We might just have witnessed the birth of "crurnalism" with that. It was definitely more "witness the witless" than it was "witness the fitness". (Yes, that was an outdated Roots Manuva reference there.)Oh no, I’m getting flashbacks. That really has to go down as one of the most sensationalist, dehumanising pieces of cr... “journalism” I’ve had the misfortune to witness.
But there was also that other nonsense bit, wasn't there, where Dooley looked at a model on a shop poster or a magazine cover (I can't remember which) and said something like "If you told me she was 12, I'd believe you."
Which surely only proves the lengths she would go to to cater to her own misconceptions.