View Full Version : Charlotte Coyle on TV in New Zealand

M. Lopez
18th December 2007, 03:37
Now, this is encouraging to see.

Charlotte Coyle's beauty contest for full-figured women aired to 1.3 million viewers in the U.K., and also in Belgium and the Scandinavian countries.

And now, tomorrow, it will be broadcast in primetime in New Zealand, on that nation's main channel, TV ONE.

Here's the page with the info:

This is a wonderful development. After her show aired in Britain, the Web was filled with comments from viewers who admitted that although they never believed that full-figured women could be attractive, they were forced to change their minds when they saw the stunningly beautiful Ms. Coyle on television.

The more people see Charlotte (perhaps the most gorgeous plus-sizem model of all), the more will acknowledge the superiority of plus-size beauty, and will reject media stereotypes and thin-supremacist brainwashing.

I hope the show draws as large an audience in New Zealand as it did in Europe, and that it will continue to make its way around the world.

18th December 2007, 15:00
That IS good news. Charlotte's program (awful title aside) was just about the most exciting thing that's ever happened on behalf of plus-size beauty. There were some great threads about the show on this forum.

This one features a few screen caps, and a link to a complete online video of the program:


and this one includes an entertaining "behind the scenes" account provided by someone who actually attented the Beauty Reborn show that is the centrepiece of the documentary:


I'll bet New Zealand gets very sick of skinny models very quickly, after they see Charlotte on their televisions. She's the sexiest plus-size model there has ever been, and her show is a joy to watch.

20th December 2007, 18:36
<br>Miss Coyle's 45-min. program is a breathtaking visual document of feminine beauty, as Charlotte is easily one of the most gorgeous women ever filmed. Even compared to other top plus-size models, she is a supreme goddess among goddesses--perhaps the most exciting and subversive of them all.

Her program is also an extraordinary personal accomplishment. The documentary lays bare, in horrific detail, the deeply-rooted prejudice in the media (even within the plus-size industry itself) against genuinely full-figured, beautiful women. It is a tale of triumph over adversity, and the major Marks & Spencer campaign that Charlotte headlined, following the broadcast of her show, is a supreme vindication of her efforts.

Aficionados can find many stunning videos of Miss Coyle's appearances on British TV in our "Video Gallery" (linked below).

A fan-favourite image of Miss Coyle, from U.K. <i>Good Housekeeping</i> magazine, October 2006:<p><center><a href="http://www.judgmentofparis.com/cc/gh01.jpg" target="_blank"><img src="http://www.judgmentofparis.com/cc/gh01a.jpg" border ="0" alt="Click to enlarge"><a></center><p>- <a href="http://www.judgmentofparis.com/video.htm">Click here to browse the video gallery</a>