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Sport GNTM winner Jacky Wruck: criticism hails for her first job

12:01  28 may  2020
12:01  28 may  2020 Source:   bunte.de

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GNTM-Siegerin Jacky Wruck: Für ihren ersten Job hagelt es Kritik © ddp images / Steffens GNTM winner Jacky Wruck: criticism hails for her first job

For " GNTM " successor Jacky Wruck, the application was accepted Model scout Heidi Klum (46) is already really worth it. The 21-year-old triumphed in the big show final on May 21, and took along with the proud prize money of 100,000 euros an agency and advertising contract. It is precisely this advertising contract that leads to problems right from the start, because there is a lot of protest on the Internet.

Last year's winner, Simone Kowalski, had to take a lot of criticism from her colleagues. In an interview with BUNTE.de, she says: "It just hurts."

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campaign by Philipp Plein with Jacky in the criticism

Many users consider the campaign of fashion designer Philipp Plein (42), for whom Jacky was now in front of the camera, completely wrong. The accusation: the new spot uses sexist clichés in a form that is difficult to bear. In the video itself, Jacky lolls lasciviously and freely on the rear of a sports car, while the flames are lit in the background and Philipp Plein himself gives the cool macho in the foreground. 1 sexist clichés instead of content?

"Seriously, Mr. Plein? (...)" or "Find the campaign, after everything I see, just sexist", it now echoes from the comment columns of social media. According to "promiflash.de", one person gets to the point of the problem with this form of presentation: "The man who prides himself on a woman who is totally objectified."

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Criticism does not go against GNTM winner Jacky

But it also becomes clear that the criticism is not directed against "GNTM

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winner Jacky , who only follows the instructions of the director. On the contrary, her actual appearance is celebrated many times: "Jacky looks great as always, but I hope she will also get jobs with more meaningfulness and relevance in the future." And of course there are also people who praise the spot itself, not least on the Instagram account of the designer himself: "Wow, hammer spot with Jacky, mega cool", it says here, for example. But there remains a weak voice in the raging storm of criticism.

By the way: Jacky deleted the posting for the advertising clip and replaced it with a new clip, which gives a glimpse behind the scenes of the shoot. Similar articles on the subject:

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