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  1. Has Gillian McKeith moved one step too far out of her comfort zone?

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    Article by Fabafterfifty We are encouraged to move outside our ‘comfort zone’ once in a while, but has Gillian McKeith gone a little too far outside hers, and what has made her do it? For all those who haven’t seen the programme I’m a  celebrity , get me out of here’, Gillian McKeith is a TV nutrionist who has elected to join a group of celebrities for up to 3 weeks in the Australian jungle, where the viewing public vote initially to have the celebs face ‘bushtucker trials’. Here the chosen celebs eat bugs (or worse), escape from underground pits filled with rats, cross ravines etc etc,etc. The celebs know what they are getting themselves into as the series has been running for several years. The programme is designed to push...
  2. Pamela Stephenson and Mary Byrne- both Fab after Fifty!

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     Article by Fabafterfifty  Great to see  two ‘ real’  women Pamela Stephenson ( 60)  and Mary Byrne ( 50)  both over 50  and both with curves dominating the weekends peak time viewing on Saturday evening, and showing their younger counterparts in two very different competitions that women over 50 can be sexy, talented and respected in their own right . Both are the leading the way in proving to the wider world that you don’t need to be under 30 or a size zero to be considered attractive, sexy or worthy of a place on our TV screens. How refreshing, and what a great step in the right direction ! What woman watching couldn’t have been buoyed on by Pamela’s Rumba on Strictly Come Dancing, or Mary’s rendition of ‘You Don’t have to Say you Love Me’ on the X Factor. ...
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