True & Honest Fan
- Jun 18, 2019
Well said, Munn and Webb weren't hired literally just because they were attractive, but also because they were charming and charismatic.She is less attractive than Olivia Munn, Jessica Chobot, Alison Haislip, Sara Jean Underwood, Kristin Adams, Morgan Webb, Alessandra Torresani, Candace Bailey, Layla Kayleigh, Carrie Keagan, Anna David, Tina Wood, Grace Helbig and various others.
The thing is, it is not only less attractive when it comes to looks. She's way less attractive when it comes to personality. Which is the bigger deal. For whatever reason, when people hire these woke feminists in part because they don't fit conventual standards of beauty. For some reason, they also get hired for not having nice or likable personalities. Which is more important to the job than looks.
If they did see there being issues with hiring attractive women only, they're going too far to overcompensate.
She is also the one reducing them down to just their looks. I used to watch Attack of the Show and various nerd stuff when I was younger. Yes some beautiful women, but you can literally go on the internet and look at beautiful women all day long. Whether or not you liked them on the show, was their personality and persona. So not only is she trivialising these other women based on their looks, she's undervaluing the job that they did. As if it has no value. Suggesting they were just there for looks. Unlike her. She's got a self entitled opinion she is better purely because she doesn't look as good.
While I know the comments being made about her would suck, I think the core issue is she has a superiority complex over beautiful women. The frustration is in large part because she's getting no validation she's better than the hot other former hosts. She's envious of their attractive looks. Thinks all they had to do was sit there, do nothing and be liked. She's got a massive chip on her shouldn't. Which is all it's really about.
Any of the attractive former hosts would be disliked if they had shit personalities on air.