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Share this article Share Confusingly though, Bettany hughes tits sunrise the next day, the likes of daytime TV glamour queens Kate Garraway and Carol Vorderman are seemingly free to flash their equally impressive flesh with barely a peep of protest. So what is going on? Why should a cleavage at 9pm make viewers reach for the smelling salts, yet pass them by without a second glance at lunchtime the following day? She looks amazing and I can't imagine her audience of stay-at-home mums would be offended Rachel Riley on Countdown, C4: Bettany hughes tits dress is figure-hugging, but doesn't overdo it.

She is stunning - but little girls love Strictly. Despite the complaints about the eye-poppingly Bettany hughes tits gown she wore for the show's final, I think she looks lovely. But this show attracts a young audience, so maybe it wasn't wholly appropriate But, at the same time, the historic boundaries between acceptable day and evening attire are blurring to the point where some are being breached altogether. And with satellite channels, BBC iPlayer and other internet viewing services, you can watch what you want when you want. Back in the Eighties, at the peak of my breakfast TV career, things were much more simple.

Bright jumpers and ruffled Sloane Ranger blouses were considered enough to excite daytime audiences. Come Bettany hughes tits, we can take on board more serious stuff, and by the evening we can be adult and confront more challenging imagery and displays of flesh. Remember, too, that early in my career there were clear distinctions between news and showbusiness presenters. Too, too much from this Welsh presenter. She isn't showing anything inappropriate in this cream outfit, but just one wrong move and she might She keeps nearly everything covered up.

Nothing's popping out but she still gives the viewer a worrying feeling of uncertainty! Cover the children's eyes! InI was offered the chance to present Miss World at the Royal Albert Hall and in front of a live global audience of an estimated 80 million. The image of a news presenter and journalist had to be serious. Some dresses aren't made to sit down in. I hope this looks more dignified standing up - but it-s not a good fit for this show Nina Hossein on London Tonight: Glamorous and, yes, it's evening viewing, but how many viewers might be distracted from the news by her frontage?

We settled on a full-length, high-necked, big-shouldered well, it was the Eighties number with a diamond-shaped cut-out at the back. That was as dangerous as I dared go, as much flesh as I dared to bare, for fear of blighting my journalistic credibility. I still wanted to be able to interview Margaret Thatcher in the morning. Likewise, you would never have seen Selina Scott or Anneka Rice in a racy, bare-all sheath with a plunge-to-the-waist neckline. We were, in our various ways, all known for a certain allure. But we covered it up. Where there was a cleavage, it was balanced with a floor-length skirt.

Where there were bare shoulders, there was always a cape, stole or shawl. Anne Diamond, pictured on TV-AM insays you can get away with cleavage later on if you're not too OTT A tight pencil skirt showing off an ample bottom would be complemented by a demure hemline. I would suggest the new need to bare all and show off those curves is borne of the innate insecurity of the profession: I was at an ITV party just a few weeks ago where you could almost smell the oestrogen-fuelled competitiveness between women who had dared to wear as little fabric as possible and were teetering on heels as high as The Shard.

I can see the pressure might be coming from above, with TV bosses urging presenters to flash more flesh as they chase a news-making headline. But who will dare to go lower than Holly? I dread to think. I just hope I witness it over my night-time cocoa, not my breakfast Coco Pops. Advertisement Share or comment on this article:




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Venus Uncovered: Ancient Goddess of Love

Despite the complaints about the eye-poppingly low gown Bettany hughes tits wore for the show's final, I think she looks lovely. Because Venus Uncovered is the remarkable story of one of antiquity's most potent forces. That was as dangerous as I dared go, as much flesh as I dared to bare, for fear of blighting my journalistic credibility. Hughes meets world experts who reveal the mysterious and obscure ways this ancient goddess was imagined and worshipped including as a bearded, gender-fluid woman and even as a giant, sinister, volcanic rockand visits the sites where the real women and men of the Bronze Age adored her as 'greater than a god' - a creature who gave all and took all away.

She looks amazing and I can't imagine her audience of stay-at-home mums would be offended Rachel Riley on Countdown, C4: Why should a cleavage at 9pm make viewers reach for the smelling salts, yet pass them by without a second glance at lunchtime the following day?.