness. On her eviction interview, she said Gary Busey should be “in a straightjacket” since trying to understand her health issues. American housemate Stephanie was reprimanded for her stern shouting at Gary Busey for no apparent reason.

James, who has been purposely snapping at leading man Gary Busey and verbally vindictive to recent transgender Kellie Maloney was saved after mass shock from fans of the show voting.

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Homophobic misogynistic condescender  James earlier attacked Kellie with bitchy jibes using her trans gender change as survival leverage. Kellie entered the house only weeks after taking hormonal treatments during her trans progression further showing victimisation to the community with people like James. The show did not reprimand Briton James at all for his personal comments. The production show continue to be under debate by the voting public who feel the show is editing strategically to protect James in hopes for ratings.

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Afterwards the second to be sent out, in the shock double eviction from the house was Kellie Maloney. Fans viciously boo’ed Kellie after James used her trying to adjust to her trans change as a strategy to turn crowds against her unpredictable mood swing as an effect of her transition. Experts have widely explained it is highly difficult to adjust in later years of trans re-assignment. Kellie is a sixty-one, that’s 61, year old woman.

In her eviction interview Kellie thanked the public who supported her and having her time in the house. Kellie said she felt accomplished on her journey to grow as a woman on the show, and praised her closeness with Dee. Kellie pulled James up over his abusive manner of talking to people after suggesting he was playing games. She called him a “lost soul” after a counselling session. He wants to be “top dog” Kellie added. Aging dancer James was sacked by Strictly Come Dancing months ago. Kellie said she came out as a “better person” from the experience. Kellie finally said “I’ve never used my gender or sexuality” as James falsely suggested.

One week is left  for the final eight housemates with another double eviction Wednesday.

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Celeb Big Brother Third evictee announced. 2 housemates leave. New nominations in.

Third evictee is…

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Last night Big Brother hosted its third eviction of the Summer series.

Nominated for eviction were Kellie Maloney, Angelique ‘Frenchy’ Morgan, Stephanie Pratt, Ricci Guarnaccio, Lauren Goodger and Gary Busey. Catty dancer James Jordan and boxing legend Audley Harrison gained immunity from being nominated.

Glamour model and socialite Frenchy Morgan was the third housemate to get the BB Boot. She thanked the UK for granting her the ‘privileged’ of entering the star studded house. Morgan was regarded by fans as one of the most entertaining and interesting ones, but fell victim to the usual demographic of teen females voting on fickle attitudes and favoured hunks with no shirts on.

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Soap actress Claire King left the house after being admitted to hospital over health concerns. Unable to return, Claire has since forfeited her place in the house, for obvious reasons. Claire became the first ever and most notorious soap ‘Superbitch’ for her fiery role as Kim Tate in Emmerdale.

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NEW NOMINATIONS

After the eviction Big Brother announced the housemates will nominate face to face once more after last week. The six nominated were Gary Busey, James Jordan, Audley Harrision, singer Edele Lynch, Kellie Maloney and Stephanie Pratt.

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Smug, condescending, homophobic, misogynistic dancer Jordan is next in frame for boot.

Friday’s eviction will be a double meaning two housemates are to be democratically removed by the public.

Fans felt Big Brother bosses were abusing the show to keep in disagreeable people in order to keep ratings up, ignoring the process of the show instead.

Jordan, Pratt and Lynch are the favourites to go.

 

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