Stacey Solomon defends Scarlett Moffatt over fitness DVD controversy
Stacey Solomon has defended Scarlett Moffatt, after her fitness DVD was recently revealed as a “sham”.
The Loose Women panelist stood up for Scarlett during her appearance on Talk Radio this weekend. Following news emerging that the DVD company were attempting to sue Scarlett for £100,000, Stacey sided with the I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! winner, arguing DVD producers “should be the ones up for liability”.
“I find it infuriating that the DVD company was going to sue Scarlett,’ Stacey said.
“I feel that the DVD company should be the ones up for liability.
“They were happy to send her off to a bootcamp to lose the weight to sell a DVD plan which wasn’t what Scarlett actually did.”
It was recently revealed Scarlett attended a strict bootcamp in Switzerland in order to loose weight before her appearance on ITV’s I’m A Celebrity.
“The DVD company must say you have to use the programme or it is false advertising,” Stacey continued.
“If they are going to sell a DVD it has to be the honest truth. Is it all just about money or is it self confidence?
“It is hard to be anybody these days and have flaws as we are all striving for perfection and an ideology.”
She added: “If I was going to go into the jungle like Scarlett and someone said we can help me get fit fast it would be hard to refuse.
“You are going to be in front of millions of people.”
Loose Women airs weekdays at 12:30pm on ITV.
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