Jacqueline Jossa is 'disgusted' by Channel 5 show 'mocking' Charlotte Crosby's face and says she 'wouldn't have coped'
JACQUELINE Jossa has taken aim at the Channel 5 show "mocking" Charlotte Crosby's face.
The ex-EastEnders star said she "wouldn't have coped" with a similar show being made about herself as she defended her pal.
The 30-year-old’s face was the topic of a show which aired this week, called Celebrities: What's Happened To Your Face?, which has led to public uproar after it claimed she spent £20k to get a ‘plastic face’.
"There are no words. Do people in the public eye not get enough stick as it is, just for breathing at the moment," Jacqueline wrote on Instagram.
"For a chanel, a program to do this to another human being, someone who has entertained us for years.
"I am just disgusted. Can you imagine if this show came out at a time that Charlotte was in a really bad place mentally, already feeling awful about herself and struggling to get up in the morning (a place that a lot of people have been in and it's not easy to spot someone struggling.
"Imagine if that's how someone felt and then there was an hour show shaming, slamming and mocking the way they looked.
"Yes we all put ourselves out there, but NO ONE DESERVES THIS.
"We are lucky she is a f***ing boss b**** that will pick herself up no matter what comes her way.
"I am so so sorry you had to deal with this.
"If I'm honest if this has happened to me I really wouldn't have coped well at all as my head isn't in the right place. Whatever happened to be kind."
Last night Charlotte slammed the Channel 5 TV show after it dissected the plastic surgery she’s had done – branding it “insensitive and immoral”.
The Geordie Shore star has admitted to surgery over the years and once even compared herself to singer Michael Jackson.
But she wasn’t prepared for the programme, which doesn't hold back as a panel of surgeons comment on Charlotte's "cookie cutter" and "plastic" face.
After the show air, Charlotte took to Twitter to express her shock and upset, declaring that “enough is enough”.
In an impassioned post, she wrote: “I cannot quite believe I am saying this but here goes. Last night, Channel 5 & Crackit Productions put out a one-hour documentary called ‘Celebrities – What Happened To Your Face – Charlotte Crosby.
“In 2021 a main UK channel & production company believed it would be a good use of airtime to dissect my physical appearance.
“I have seen how many of you saw it, switched off & complained – many not even “fans” of me, just good people who know right from wrong. Thank you for that, and for your messages of love and support.”
The star, who rose to fame on MTV ten years ago, continued: “I am aware I have put myself and my face in the public eye. TV and broadcasting has given me and my family a life we could never have dreamed of.
"I enjoy it, am enormously grateful for it and many of my respected closest friends work within the industry.”
She went on to explain that her representatives tried to put a stop to the show when it was first commissioned, but to no avail.
“Dealing with trolls is one thing, you ignore, you block,” she said. “BUT where are we as a society when the trolls are the mainstream TV channels? Will they now take responsibility for my dip in mental health and my plummeted self-esteem?”
She added: “When is enough enough?Just because we’re in the public eye, doesn’t mean we aren’t human. Fortunately I’m strong enough to deal with it but many aren’t!”
Charlotte’s fans and friends rushed to defend her after it aired, including her co-star Holly Hagan, who urged people to complain to Ofcom.
In the programme Dr Sabrina Shah-Desai looks at pictures of Charlotte from 2018 and says: "She’s getting to visible signs of having fillers. Good jobs are not visible, bad jobs are extremely visible.
"You can see her lips are too full, the apple of her cheek is too big, almost like a golf ball. That’s looking slightly unreal."
Of the star's most recent snaps, Dr Joshua Van Der Aa, having never met Charlotte, reflects: "In my professional opinion I think she looks better and more herself before she had all this done.
"They’ve taken a bit of what we call a cookie cutter approach to filling her face where they don’t respect the natural anatomy."
He adds: "I wouldn’t advise that she continues filling because it’s going to age her face."
Charlotte recently told fans she's glad she got rid of the "hook" in her nose as she shared before and after pictures of her cosmetic surgery.
Thestar had her first nose job back in 2016 after becoming self conscious on the MTV show.
She also has lip filler to keep her pout looking full.
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