Ulrika Jonsson defended her nude photo after Martin Lewis called it a “publicity stunt”.
At today’s Good Morning Britain, Ulrika spoke about the trolling she faced after sharing the picture.
The picture showed the TV presenter wearing nothing but a pair of rubber boots as she supported the mental health of the men.
What did Ulrika Jonsson say about the photo?
Ulrika said, “The hashtag is Bare Yourself because their statistics show that around 47 percent of men don’t share their true emotions.
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“The whole point is to encourage men to reveal their feelings and to open up.”
Martin, who is on the show this week, said, “Ultimately, this was a publicity stunt.
“I am not disparagingly saying that you did this to advertise because you are raising awareness and that is what advertising is for.
“Nobody should have to accept abuse or bring disgust to people, but you have to accept that some people criticize and say it is inappropriate.”
Ulrika replied, “First of all, 99 percent of the answers I got were positive.
“Second, it’s a naked body and we all have one.
“Yes, I was very nervous about posting it and sat in the photo for a couple of weeks before I got the nerve to post it.”
She added, “This is mainly because the vast majority of women are likely to be dissatisfied with their body shape because we feel under a lot of pressure.
“Of course there are one or two idiots and I had a strong feeling that I was doing this for a good cause. I don’t get any money for it.
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“I try to encourage people to donate to the charity and to share something about the charity.
“So I felt completely at peace with the reasons I did it.”
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