Daily Star readers were able to meet our new generation of Page 3 girls on Facebook Live yesterday.
Daisy, Jess and Ruby talked through the hottest news stories of the week.
They also debated dating do’s and don’t ahead of Valentine’s Day – from turn ons and turn offs to who should pay on the first date.
If you missed out, don’t fret because you can watch the full live-stream back here.
We’d also recommend keeping your eyes peeled for our next Hot Topics stream that will be taking place on Facebook next week.
Until then, here’s what we learned from our first ever Page 3 live panel…
1. Here come the girls
Daily Star host Pandora Forsyth introduced viewers to three of our lovely Page 3 girls – Daisy, Jess and Ruby.
As well as having modelling in common, each of the women have shrewd business senses.
Jess uses her Masters degree in marketing to grow her social media profiles, while Ruby is a fashion ambassador for Nasty Gal.
Daisy has a lot of strings to her bow too – she’s juggled multiple jobs as a member of cabin crew and as a Playboy waitress.
2. Hot topics
Next it was straight into the hot topics of the week.
First up, the ladies discussed Piers Morgan’s claims Susanna Reid loves compliments about her cleavage.
While some argue you shouldn’t comment on a woman’s appearance, our Page 3 girls say this doesn’t always have to be the case.
If you are paying someone a genuine compliment and it’s not done in an inappropriate environment, it can be nice to hear.
Ruby added: “It depends if you know the person, if you don’t, where it is, where it’s said, how it’s said. That’s my personal opinion.”
Next up, our Page 3 panel talked about whether or not it’s acceptable to slide into someone’s DMs.
After Katie Price angrily posted screenshots of a woman who contacted her boyfriend this week, the debate about DM etiquette has been rife on social media.
Daisy, Jess and Ruby were all in agreement that it’s unacceptable to privately message someone who is in a relationship.
But if both parties are single and ready to mingle, a little flirt never hurt anyone though!
3. Love is in the air
For our heated debate this week, our Page 3 panel talked about dating do’s and don’ts.
As Valentine’s Day is coming up, Daily Star readers have been giving us their relationship deal-breakers.
Common dislikes are poor hygiene – from body odour to bad unbrushed teeth.
Our audience also weren’t keen on people who have bad manners and are tight with money.
And it’s safe to say Daisy, Jess and Ruby aren’t keen on these characteristics either!
For more from our panel, catch up on the entire Hot Topics livestream here.
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