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I really don't quite know what to make of this programme. One thing I do know is that it is one of the few shows where a musical performer is interacting with people who use the internet and send it clips and questions.
This is quite an unusual approach and basically the viewers have a chance of influencing the show.
One thing which got me is that on the whole it did look rather tacky as some of the feedback from the viewers was a little bit silly and most of the shows content relied on bad language and sexual related jokes. A little bit of this would be okay however this show did seem to have too much.
Lily Allen is a far better singer than presenter, but then again if she was hosting something else, she would probably be a better presenter too.
I was surprised to hear that she is not bothered by people not watching the show as she believes she can make it better. Does she have any other plans?
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