Gogglebox fans call for Ellie and Izzie Warner to be removed over controversial #MeToo game

Gogglebox fans call for Ellie and Izzie Warner to be removed over controversial #MeToo game

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GOGGLEBOX fans have called for Ellie and Izzie Warner to be removed over their controversial #MeToo game.

The sisters came under fire during last night’s episode after Ellie admitted she and her friends made up a ‘tag’ game that was inspired by the movement.

Fans have called for Ellie and Izzie Warner to be sacked from Gogglebox
Channel 4

The controversial game involved her and her friends chasing each other around and grabbing each other’s “boobs or bum” and then call out “me too” when they were caught.

But viewers were left outraged by this intensive game, and now want the two women to be axed from the hit Channel 4 show.

As soon as the comment was made, fans took to Twitter to share their anger.

One wrote: “Those sisters are disgusting. One suggests sticking a k**b in a gob to shut someone up and the other makes a grab a boob game out of the me too movement. They should be pulled off air. I don’t offend easily but those two are vile.”

It comes after Ellie revealed she plays a game of ‘tag’ mocking the #MeToo movement
Channel 4

Another wrote: “Can’t actually believe that woman on Gogglebox taking the p**s of the Me Too movement with her pals, chasing and grabbing each other’s breasts and shouting “me too” whenever they caught each other.”

Another added: “Ellie making a “joke” about the me too movement… after the way she treated her dog, why is she still on?”

This one said: “The two sisters on #Gogglebox are so annoying. Why are they still on the show? Who makes a game out of #MeToo? Ellie just come across as stupid. Both sisters think it’s clever to say such stupid stuff to get headlines.”

The #MeToo movement started in 2017 when women from all over the world have come forward to share their story of being sexually harassed.

They have done it on social media using the hashtag “Me Too”, which aims to show the magnitude of sexual assault.

The hashtag started trending worldwide after a call to action from actress Alyssa Milano.

It was in the wake of Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein’s downfall over of allegations of sexual misconduct spanning decades.

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