What to say if you liked it
“Celebrities” are forced to mix with package holidaymakers and we get to enjoy their total discomfit
What to say if you didn’t like it
What was good about it?
• The uncovering of a new woman we can love to loathe. She’s Jasmine Leonard. What do you mean you’ve never heard of her? She won’t like that. “You’re truly ignorant if you don’t know who I am,” she told proper rep Ashley. “Everybody round about where I come from [her house?] knows who I am. If you read Tatler magazine, which clearly you don’t from the way that you’re dressed, you’d know who I am.” For non-Tatler readers, she’s a stick-thing, rather ugly girl whose is a permanent embarrassment to herself.
• Syd Little and Nina Myskow came across well
• Scott Wright (he was in Corrie for five minutes) turning up to welcome the holidaymakers and admitting: “It’s like one of my personal appearances. Only 12 people in.”
• Hard-nosed rep Julie Moss who took no backchat from the “celebs” and reminded us of Maz off Holiday Reps because she’s obviously swallowed the company rulebook and can regurgitate it at 300 words a minute
What was bad about it?
• Juvenile Jodie Marsh grabbing all the attention by behaving like a sub-normal schoolgirl whose parents deserve jail time for failing to instill any discipline in their podgy, over made-up child
• The faked fuss over the uniforms
• The thick and thinning presenters – Nancy Sorrell and Toby Anstis