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Tully Smyth has been left shattered after her new podcast received scathing one star reviews from listeners.
In a series of Instagram posts shared around 1am on Saturday morning, the former Big Brother admitted that she was struggling to cope with the negative feedback that her Too Much Tully podcast has been getting.
Posting a picture of one of the bad reviews, the 31-year-old begged her followers to leave positive reviews of the show on Apple.
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'To everyone except this Karen,' she wrote. 'If you ARE enjoying Too Much Tully, it would truly mean the world if you rated it + left your thoughts.'
In another post, the former reality star opened up about the 'hate and vitriol' she's been receiving lately.
'This week has been really rough for me,' she wrote.
'I have always tried to lead with love and positivity but sometimes the hate and vitriol is deafening,' she continued.
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'People seem even angrier and ready to attack than usual and it's all too much for me right now, so I'm having a breather.'
Tully's desperate plea seems to have worked, with a handful of glowing five star reviews now appearing on Apple.
The former Big Brother star launched her Too Much Tully podcast last week.
And the 31-year-old's latest venture has garnered some scathing reviews from listeners.
Several listeners left negative comments and one star reviews on the Apple Podcasts site, with many singling out Tully's interview with Bachelor In Paradise star Ciarran Stott as a particularly egregious episode.
One person wrote in their review: 'The title says it all. TOO MUCH TULLY. Please get this self-obsessed selfie queen off our media platforms.
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'Ughhhh painful, up herself, zero interview technique, BORING AF. She should go back to doing other people's social media for a job and keep out of my ears.'
Another chimed in: 'This podcast is getting the same feedback as Tully's last podcast; if you're going to get guests on let them speak and not speak for them / over the top of them.
'Be good if she could take on feedback.. needs so much work. The podcast with Ciarran is cringeworthy at best.'
Someone else wrote: 'If you wanna here a play by play of the life of an Aussie D list 'celeb', then sure listen. Otherwise not original, not relatable, a bit of been there done that.'
Podcast: Reviewing the Hungarian Grand Prix
The Hungarian Grand Prix resulted in a dominant win for six-time Formula 1 champion Lewis Hamilton, but mixed conditions added layers of intrigue and excitement throughout .Max Verstappen crashed en route to the grid, and his Red Bull team faced a race against time to get his car fixed for the race, and did battle against a rapidly-catching Valtteri Bottas.
However, it wasn't all negative, with many of Tully's adoring followers also showering her with praise and five star reviews.
'This was just like having a conversation with the gals!!' gushed one fan.
'Such an easy listen, started my day off great! Looking forward to hearing more from you girls!'
Another wrote: 'I love this podcast!! Tully is real and very easy to listen too. Well done on great content so far. Keep it coming.'
The podcast has been a huge hit so far, reaching high on the official charts and trending on both Apple Podcasts and Spotify.
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Podcast: F1 British Grand Prix review .
Formula 1's dramatic start to the 2020 season continued at Silverstone on Sunday as a flurry of late punctures threatened to turn the British Grand Prix on its head .After dominating proceedings throughout the grand prix, Lewis Hamilton was left to limp home on three wheels after a last-lap tyre failure, crossing the line to his seventh - and surely his most heart-stopping - British Grand Prix victory.It was a race that saw Max Verstappen see a chance for victory pass by, Valtteri Bottas take a hit in the championship battle, and Charles Leclerc star for Ferrari by bagging his second podium of the season.