Wednesday, March 08, 2006


Interestingly, it seems when Girls Aloud signed up to the fly-on-the-wall series, they didn't quite get the bit about how there would be cameras following them. Now, after two-fifths of the band managed to put away 48 drinks between them, tehy want the tapes back. Because they're worried about, you know, the fans and Cheryl wants the footage left off screen:

“It’s not a good idea to show a young audience us getting drunk and making it look like fun. We have to be aware of our responsibilities.”

Tweedy - who wasn't part of the boozeathon - seems to be a little confused here. The production company aren't the ones who are getting drunk and "making it look like fun" - shouldn't the lecture be going a little closer to home?

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