Janet Street-Porter Criticizes Bridget Jones Director Richard Curtis Over “Fat Jokes”

Janet Street-Porter Criticizes Bridget Jones Director Richard Curtis Over “Fat Jokes”

Janet Street-Porter’s Candid Remarks on Loose Women

Janet Street-Porter, a well-known Loose Women star, did not hold back when she took a direct jab at the acclaimed director Richard Curtis, urging him to “get a life.”

Janet made this statement during her appearance on the ITV show alongside fellow panelists Brenda Edwards, Ruth Langsford, and Coleen Nolan.

The discussion revolved around recent showbiz headlines, and their attention swiftly turned to an interview where Richard Curtis expressed “regret” regarding the portrayal of the iconic character Bridget Jones.

Richard Curtis’ Regret and Janet’s Response

During the interview, Richard Curtis stated his intention to refrain from including “fat jokes” in his future films. Upon hearing this statement, Janet Street-Porter promptly responded by challenging the idea of using euphemisms like “plus size” to address issues related to weight.

She directly addressed the obesity statistics in the country, asserting that it reveals a concerning trend, referring to the nation as “a nation of fatties.”

Janet’s Humorous Addition

As the audience burst into laughter, Janet Street-Porter continued her candid remarks by humorously mentioning that she also owns a “fat dog,” adding a light-hearted touch to her candid and unfiltered commentary on the topic.

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