I hope that after this CBB, Jade will finally disappear from the celebrity circuit, where her irrating physcial, intellectual and personal characteristics have for too long being present in society. For some particular reason, unbeknown to me, these qualities were endearing for people and allowed her to develop into this 'celebrity', partly also to good management and PR she must employ. Perhaps now, people might give consideration to the values and ideals they create in popular culture.
Another point I'll like to make and that is, there has been many calls to stop or remove the racist bulling and the perprotraitors from the CBB house(assuming its proven, as there is alot of misinformation about, and general hipe). What purpose those this serve. The inital basis of BB, was to get insight into the sociological processes of putting strangers into a house, for some period, with constraints on freedom and privacy. It was a form of social experiement to see how these 'subjects' interacted. this was presented to the mass public. This basis principle has been transformed over the years, with the motivation to increase viewership and revenue, mainly from creating social tensions that the public like, or for want of a better word, in which the public tune into. However, it is my belief that it is not plauable for people to call for the removal of the 'racists' or the ending of the programme because of what happens in the House. It gives us insight into the minds of normal people and in this case celebrites. Racism does exist, and it right that we highlight this, and address it. but we are not addressing it if we take it from our screeens and think what we dont see, doesnt exist as offered by the representations of the British government concerning this issue. BB shows what is happening in society abiet the sample may not be the average person, but it does show light into the general pysche.
I do believe that if the 'racist slurs' promote racism, then it is the duty of TV organisers to stop it.
I do believe though that BB should be dropped on other grounds, it is no longer a social experience into how people interact under moderately restraints( when it was people tunned out), now the organisers subject the housemates to the most manulative actions and often inhumane treatments( to get viewers). secondly, it being destructive to TV in general, where there has been an explosion of reality TV programmes often at the expense of dramas, education programmes, heck BBC TV has reality programmes now. Thirdly, reality TV and BB, has created what is known as the Reality Celebrity, often these reality TV celebrities are the driving forces of poplular culture in areas of dress, fashion, langauge etc, where our magazines, entertainment news is dominated by then. It is right that the opportunity to become famous is open to all, but with that comes a duty and often an expense to personal freedoms, but these celebrities have not earned that right.