A word of warning to anyone out there foolish enough to try, Jesinta Campbell will not tolerate you shaming her.
And there are no exceptions, not even if you’re a well-known TV and radio presenter such as Kate Langbroek.
Watching the 2016 Logies from the comfort of her own home last night, Langbroek, 50 took to Instagram to share her thoughts on Campbell’s custom-made Camilla and Marc outfit, writing, “This cannot be for real. #logies #beachwear #desperate(for pants)” next to an image of Campbell.
The Camilla and Marc dress consisted of a forest-green bodice and a netted full-length slip.
Langbroek's comment was problematic for a number of reasons.
Firstly, women should be able to wear what they want and reveal as much or as little of their body as they choose.
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And while not liking a specific outfit is one thing, choosing to label someone desperate because the amount of fabric used is a pretty yawn-inducing conversation.
Secondly, the Australian media industry is a small one. And as Noni Hazlehurst pointed out, it's also one that has been slow to open up its doors to women.
Fundamentally, why shouldn't Campbell celebrate her body? She's healthy, fit and confident. She's educated and intelligent. She's able to choose what she wants to wear, just like we are and do every day of our lives.