Priyanka Chopra apologizes for her reality show: ‘We got this wrong.

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Six activists compete in digital stunts and media campaigns. The American offerings is judged by Julia Hough (dancer), Usher (singer) and Priyanka (actress).

Network describes the show as “pairing advocates in the fields of education, health and environment with well-known figures in a series competitions that will bring the winners to Italy’s G20 Summit”.

The winners have the chance to lobby international leaders and promote major changes on a worldwide scale at the intergovernmental forum.

The programme’s structure has come under fire for being accused of encouraging performance activism and making it a contest.

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The star, who has a following of 68.2 millions followers, said that the show was “failing”.

She said, “I was moved by your voices in the last week.

Activism, at its heart, is driven by cause and effects. When people unite to discuss a topic, it creates an effect.

Joe Jonas’ wife added, “You were heard.”

CBS and its production partners Global Citizen, Live Nation and Live Nation released a statement to CNN stating that they were “changing the format in order to eliminate the competition and reimagining it into a primetime document special”.

The show’s announcement drew backlash from social media.

Gina Martin, activist and author, called the idea “absolutely worst” via Twitter.

She tweeted last week, in front of 35,000 people: “1. They are judging it 2. What is the point of judging activist on TV when solidarity and community are the core values of activism? (sic).

Publited Fri, 17 Sep 2021 at 08:47.54 +0000

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