Fearne Cotton has hit back at 'bullies' on Twitter after she was bombarded with messages about her presenting skills over the Jubilee weekend.
Fearne Cotton has taken to Twitter to slam the people who have made nasty comments about her, and rightly so.
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The TV presenter said: "Grown men who slag me off in articles/online are huge bullies. I love my job and wouldn't be doing it if I wasn't any good at it." [sic]
Fearne Cotton went on to say: "I'm a positive person who believes in treating people kindly. I don't understand the mentality of others who think differently..Good vibes and happiness all round." [sic]
Yeah, go Fearne.
One Tweeter then directly referred to her Jubilee coverage, saying: "you were pretty rubbish on the Pageant day, love. And if you can't see why, then maybe you should find a new career..."[sic]
Fearne Cotton has defended herself, saying she's not bad at her job. Copyright [WENN]Fearne hit back saying: "right this is what im talking about. YOU=bully. Take a look at yourself. I have been working nonstop for 15 years thank you." [sic]
The BBC have now received 2500 complaints about their Jubilee coverage, many of which referred to Fearne's section where she interviewed Paloma Faith about commemorative sick bags. Nice.
However, she's letting the criticism wash over her, saying: "Im from a working class family and have worked hard to get to where i am today. Others will just sit and do nothing but judge." [sic]
That's the attitude.