I agree that's it's good she has something to play up on shows, even if it isn't exactly a good thing to be known for. A lot of fans tell her it's good to look on the bright side, at least she's getting more exposure and it could lead to better things, ect. My biggest deal is that it seems to be interfering with her actual work relations, which is quite worrying; bc based on what she's said, it deals with both staff and members. It's one thing to have a funny, quirky thing you can play up TV, but once it hits outside of that environment it can be tolling mentally. Though I guess quite a few of members deal with some type of bullying, it's one thing to actually go on TV and admit it to the world. My only hope is that she continues to have that positive outlook she's always been known for.