OMG, Helen - we know you love your boobs. But it's not making you any more likeable
Helen Flanagan is the girl I’m kind of fascinated with. She’s my guilty pleasure.
Queen of selfies, ditzy on Twitter and prone to falling over in a pair of six-inch heels, Helen draws attention to herself 24/7.
But there are things I like about Helen, too. Under all the slap and bravado, I think she seems quite sweet. And I had embarrassing amount of love for her recent music video turn.
I find her recent rambling about her boobs genuinely grating, though.
‘I have the best boobs I’ve ever seen on anyone in the world. Ever. They’re amazing,’ Helen‘s told FHM magazine.
Er, WOW! Modest, aren’t you, Hels?
Helen carries on, ‘I’m really proud of my boobs, and I’m grateful that I’ve got a voluptuous chest. It has a lot of power.’
Ok, call me jealous and not exactly ‘blessed’ in the chest department – but honestly, can Helen shuddup!?
Boobs equaling power? Give it a rest.
A good chest is lovely, obviously. And I’d be silly if I didn’t think boobs mesmorise men (and women) all over the world.
But plenty of other things equal power, Helen – and they don’t relate to your body. Brains, talent, humour – these things come higher up my list than knockers.
HELEN! Please. I know your career relies quite heavily on your cracking figure, but this isn’t a good message to send out to anyone, especially younger girls.