After comments that Judi Love made about everyone having 24 hours to be a success, it became viral for Judi Love to ask people to show compassion towards Molly-Mae Hague.
OK! The Loose Woman panellist discusses her excitement about the Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air reboot in her latest OK!
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The past week was so hectic. I have a few things to tell you about, but it has been great to get back to work. It was amazing to go to Glasgow to film a game with Charlene White. It was great to have another Loose Woman with me.
I also returned to the Loose Women set. This year, I am eager to return! My kids are also back at school and participating in after-school activities. We're all ready to go!
Talking of television, Harlem is a show I love on Amazon Prime. It's about four best friends of black women and is very relatable.
Also, I have been watching Sex and The City's reboot, And Just Like That. It's amazing to see older women. Sometimes they go too far sometimes, I think. One episode featured Carrie with a hip problem. I thought, calm down, we all know we are older!
They've also done a great job of bringing together all the issues we as society care about, including racism, sexuality and diversity, as well black excellence. It's brilliant.
Molly-Mae Hague's statement that we all need the same 24 hours per day to be successful sparked a huge backlash. People criticized her for not understanding poverty. We must show compassion.
After her comments became viral, where was the compassion? Let's be real here, though: not everyone has the same opportunities. It's okay to admit that it may not be my experience, but it is her opinion.
Reboot of Fresh Prince
The trailer for The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air's upcoming reboot was released last week. I have seen every episode and loved it. I am so excited to see the new version. I'm even more excited to find out that Jimmy Akingbola is in it.
It's very different and more serious than the original series. It seems that there is more to it in terms of the characters and their lives. How everything has changed.
But I look forward to seeing what they do next with this beloved show. I wish there were more shows of this nature in the UK.
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Losing Our Idols
Over the past few weeks, we've lost some greats and I must pay my respects for Sidney Poitier and Betty White, who were all outstanding actors.
Sidney Poitier was the one who made me believe anything was possible. My mum adored him and he was the first black man ever to win an Oscar.
He was a great speaker and a very sharp dresser. He was a smart, intelligent man who showed a different view of society's portrayal of black men.