When a popstar designs a Twingo
So - what happens when you cross Nicola Roberts from Girls Aloud with a budget supermini? We found out...
Posted: 19 Mar 2012
But it's unfair to blame Ms Roberts for this marketing disaster. She may not be Adele or Cheryl Cole, but she doesn't seem to be a bad human being. She's pleasant company, less precious than any other pop starlet I've chatted to (my experience is admittedly limited). And though I'm no aficionado of electropop, people who know about such matters assure me her new album is entirely respectable. She has a nice voice. Unless we're advocating the banning of any celebrity endorsement of any product, we probably have to concede that, as Famous People to Advertise Cars go, she's not the worst by any means.