13 March 2012 - 9:35am | posted by | 3 comments

Breakfast host dismisses cleavage complaints

Breakfast host dismisses cleavage complaintsBreakfast host dismisses cleavage complaints

Susanna Reid, host of the BBC’s flagship Breakfast show, has dismissed complaints that that she has been a little too revealing during her early morning sofa stints.

It follows complaints from some prude viewers about her choice of attire, prompting Reid to lash out in the Radio Times: “People seem to be shocked that women have breasts. There will be complaints about the fact that there is literally a shadow.”

The talk seems to have had the desired effect however, as Reid is said to have been scouring Television House for a spare T-shirt minutes before going on air for her latest TV appearance.

Others however have been more taken by the 41-year-old's presenting style, with some viewers taking to Twitter to praise the “spicy” look, another tweeter opined: “Yowza. No news is bad news when she’s reading it.”

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13 Mar 2012 - 10:06
derekwatkins's picture

Someone said 'Yowza????'. Using that word deserves an article by itself.

No complaints here on this story though, Susie does a great job of getting me up every morning.

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13 Mar 2012 - 10:29
Basil__Fawlty's picture

If I had it my way she would be reading the news naked and bent over the red sofa.

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13 Mar 2012 - 10:36
MyStylistLondon

What are we in Afghanistan?

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