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Jodie Marsh hits back at TV presenter Holly Willoughby over This Morning appearance

Mon

Viewers were quick to call This Morning presenter Holly Willoughby ‘mean’ after she let guest Jodie Marsh go through an entire interview with dark red lipstick on her teeth and did not point it out to her. Some labelled it ‘bad girl code’ on social media sites while the interview was going on.

Now Jodie has spoken about the incident and said that she wants to ‘turn today into a positive rather than dwell on a negative’ in a video posted on YouTube. The former model said that ‘someone’ should have told her so that she could clean the lipstick off her teeth and save her some embarrassment. She also added ‘I definitely would have told someone I was interviewing but maybe that’s just me.’

Although she was embarrassed about the make-up faux pas, Jodie also complained that she was not given enough air time to talk about herself as she is now, with presenters Holly and Phillip instead focusing on her past and the person she was fifteen years ago, rather than who she is now. In closing, she added ‘I just wasn’t happy with how it went’.

 

Rylan Clark-Neal describes painful results of overdoing lip fillers

Sat

Former X-Factor contestant Rylan Clark-Neal has always been a fan of cosmetic treatments and he has had several rounds of fillers injections as well as dental veneers. However, after overdoing it with lip fillers the TV presenter found himself in a painful situation on live television.

The 27-year-old revealed in his autobiography The Life Of Rylan that after having too much filler injected into his lips he ended up with his lips leaking the solution on live television. In the book Rylan explains that he was looking forward to his appearance on ITV’s This Morning with hosts Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby but after they chatted and laughed together, the Celebrity Big Brother winner realised that his lips had actually burst open ‘and collagen filler started to dribble out’.

Rylan admitted that he had overdone it with the lip fillers and described the experience as a ‘horror’ before saying that it ‘wasn’t as awful as it could have been’ and the hosts remained professional as the situation unfolded. At first, Rylan tried to say that he had had an accident that had caused the injury but he later admitted the truth and the mishap didn’t stop him from securing a job as the shows presenter, alongside new husband Dan.

 

TV presenter Holly Willoughby has plenty to smile about right now.

Fri

When the 31-year-old appeared on television in a toothpaste commercial some viewers questioned that her dazzling smile really was all white, but now advertising watchdogs have declared that Holly is, in fact, whiter than white.

Any suggestions of TV trickery have been totally repudiated by the Advertising Standards Association, who, after examining the raw film footage provided by Oral-B, ruled that the television images in the advertisement for the maker’s 3D White Brilliance toothpaste were genuine.

The investigation into the advertisement came after some viewers said that Holly’s teeth were so white that the image must have been digitally enhanced, while others suggested that her teeth were so clean and bright that she must also have undergone professional whitening as well as simply using the toothpaste.

Holly, the beautiful co-host of ITV’s This Morning programme, responded by issuing a statement confirming that she had used the advertised product over a two-week period prior to filming and she had then noticed that her teeth were visibly whiter than before that time.

She also said that the commercial truly and accurately represented her opinion and experience of using the toothpaste in question.

The advert for Oral-B 3D toothpaste, manufactured by Procter and Gamble, featured a man and a woman sitting on a bus with a voice-over that said: “When you smile, the world smiles back. Introducing Oral B 3D White Brilliance toothpaste.”

The ad then backed up the claims with an appearance by Holly, revealing her own perfect white teeth, who declared: “You see! No one can resist the perfect white smile. That’s why Oral-B 3D White is always part of my beauty regime.’

In its report, the ASA said while there had been some changes to the original footage, the outcome did not misleadingly exaggerate the effect of using Oral-B 3D.

It went on:: “We examined both the graded and un-graded versions of the ad and noted the overall appearance of Ms Willoughby’s teeth in the ad had not been significantly modified. Because Ms Willoughby had used the advertised product for a two-week period prior to filming the ad and noticed visibly whiter teeth, her teeth had not been whitened prior to filming the ad and her teeth had not been significantly modified during post production, we considered the ad did not exaggerate the efficacy of the advertised product.”

You could say that, as far as Holly was concerned, it was smiles better!

Viewers complain about Oral-B toothpaste advert

Thu

For the second time in as many weeks a celebrity endorsing toothpaste has found themselves at the centre of numerous complaints regarding the quality of the product they are advertising. ITV This Morning host Holly Willoughby is part of the ad campaign for Oral-B 3D White Brilliance toothpaste but viewers have been questioning how natural her white teeth really are and whether the company are giving the impression that the toothpaste can whiten teeth almost as well as a professional treatment.

Viewers suggest that Holly’s teeth have been digitally improved or that the whiteness is from professional whitening rather than just using the toothpaste for two weeks. The firm that owns Oral-B, Proctor & Gamble, have confirmed that the presenter did use the product over a two-week period and found that her teeth where noticeably whiter, without any help in post-production.

Regardless of the complaints the Advertising Standards Agency sided with the company, finding that, despite some minor changes to the original footage, the outcome was not exaggerated to the point where it could be considered misleading to consumers. The Agency stated that ‘We examined both the graded and un-graded version of the ad and noted the overall appearance of Ms Willoughby’s teeth in the ad had not been significantly modified…. We considered the ad did not exaggerate the efficacy of the advertised product. We therefore concluded that the ad did not breach the Code.’

Holly Willoughby considers Botox for the future

Wed

This Morning presenter Holly Willoughby might look fresh-faced and well turned out for the cameras, but the 31-year-old has admitted to LOOK magazine that she hasn’t dismissed the idea of Botox treatment to maintain her beauty in the future. When asked about the possibility of anti-aging injections, Holly answered ‘Never say never. One day, I imagine. I’d be lying if I said I wouldn’t.’

Although she doesn’t seem like someone who needs any facial enhancement, the mother-of-two commented that there’s nothing wrong with surgical treatment but it has to be reined in eventually; ‘If you want to go and have a little something done to make yourself feel better, good for you.’ She said, adding ‘There’s a limit. These things get addictive.’

Holly went on to talk about the infamous make-up free photograph she posted on Twitter, which was captioned ‘Lunch done, Me however still in nightie! Makeup!x’ Although it seems the presenter is not always as confident after having a drink, ‘I definitely notice it.’ She told the magazine, ‘After a night on white wine, I wake up looking ten years older.’ Holly also shared her own hangover cure with readers, saying ‘I swear by 100 per cent agave tequila. Agave’s a natural antihistamine, so you don’t get that bloating or redness the next day, and you don’t feel hung-over.’

Holly Willoughby gets invisible braces

Wed

Holly Willoughby gets invisible bracesThis Morning presenter Holly Willoughby has had invisible braces fitted in a bid to perfect her glowing smile.

The blonde bombshell showed off the new additions in a photograph uploaded to social networking website Twitter on Tuesday (June 7th).

Willoughby, who also appears on ITV2 panel show Celebrity Juice with Keith Lemon and best friend Fearne Cotton, revealed she will be wearing the braces for the next two months.

In the photograph, the mother of two's mouth accessory is barely noticeable, yet will work effectively to straighten crooked teeth.

Willoughby is not the first celebrity to get invisible braces in a bid to improve the appearance of their teeth.

Popstar to Operastar presenter Myleene Klass also opted for the dental treatment on her bottom teeth to perfect her smile.

The former Hear'Say member showed of her braces, which were fitted behind her pearly whites, during an appearance on This Morning last year.ADNFCR-2621-ID-800571172-ADNFCR

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