Pamela Anderson has called for an end to reality TV shows and branded them an “epidemic of ugliness.”
Pamela Anderson calls for an end to reality tv shows.
The “Baywatch” star took to Twitter to slam reality TELEVISION, branding it an “epidemic of ugliness” made by “shallow matches” despite appearing on various shows throughout her career. Some of the shows included “Big Brother” UK version of “Dancing On Ice” and “Dancing With The Stars” in the united states, Argentina and France. Also, she has appeared in the AMERICAN version of “Dancing With The Stars: All Stars” in 2012, but was eliminated in the first round.
“I have to enjoy a reality show? Please no more reality or reality stars,” Anderson tweeted Sunday. “Even France is littered with them – it is an epidemic of ugliness, superficial competitions, desperate, and exploitative – for the artist.”
Anderson said talent agents usually “bullied” participants in reality TV shows.
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“You are usually bullied into doing a TV like this by agents fighting over commissions,” the actress wrote. “You’re left without a great amount of joy, or money – you feel used, dirty and with no sense of accomplishment.”
Anderson said reality show contestants can redeem themselves by donating money they earn for charity.
“Unless of course – you try to find meaning or redemption of shares or by the donation of all for the good purpose. It is how I forgave myself,” Anderson tweeted.
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The 51-year-old actress’ comments come after a number of stars of the british reality series “Love Island” urged the producers to provide support to the participants after leaving the show. Earlier this month, the former contestant Mike Thalassitis was found dead, almost a year after another participant, Sophie Gradon, also died.
Both were believed to have died by suicide, Sky News reported.