Pamela Anderson Says Cancel Reality Television After 38 Suicides

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51-year-old Pamela Anderson who has participated in reality television series such as “Dancing With The Stars,” “Dancing On Ice,” and “Celebrity Big Brother” posted on Twitter her thoughts about the shows.

Anderson tweeted Please no more reality stars or shows. France is polluted with reality shows.

Anderson continued stressing reality shows are exploitive and desperate for those who participate in them.

Anderson also said that it is an epidemic of superficial competitions, ugliness, and exploitation.

Anderson continued by saying people are bullied into participating in this kind of television by agents who get commission and are fighting for it.

People who take part are left without money or joy, feeling dirty, used, and without feeling any accomplishment.

The Sun On Sunday investigated deaths since 1986 in Asia, the United States and Australia of reality show stars.

The results of the investigation were released a week after Mike Thalassitis a reality star on “Love Island” committed suicide on March 18, 2019. Also, another “Love Island” contestant 32-year-old Sophie Gradon committed suicide last her in the home of her parents in Ponteland.

In Feb. 2014, Charlotte Dawson a judge on “Australian Top Model” committed suicide in her apartment in Syndey, Australia after she was trolled relentlessly by press and fans.

Two reality show stars who participated in the MTV show “Geordie Shore” began to suffer from panic attacks. 26-year-old Holly Hagan said that she felt she had to put on a brave face. Sarah Goodhart, 25 years old said she felt neglected.

China has banned all reality show television stating that it is dangerous for people to become famous overnight.

Written by Barbara Sobel

Sources:

The Mirror: Pamela Anderson calls for reality TV to be CANCELLED after ’38 suicides’
Irish Mirror: Pamela Anderson calls for reality TV to be CANCELLED after ’38 suicides’
Sky News: Pamela Anderson calls for reality TV shows to stop, branding them an ‘epidemic of ugliness’

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