Vick Hope hits back at viewers who criticised her clothing

Some watching at home called her dress 'inappropriate'

LONDON, ENGLAND - JUNE 6: Vick Hope attends the 2023 Royal Academy of Arts Summer Preview Party at Royal Academy of Arts on June 6, 2023 in London, England. (Photo by Mike Marsland/WireImage)
Vick Hope has hit back at viewers criticising her clothes. (WireImage)

Vick Hope has hit back at TV audiences who have been criticising her clothing online.

Hope, who is this week presenting Morning Live with Gethin Jones on BBC One, has been criticised by some who perceived her choice of dress to be too risque for breakfast TV.

One comment said: "It is really inappropriate to be wearing a mini dress whilst sitting presenting this show. Putting me off my breakfast!"

Another said: "Please tell the female presenter to wear longer skirts!! Its not the first time!"

Hope later responded to the negative comments on her Instagram Stories. She posted a selfie along with a caption that said: "Good morning! It's not the first time. Doing the radio from MCR this week, HOWLING at all your responses to my short dress Karens, you legends. They're legs, Gill and at the top of them there's a vagina."

Vick Hope hit back at critics online. (Instagram)
Vick Hope hit back at critics online. (Instagram)

Hope is currently standing in on Morning Live for Kym Marsh alongside regular presenter Gethin Jones. The consumer affairs show features a number of other presenters including former Olympian Sam Quek, Sara Cox, Rav Wilding and Girls Aloud singer Kimberley Walsh.

Read more: Vick Hope: Politicians aren’t getting it right when it comes to creating a diverse curriculum

Hope recently criticised the government for not doing more to create a diverse curriculum in schools.

LONDON, ENGLAND - APRIL 26: Vick Hope attends the art'otel London Battersea Power Station launch event on April 26, 2023 in London, England. (Photo by Dave Benett/Getty Images for art'otel Battersea Power Station)
Vick Hope has been presenting Morning Live. (Getty Images for art'otel Battersea Power Station)

Speaking to Kate Thornton on her White Wine Question Time podcast in the aftermath of Black Lives Matter protests in 2020, Hope said: “There's been so many petitions – they're not really responding,” she said. “They're like, 'Oh no, we've got enough of a diverse curriculum' and it's just not true.”

She continued: “It's so simple and yet so effective, and I just don't understand why the politicians aren't getting it. I guess that they just want to maintain a system in place that has benefited them.”

Hope called on for more Black history and culture to be taught in schools.

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