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Cheryl and Ashley ColeLooking at the papers this week I actually could not believe my eyes. I’m not in any way a fan of Cheryl Cole, the woman just irritates me to the point that whenever I see the L’Oreal advert for her promoting hairspray ‘Up do it, love it, flick it, wave it’ I have to control myself from shouting ‘Kill it’ to an empty room. Aside from that, even I didn’t think she was stupid enough to run back into the arms or her ex husband. That just tipped me over the edge.

 

I think the next few weeks I will seriously be thinking about a woman in the public eye who is actually worthy of the youth of today’s affection. It certainly isn’t Cheryl Cole. What is wrong with this woman? Okay I don’t like her, but she’s gorgeous, and I’ll use the word successful instead of the word talented, (take note) why on earth would she take him back? She loves him. Apparently.  Maybe she should think back and remember all the things he had done during the time he supposedly loved her. My mind has always been that you can’t help who you fall in love with, but you can help what you do about it, and in this case she should do nothing. He’s caused her enough trouble for a few lifetimes.

 

She is supposed to be a role model for young girls. It’s frightening to think that one day, we’ll be reading about another footballer cheating on his girlfriend, she’ll dump him, and the public reaction will be to give him another chance, because apparently that is now the normal thing to do. I still find myself laughing at Ryan Giggs, hopefully his wife won’t stay with him although reports suggest she is. What he did to his marriage rivals, Vesuvius did to Pompeii.

Image courtesy of smh.com.au


3 Comments

  1. Hannah Lee says:

    A fair point, however I do think there is a lot of pressure on celebrities to be role models when really they should be allowed to get on with their lives and make choices for themselves, and not for thousands of the female population.

  2. Emma says:

    Yeah totally, I think where they are forced into the position it isn’t fair that they should be judged on every single thing they do. However, I do think Cheryl plays to the role of being the supposed ‘nations sweetheart’ and it really does scare me that one day one of these ‘WAGS’ are going to get slandered for dumping someone who cheats on them.

  3. Liz Hewitt says:

    Marraige is first and foremost a legally binding contract, and with that, comes certain obligations, terms and conditions. Cheryl and Ashley should not give things another go as he has displayed, repeatedly, that he cannot adhere to these terms and conditions by foresaking all others…and not to mention the fact that he has totally humiliated Cheryl & baffled the nation! Cheryl has obviously chosen to love Ashley unconditionally and will try to forgive his “indescretions” but they wil never go away and she will always be looking over her shoulder, and, therefore keep getting hurt by this awful awful man who does not deserve a wife of any kind.

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