Reading about news I don't mind. I work for newspapers, I study journalism, news is a large part of my job. We need news. But this isn't news, this is 'news' and this kind of 'news' feeds nobody but the insecure women who can't stand to see an attractive female without a coinciding photo that relies on awkward camera to suggest that a beautifully made up woman doesn't always look polished.
Zoe isn't the only female newspapers are writing 'news' about. Holly Wiloughby recently had a really insightful article written about her on how she went for a walk. And then there's that time Lauren Goodger didn't walk into a puddle.
I do not care.
I don't care about people walking, or missing puddles or not wearing make up. I'd much rather you told me about what's going on in the world of science or told me about crime and achievements and the education sector and what's happening in the run up to the general election.
In fact, tell me about the economy, tell me what's new in music, tell me what medical progress we're making, tell me about injustice, tell me about viral videos, tell me about god damn cats just please, do not tell me about a woman leaving her house without make up on.
PS. The headline is sh*t.