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Jeremy Clarkson’s Daughter Emily Turns Down Love Island Invitation

Love Island is possibly the worst thing to happen to TV. Aimless pretty people become overnight celebrities when they bounce around in bikinis on holiday and have sex with cameras watching.Weirdly, it’s become on of the most popular TV shows on at the moment, but Emily Clarkson, daughter of The Grand Tour’s Jeremy, wasn’t having any of it.

She revealed that she was invited onto the show, but was worried that she was going to be considered fat and be trolled about her looks. She also worried about the cameras catching her in positions that could be compromising.

In one of her latest columns she discusses how she was invited by ITV to be on the next Love Island series because they were looking for ‘something different’. But Emily was worried that she could be targeted because of her ‘stomach rolls’ and the rejection of her from the “looks-based show”.

She said:

She explained: “I’m not perfect – and I’d be an easy target with my stomach rolls and heat rash.

“I think I’d make it all too real. And this is why, I suspect, the show will never change. And who wants to be the first to make that change?

“At the end of the day, it’s a look-based show. And I got picked last for sports teams enough times to know the humiliation of not being chosen.

“That’s not something I want to relive in front of the ruthless British public.”

She’s currently involved in a long-term relationship with her boyfriend, but also wrote about how she would hate to be involved with something on the show that her parents may not want to see.

She wrote: “Not even because I’d die at the thought of my parents watching me having sex.”

Would you like to see Emily on a show like this? Let us know your views in the comments below.

5 thoughts on “Jeremy Clarkson’s Daughter Emily Turns Down Love Island Invitation”

  1. An absolutely wonderful description of a serious problem that is rarely addressed. I applaud Emily for her speaking out with the truth. Be honest, do what you love. If more people would do that, maybe society wouldn’t be going to hell in a hand basket. Just a thought.

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  2. Good for her, too many young people are addicted to their self image, in a bad destructive way. It’s refreshing to see someone comfortable in their own skin for a change.

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