Reggie yates and fearne cotton dating
In 2012, two more BBC Three shows made it to screens: (exploring “modern masculinity” across topics like homophobia and Men’s Rights Activism).
As these shows slowly built up a following on BBC Three, Yates continued to dip into more mainstream audiences over the same years, with a popular exploration into the ethics of the fur industry on BBC Two, and a surprisingly arresting turn on BBC One’s that took in complex issues of abandonment, Ghanaian culture and the effects of British colonialism.
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Fearne, who was later joined in the studio by pals Holly Willoughby and Keith Lemon, told her followers prior to her arrival: "My son just looked at my rather over the top dress I'm wearing today and said 'mummy princess'.
’ And he said: ‘It’s because there’s no one like you doing this that you have a point of difference.’ (yes, that was the genuine title of the show) for Comic Relief the next year, visiting the slums of Kiberia.
Despite the poverty porn tone of the title, here Yates did a much better job of integrating with the locals than his co-stars, and revealed a talent for talking sincerely to camera, without sentimentalising his surroundings.
I was adamant that I wasn’t right to do it, but all the reasons I gave Danny as to why I wasn’t a good fit were his reasons why I was.
I said: ‘There are no young black guys presenting these shows, and I come from more of a music background; why is anyone going to listen to me?