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The pointless and the pathetic

Annabel Giles

On her website, Giles describes herself as a “model, TV and radio presenter, actress and comedienne, novelist and journalist…” Is there anything this ex-wife of Midge Ure of Ultravox does not do? On her blog: “When 140 characters just isn’t enough…” she tells David Cameron: “I’m not into politics, I’m into people” and states that “celebrities have feelings too, even if they can’t show them.” This former game show panelist plainly still considers herself still to be one. We’re not so sure and though she tells us on her Twitter handle that she’s “NOT Lara Croft,” we really don’t have a clue as to what she really is.

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8 comments on “Annabel Giles”

  1. Annabel Giles is doing her best to put her (many) mistakes behind her. Give her a chance. Why don’t you ask her to do your “What’s on your mantelpiece?” interview as then she could promote her charity work and thrift.

  2. I read her Tweets to Matthew Steeples and the Daily Mail interview. How much was she paid for that? The woman boasts about how she used to have 17 cars and outfits galore. She now whines that she is struggling. I have no sympathy. If she’d saved instead of shown off, she’d still be comfortable. She sums up all that is wrong in society and before someone says I’m cruel for not being more forgiving (she has a child with an illness), I work for a homeless charity. When you see what I do on a daily basis, you’d also feel like throwing a cup of hot coffee at Annabel Giles.

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