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Re: Anthony Heywood is an excellent host


@Caaareful Shopper wrote:

@JohnnyEager wrote:

He was on this morning doing a kitchen clearance show, 4 am eastern.  He was quite proficient.  The best of his class, in my view.


 

He is great @JohnnyEager .  He was on very early this morning in a diamonique show.  Wonderful!

 

ITA!  I also saw him on the diamonique show and he was excellent.  Love his accent.  He is calm, explains everything in a professional manner and it is so wonderful to see a mature "man's man".  I am tired of seeing men constantly giggling like a school girl.  He is so refreshing and look forward to seeing him during the day time.

 


 

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Re: Anthony Heywood is an excellent host

I totally agree with you!  That British accent gets on my last nerve.  I see him as a host and I can't reach for the remote fast enough.  

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Re: Anthony Heywood is an excellent host


@ddobekct wrote:

I totally agree with you!  That British accent gets on my last nerve.  I see him as a host and I can't reach for the remote fast enough.  


He may or may not be a great host.

 

I just cannot listen more than a short time to the British accent.  No offense to the British, I just can't do it very long.

 

My daughter has visited England about 3 times.  She is picked out as an American very quickly!  Yes, we speak very differently.  She had a friend that visited us a few times.  It did not bother me at all to listen to him for some reason.  Maybe it feels different in person.

 

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Re: Anthony Heywood is an excellent host

He is no longer with QVC

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Re: Anthony Heywood is an excellent host


@EWA in PA wrote:

He is no longer with QVC


 

 

What the heck is going on at QVC? The turnover rate is becoming concerning. I have to wonder if it is just hosts or is this trickling down to the buyers, merchandisers, set designers and customer service representatives ?