Fearne Cotton says she’s “quite happy to have no opinion on a lot of things” and that social media is driving people “crazy”.
The TV presenter and broadcaster says the world is “a noisy place” and she often chooses to “get away from everything”.
Speaking to i newspaper, Cotton discussed the complaints she has endured throughout her career, her health and the negative effects of social media.
Speaking of the latter, she told me: “It was a nightmare… we lost the plot.
“We are driving ourselves crazy trying to gather all this information, get it, have an opinion. Is crazy “.
“The world is a noisy place at the moment. Everyone was annoyed.
“There is a lot of aggression that is misdirected for the wrong reasons. So what I do is tweak things.
“I am not going to stand on my social media to argue about something. I’m not in the mood.”
Somehow, it has become a crime if you have no opinion. I’m glad I don’t have an opinion on many thingsCotton Fearne
She added: “Somehow it has become a crime if you don’t have an opinion. I’m happy to have no opinion on many things. I’m still wondering everything. I think I asked too few questions before.”
Cotton began her career in the late 1990s, presenting various children’s television programs for GMTV, CITV and CBBC.
In 2007, she became the first regular female presenter of Radio 1 Chart Show, continuing to present her own Radio 1 program, which aired every weekday morning from 2009 to 2015.
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She joined BBC Radio 2 in 2016.
In 2018, Cotton began featuring his Happy Place podcast, which featured guests like Dawn French, Hillary Clinton, and Tom Daley.
https://www.independent.ie/entertainment/music/fearne-cotton-i-quite-happily-dont-have-an-opinion-on-a-lot-of-things-42050010.html Fearne Cotton: I’m glad I don’t have an opinion on many things