Forget Snog Marry Avoid? MadeTV rivals BBC threeâ€™s beauty programme, and brings to you the unapologetically frank Fuck, Marry or Kill?! In this interview, a set of young people are faced with the question: Â â€˜Would you Fuck, Marry, or Kill the Kardashians?â€™ Let's face it, the Kardashians are the youth of todayâ€™s take on the Royal Family,Â and Kim? Well sheâ€™d be the peopleâ€™s much more flexible Queen Elizabeth. Watch this humorous clip, where one lad would marry Kylie despiteÂ the the very likely possibility of a lip explosion VS.…View More
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MADE up for a community award & Blaise Singh nominated for NOT ONE but TWO National Diversity Awards!!!
Make A Difference Entertainment (MADE) and MADEâ€™s founder, Blaise Singh hasÂ been nominated for the UKâ€™s Largest Diversity Awards! The organisation itself Â has beenÂ nominated for the Community Organisation award and MADEâ€™s founder, Blaise Singh has beenÂ nominated for the Positive Role Model award and Entrepreneur of Excellence award at TheÂ 2016 National Diversity Awards. https://youtu.be/0MVg99N8O6I The ceremony celebrates some of the excellent and inspiring achievements of positive roleÂ models and community organisations from across the UK. The awards aim to recogniseÂ nominees in their respective fields of diversity including age, disability,gender, race, faith,Â religion and sexual orientation. Creative Skillset findings reveal that London is over…View More
'It almost creates a feeling of not belonging. We're born British but we see certain things on the TV and think, where do we fit in?â€™ - Khadeeja Amaru Khadeeja Amaru (28) from Liverpool, feels that individuals from a Black, Asian or minority ethnic (BAME) background are not presently been given equal opportunities in the creative industries andÂ wants to see a transformation, in front of and behind the camera. In the UK, there is a very diverse population filled with various different cultures and races, however Khadeeja does not think this is sufficiently reflected in our media. As only 5.4%Â of…View More