TV presenter Yulia Zimina, known for the Good Morning program on Channel One, spoke about the insults she had made because of her appearance.
“I want to stand up for us, for girls, actresses, singers, presenters, and so on. In general, for all those girls who are shown on TV,”Zimina began to tell.
The TV presenter recalled an incident in her life when she attended her cousin's wedding. At that time, Yulia Zimina was already broadcasting Good Morning on the federal channel, which is why she believes that some of the guests came to the celebration to look at her, and not at the bride.
“From Moscow, after all, flashes on TV. And I am a modest person, in spite of the fact that I grimace here sometimes,”Zimina said.
The presenter did not specifically choose a bright dress for the wedding, because she did not want to outshine her cousin, moreover, she never wore extended eyelashes and bright makeup, however, due to the publicity, all the guests' attention was riveted to her person. After the festivities, discussions began on Zimina's appearance.
“In the village, discussions began:“Lord, why so thin!”; “Aha, but the pava is sitting on the TV!”; “Yeah, and there is nothing to look at. Petite. Skinny! Ugh!" and rushed. And to this day, this village weaves, only now all of us are the girls who are shown on TV,”said the TV presenter.
Her colleague Larisa Guzeeva decided to defend the offended Zimina, who noticed that the artists also have a hard time because of their age, which often becomes a reason for public discussion.
“Oh, dear, and also age: nowhere in the world is this considered a vice - nowhere except the world of Instagram, where everyone is young and beautiful. Blaming age and insulting is over the edge. And you are my beauty,”Guzeeva said.
Larisa Guzeeva is used to talking openly about her shortcomings and even published a photo after the New Year holidays, announcing that she had gained excess weight.