- Davina McCall has responded to an online bully who told her to ‘cover up’
- The tweet came after Davina posted a picture on Instagram in a spaghetti strap dress she wore to judge The Masked Singer
- ‘Really sorry. Absolutely no chance of demure over here [sic] sue… growing old disgracefully is far more fun,’ McCall replied to the original poster.
Former WH cover star, TV sensation and founder of fitness app Own Your Goals, Davina McCall responded to an online bully who said she should ‘cover up’ over the weekend.
The tweet was in response to a picture Davina had posted in a thin-strapped white dress: a dress she had worn to judge an episode of the ITV show, The Masked Singer.
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‘Old over sun-kissed woman should cover up … stunning dress but not for the wrinkly crinkly… demure for the mature,’ read the tweet, posted on Saturday, January 23rd.
Davina, replying on Sunday tweeted: ‘Really sorry . Absolutely no chance of demure over here sue… growing old disgracefully is far more fun,’ followed by four crying laughing faces.
With people flocking to Davina’s defence, people referenced how fit she looked and how much she inspired them to keep healthy and well.
‘Firstly-Davina looks stunning, secondly – please try and have a lovely day and try not to be so negative. We all don’t really know each other, so just be kind. It can make someone’s day!! Have a great day!’ read one tweet.
‘People need to not care what other people are doing… [S]he works out she feels healthy and she is confident #bekind’, read another.
Obvi, we think Davina looks fab. The braid crown! The smile! Keep doing you, DM.
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