Commenting on “Big Brother” is not easy Especially today, when society has become so polarized on all issues. Let TVI commentators Merche Romero, Inês Simões, António Bravo or Pedro Crispim say it. Today, more than ever, there are a lot of people watching and scrutinizing everything they say… especially on social media.
but, Inés Simões ensures that this does not impose on her at all. “From the moment I worked with Bruno de Carvalho at Sporting, I was ready for anything,” she began to TV Guia. He adds: “Today I face everything with an open mind.” However, he does not deny that what he says is not always well received.
“There are definitely people who are unemployed and watch everything we say on television and are ready to attack us. almost. “You can say what you want and I will continue to give my opinion,” warns the businesswoman, who says that the day this stops happening, she will stop being a commentator, which is “not even” her main activity. However, you have already had some less pleasant moments, especially when you open social networks: “That’s all for later, People go to my Instagram to insult me about this and that. And they write very poorly. I’m warning you I don’t care, so they deserve what they deserve.”
And not many times people go away. if Miguel Vicente and Ze Lopez They have no reason to complain, as TVI’s face ensures that he receives “lots of affection”, even when they don’t agree with the Ten. “They are very polite in their messages,” he confirms.
actually Antonio Bravo sees the opposite. “When recently You said that Francisco Montero was an aggressive person… Wow what did you do? People lose control of what they say, become threatening, and become brutal. And there is no reason. They are opinions. Everyone gives their own. I was appointed for this purpose and I will continue to follow the same approach, although I know that some colleagues, because they have been there longer, because They don’t want to be bothered by anyone, and they don’t say certain things. And I don’t changehighlights the former Big Brother 2020 contestant.
For her part, Helena Isabel Patricio avoids controversy by choosing “not to read or want to know” what people write about her comments.: “I have more to do. I don’t care. It’s not like I’m changing the way I comment. I just don’t want to be bothered.”
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