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webbo3 | 22:35 Sat 19th Sep 2020 | Media & TV
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https://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/news/tv/britains-talent-fans-spot-alesha-18964571

Last week we had the neck kneeling this week we have Alesha Dixon with a BLM necklace, do we need political messages on a light entertainment show, I won't be watching this again along with the cricket, football, and F1, fed up to the back teeth with the constant advertising of this nasty group.

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I agree, no more from us either webbo
Yes we do!!!
I didn't watch tonight and I won't be watching again.
I never noticed her necklace, I am too busy looking at how stratospherically gorgeous she is.

No more viewing, enough is enough.
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AH,
\\I never noticed her necklace, I am too busy looking at how stratospherically gorgeous she is.//

I agree, very beautiful.
It's only a neckless.
You think she’s gorgeous AH? Should’ve gone to spec savers...
Ummm. It’s more than a necklace, it’s political statement. Insidious and inappropriate.
I think that you're all getting worked up for nothing!!!!
david small, quite right. Light entertainment shows are not a suitable platform for political statements. They do politics ... they lose viewers. Shrug.
These political statements however small, are creating racial division.
I watch the show for the acts not the jewellery of the judges.

Did you switch off the minute you saw it Bobbi?
andres, //These political statements however small, are creating racial division. //

Absolutely right!

https://www.theanswerbank.co.uk/Society-and-Culture/Question1721118.html
so would it be ok for amanda to wear a wlm necklace ?
// They do politics ... they lose viewers. //
then they wont do it - they are in business after all

no bums in seats no moolah ....
oh hahahahaha

didnt Harold wilson come on - - - top of the slops? to wish the england squad good luck in the cup they won 1967
the song - - - was one of the many england football songs where the second verse is .....
la-la-la-la
(those are the words not the notes)
Don't wish to be pedantic and steal your moniker, Pete, but it was '66 :-)

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