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“I’ve gone through days when I thought ‘should I be here? “Before I had my breast op, I wouldn’t have sex with my boyfriend with the lights on. After appearances on Dinner Date, Dating in the Dark, Ex On The Beach and latterly Big Brother, she insists comments about her appearance do not bother her anymore and she has grown in confidence.
’ But I’ve got my nanny and granddad and they’re like my guardian angels so I could never do that to them. “I was like a size four or six, I had twiggy legs and twiggy arms and that’s what I thought looked good. She said: “When I got out of Big Brother, I got so many messages from young girls saying how they used to be bullied and watching me has made them want to be themselves – I’ve been overwhelmed by it.
“When people have approached me for television work I would feel like ‘oh why do they want me?
’ “I was getting nice feedback like ‘you’re funny and down to earth’. “And people used to stop commenting on my appearance and started to talk about my personality.
I think Donna, like the other characters, have had a great, nicely paced evolution.
I've found this article by Rebecca Wanzo useful in proposing that maybe we don't have to see "mammyism" whenever we see a larger black woman on our screens: "Beyond a ' Just' Syntax: Black Actresses, Hollywood and Complex Personhood," Women & Performance: a journal of feminist theory, 2006.
Known around the office for her expensive tastes (the aforementioned Mercedes, dog parks that are for poodles only) and her dating prowess, Donna is a loyal friend who is always willing to give her coworkers a ride home when they’re drunk or buy out their shares at the Snakehole Lounge (for a considerable markup, of course).
She said: “I was never happy looking at myself – never confident. You’re constantly putting yourself down and not thinking you’re good enough.Although remaining coy on whether or not she's courting, the 23-year-old S&M singer says men like the thrill of the chase when it comes to pursuing a mate - and she likes to keep them on their toes too.The singer, who stars on the cover of the August issue of Cosmopolitan UK in a typically sexy crop-top bustier and hot pink shorts, opens up in the interview about the aftermath of the domestic violence incident concerning her ex, singer Chris Brown.“I never used to be loud, I wasn’t like I am now, I wasn’t outspoken.Now I won’t stand by and watch people being bullied. “It’s only been about a year or so ago that I’ve learned not to compare myself to others – accept who you are. “I think a lot of men don’t get the pressures on women.” “Everyone looks at the Kardashians and everyone thinks they should look that way.