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BBC One is gearing up for its spectacular event titled BBC Children In Need Appeal show that will take place this Friday on the 16th of November.
And whom better to kick off a show for kids other than some of the best kids in the music business aka One Direction!
Here's the actual statement from One Direction:
Fearne Cotton was rocking her baby bump around Lone Town, England.
Girl is looking better than good, she's looking pleasantly amazing.
We can't wait to see what that baby inside her looks like, but we bet it is a cutie just like her mommy!
But for now we'll just enjoy the bump in all of its glory!
Long live the bump!!!
P.S. Check out a couple more pictures down (below) !!!
[Image via WENN.]
Fearne Cotton's boots are made for walkin'!
The pulchritudinous presenter was spotted walking to work at BBC 1 Studios in a pair of popping red ankle boots.
She's going to have to trade those in for booties soon! Speaking of popping, gurl's baby bump is preparing for launch!
Fearne Cotton looks truly happy.
And why shouldn't she???
She's got a bump, she's beautiful, she's on maternity leave.
Sounds like the life to us!
Some people don't know how good they've got it, you know?
Except judging from this picture - Fearne absolutely realizes it!
That makes us almost as glad as she seems to be.
[Image via AKM-GSI.]
The other day we announced how Fearne Cotton is pregnant and will be taking a leave of absence.
When one beautiful lady leaves another shall step in.
Sara Cox has been announced as Cotton's replacement during her maternity leave.
Here's what BBC Radio1 said:
We know there's some pretty crazy television in the U.S. (and most of it happens to be on TLC), but a new BBC show called Cherry Healey: Like A Virgin hosted by Cherry Healey (above) is being criticized by Brits for its crudeness.
The show discusses oral sex and uses the F-word, but that's not our main concern.
It's when show reality show apparently follows a 17-year-old girl to get a bikini wax in preparation for losing her virginity while on holiday.
So irresponsible! Especially since the show is apparently aimed at a teenage audience.
Vivienne Pattison of TV watchdog Mediawatch says:
"The show is terrible, almost a freak show. It’s also irresponsible, inappropriate, disturbing and even exploitative towards some of those featured in it. For a program clearly aimed at a teenage audience it is extremely irresponsible not to include any discussion of safe sex.
The BBC should not screen this program. It seems to me that they are just trying to set new boundaries and to do this at 9pm when a lot of young people will still be up is horrendous."
She has a valid point. Discussing sex among consenting adults is one thing, but exploiting a minor is a whooole other level.
Not sure if we approve.