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Weekly Poll Comments

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This Weeks Question:

The National Television Awards are set to take place on Wednesday - who do you think should win Top TV Judge?
Poll Results

Current Results:

Simon Cowell - 12%
Mary Berry - 40%
Cheryl Versini Fernandez - 8%
David Walliams - 12%
No one! Just give me the prize! - 28%

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Stuart Aspinall from Global Radio who voted for Cheryl Versini Fernandez said:
"No contest."

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James Standing from Penna who voted for No one! Just give me the prize! said:
"No contest."

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Hayley Clark from TMP Worldwide who voted for David Walliams said:
"love you radio works!!!!"

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Tom Peutrill from TMP who voted for Mary Berry said:
"love you radio works!!!!"

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Daniel Collins from Media Managers who voted for Cheryl Versini Fernandez said:
"Cheryl should win the award, only due to the fact we can finally find out how to pronounce her last name. "

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Lindsay Nunn from Blackbridge who voted for Mary Berry said:
"Good to have a judge is fair and not nasty."

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Paul Phillips from RAPP who voted for No one! Just give me the prize! said:
"Having an award for this genre suggests that it has some longevity, which fills me with dread. Surely there's better entertainment than this....?"

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Mark Jeffreys from Specsavers who voted for No one! Just give me the prize! said:
"I don't watch any of these reality tv shows, but I love buying stuff off of Amazon !!"

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Julie Baum from Talk Radio Europe who voted for No one! Just give me the prize! said:
"Really not a great fan of 'Reality TV'...give me a good 'drama' or documentary ...any day of the week! So, by default, I would bin all of them (...bar Mary Berry, who's cookbooks I swear by! ;-)"

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Roz B from GDL who voted for Mary Berry said:
"No comparison - Mary Berry is miles ahead. Simon Cowell says what he thinks (which is good but not as good as MB), as for the other two well ......... !!"

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Deborah Sweeney from talkSPORT who voted for Mary Berry said:
"I'd never heard of Mary Berry before The Great British Bake Off but I believe every word she says about those cakes. I trust her judgement, Mary knows her stuff and gives equal amounts of praise and constructive criticism."

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Lianne Little from JACK fm Berkshire who voted for Mary Berry said:
"You can't beat a bit of Mezza Bezza.! Although if Paul Hollywood was an option, i'd definitely vote for him and his big, blue eyes... 'swoon'."

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Pete McManus from talkSPORT who voted for Simon Cowell said:
"Tells it like it is... and almost always right, much like myself"

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nicola kidner from The Wireless who voted for Mary Berry said:
"Mary is a hero!! We should all worship her knowledge and style! "

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Ian Crawford from Holiday Hypermarket who voted for Mary Berry said:
"Most of them aren't fit to judge others - David Walliams is a comedian, Cheryl whats-her-face is a professional geordie and Simon Cowell is just Simon Cowell. Give it to Mary Berry - at least she knows what she's talking about!"

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