09 November 2012 by

Readers React To This Week's Issue: You've All Gone Bonkers For Our New Male Columnist!


 

With Kate Moss FINALLY speaking out on her breakdown, tales of revenge surrounding Kristen and Rob, Jennifer Anniston’s ‘vamp-over’ and the latest on the Kardashian clothing line at Dorothy Perkins, another brilliant issue of Grazia hits the stands this week. Judging from the flurry of tweets, our readers are as excited about this issue as we are!


Combating the winter chill, many of you were curling up with a hot beverage to read this week’s issue including Jenny Newall (‏@Jenny_newal), “Green tea and Grazia #perfection #happybunny” and Georgina Meadows ‏(@georgie_meadows) who tweeted, “ Lovely hot chocolate whilst reading the new Grazia”.


Dad comes to the rescue for Louise Campbell (‏@louise21x), “My dad’s the cutest brings me home skittles and Grazia from Tesco #lovehim #bestfriends” and a doting husband delights Lucie Mnych ‏(@luciedowner),  “Lovely surprise when my new Grazia mag came through the post this morning #spoiltbyhubbywithasubscription!!!”.



Alexandra (‏@albridgwater) tweeted her followers after reading Polly Vernon’s “Plastic People”; “Really interesting piece in this week’s @Grazia_Live by @PollyVernon. Would you tell your partner if you’d had cosmetic surgery?”


There was even more love for our fantastic male columnist Mike Delwiche who has been pouring his heart out in the pages of Grazia, sparking the interest of  Kerry Little(@littlek74); “@mikedelwiche another good read in Grazia, do u know what ur ex thinks about ur column? Myself l find it interesting reading a man’s side”.


There’s still plenty of time to get in on the debate so take a break from all the US election excitement and pick up a copy of the latest issue and let us know what you think by tweeting us at @Grazia_Live.

By Adele MacGregor


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Fiona Colley (Fri Nov 23 12:19:08 GMT 2012): Mike Delwiche. Self absorbed, self piteous, infuriating. His snobbish "exfoliation" comment about the poor woman working the thankless graveyard shift in the supermarket was the last straw for me. Get over yourself Mr Delwiche. Aaah, never mind. He'll have all those nice ladies telling him how wonderfully sensitive he is. Just the sort of reaction he was hoping for when he started writing the column I should imagine.
Daphne Azak-Joblin (Sun Dec 02 06:37:53 GMT 2012): Can't stand this column. Please make it stop. This guy gives me the creeps.

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