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petertard 22-04-2013 14:20

Should Chezza have elocution lessons ?
 
She looks well cute with short hair in the new Loreal ad, then she opens her mouth and that Geordie accent is just so grating.

rob_bangor 22-04-2013 14:22

why? her accent is a part of her. everyone would be having a go if she suddenly became posh.
why change who she is just to pleas a few snobs

Logan Five 22-04-2013 14:25

She should keep it. Not really a fan of the lass, but fed up to the back teeth of people from the North East who have to lose their accents just so folk down south can 'understand'. Denise Welch, Robson Green and Sting, in particular.

FingersAndToes 22-04-2013 14:30

People seem to understand her fine, so she should keep her accent. One quality about her I like a lot is her taking pride in her background. Too many people try to change when chasing success in showbiz.

Demizdeeroolz 22-04-2013 14:33

Not a fan but I love her accent, it's not rough sounding, she's already toned it down a lot.

Goaty 22-04-2013 14:34

What happens to that poster always post new threads about Chezza?

wishfulthinking 22-04-2013 14:35

Not a fan but the accent is the only thing I like.

sidsgirl 22-04-2013 14:53

No l dont think she should have elocution lessons. Love the Geordie accent....it has character imo.

dee123 22-04-2013 14:55

The rain in Spain stays mainly in the plain.

Julie_Evans 22-04-2013 14:56

If she came back from LA 'a la' Catherine Zeta Jones, she'd be accused of forgetting her roots.

Christine Bleakley is another woman who gets criticism for her accent, and Tess Daly, it's really insulting.

Mr Dangerous 22-04-2013 15:15

I like the way she speaks but if she wanted a career in the USA she would have to drop the accent as was proved when she tried...

DiamondDoll 22-04-2013 15:21

I'd far rather she took disappearing lessons.:yawn:

sidsgirl 22-04-2013 15:28

Quote:

Originally Posted by DiamondDoll (Post 65509916)
I'd far rather she took disappearing lessons.:yawn:

Or singing lessons :D

DiamondDoll 22-04-2013 15:30

Quote:

Originally Posted by sidsgirl (Post 65510019)
Or singing lessons :D

Yup. Those too.:D

Microkorg 22-04-2013 15:38

Electrocution lessons maybe

rebellion 22-04-2013 15:55

Don't be so ignorant! Her accent is part of who she is and is perfectly fine!

DiamondDoll 22-04-2013 15:58

Quote:

Originally Posted by rebellion (Post 65510410)
Don't be so ignorant! Her accent is part of who she is and is perfectly fine!

Huh?:confused:

Surely having an opinion has nothing to do with ignorance.

Sloopy 22-04-2013 16:00

No. I don't think it would help.

zx50 22-04-2013 17:59

I wonder if the first poster replies to this thread again? If not, the word 'reaction' springs to mind. Nowt wrong wi Cheryl's accent.

Bungitin 22-04-2013 19:42

'Hey there, Geordie girl' . The Seekers.

haphash 23-04-2013 14:26

I like Cheryls accent and find it quite charming. Prefer her talking to singing.

big brother 9 23-04-2013 15:46

she certainly needs it and if she does x factor us then she will deffo need it

zx50 23-04-2013 16:22

Quote:

Originally Posted by big brother 9 (Post 65528446)
she certainly needs it and if she does x factor us then she will deffo need it

I hope she doesn't turn out to be another Robson Greene.

zx50 23-04-2013 16:24

Quote:

Originally Posted by haphash (Post 65527375)
I like Cheryls accent and find it quite charming. Prefer her talking to singing.

You'd like the even stronger ones up here then, assuming you're below the North East.

Leicester_Hunk 23-04-2013 16:32

No her accent is fine. I am not a fan of hers (her singing) because she isn't very good at it, but she has a cute accent.


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