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Made in Chelsea, E4

Made in Chelsea, E4

The only way is RBKC for its dullest residents

The dullards of 'Made in Chelsea'

Hot on the vulgar, vertiginous heels of The Only Way is Essex came E4's Made in Chelsea last night, where the stars were better shod but about as interesting as shoe leather. The first ill omen was the use of the angsty, vengeful riff from Adele's "Rolling in the Deep" - it wanted the passion and style of the music but could only grasp it on a fast-food level. Things got no better.

Add this to the staged situations and cardboard personalities, and there is little that could be worse

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