60 Minutes hits new low with Roxy Jacenko interview She has, by way of explanation, a relatively large following on social media, and has also created social media accounts for her toddler children a modern media metric that should convince any TV producer with an ounce of sense that her following is the precise demographic that has little interest in a legacy show such as60 Minutes, and even less interest in what a showsuch as 60 Minutes makes of her (or them).
But on Sunday night, there she was,about half of the fabled timeslot devoted to asking, as reporter Alison Langdon earnestly posited in her introduction: "What is it about Roxy Jacenko, TV star and Sydney PR queen, that irritates so many people?" She is 36. She owns a PR company. She once featured on ray ban models an average rating Channel Nine program, Celebrity Apprentice, which, like most of the nation, you will have missed, but which owes its dubious merit to an original creation of a Mr Donald Trump and which has contributed similar value to the greater good. Roxy Jacenko has a husband, Oliver Curtis, convicted in June of insider trading. During his trial, she used her social media accounts to provide a daily fashion diary of her frocks and finery as she attended court each day. Nine's cameras went everywhere,from Jacenko's kitchen to her operating theatre,and the result was that she was no more relatable in either setting. In the kitchen, she couldn't cook. "Roxy can't cook, and never has," Langdon advised the nation, as Jacenko ray ban prescription glasses massaged a raw chicken carcass under the camera familiar gaze of her son. And she couldn't emote going into the operating theatre any more effectively than she did coming out of it. She was, rightly, angry that some had questioned the validity of her diagnosis,yet oblivious that this next sentence, referring to her son's mummy managed social media account, described the entirety of her problem: "Someone wrote on Hunter's Instagram, 'How's your mummy's fake cancer?'" Hunter. Has. An. Instagram. Hunter is two. "It makes me angry," Jacenko said. "I mean the reality is you'd have to be sick in the head to think that someone would actually manipulate a timeline on cancer. People die from cancer." Yes, they do, and 60 Minutes dies a little each week when it demeans its brand with rubbish like this. God knows what they paid for the privilege although Jacenkodid announce,, that all proceeds would go to three cancer charities but you have to wonder what they're thinking. For the record, we learnt: That she runs a PR company of 20 something "Roxy lookalike workaholics" and, really, the camera panned to an office of Roxy lookalikes, quite an achievement when what Roxy looked like before the plastic surgery is an open question. That she wouldn't use the word "steal" to describe what discount ray ban wayfarer her incarcerated husband ray ban at collection did. "It's very, very aggravating. It infuriates me. everything is from hard work". And just how tough is she? She's tough. You betcha.
And yet:"I'm tough and yes I'm strong. I'm also inside probably a broken piece of glass in a million pieces." There may may have been a reason for 60 Minutes to do this story if they'd found the broken piece of glass amid the modern media morality tale that accompanies it.
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