Young women who dwell in England's underbelly are given the opportunity to clean up their lives.
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Rosemary Shrager ...  Herself - Teacher 16 episodes, 2005-2008
Lucy Briers ...  Narrator 11 episodes, 2006-2008
Gill Harbord ...  Herself - Teacher 11 episodes, 2006-2008
Liz Brewer ...  Herself - Teacher 9 episodes, 2006-2008
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Young women who dwell in England's underbelly are given the opportunity to clean up their lives.

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My Fair Lady for the 21st Century

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Yet more reality rubbish from ITV
10 June 2005 | by See all my reviews

As I write this review, ITV have just axed two new reality shows, Fat Families and The Real Good Life. At the same time, we get a further new one, this rubbish, Ladette To Lady.

This one is about a group of loud, foul mouthed and unpleasant women who spend most of their time getting drunk and they have to do a variety of challenges to make them more ladylike and attractive to the men. These challenges include cooking meals and learn how to be more polite to others. One of them gets axed after each episode.

How you can call this entertainment is beyond me and the language in this is awful. All these women can do most of the time is shout and swear. Also, where have ITV picked up the word ladette and what is a ladette supposed to be? It doesn't seem to be in the dictionary or on the computer spell checker.

ITV bosses still haven't got the message that viewers are fed up with shows like this. What a load of rubbish.


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