Michelle Keegan: Is Our Girl too glamorous?

The Primary episode of the new collection of Our Lady has been criticised by means of viewers who notion Michelle Keegan regarded too glamorous to play an army medic.

Ed Power in The Telegraph wrote that Keegan, as Georgie Lane, had a “straight-from-the-beauty salon complexion” – But added that she put in a “stable” efficiency.

Viewers had blended views on the return of the BBC drama.

And A Few were unimpressed with a simulated earthquake within the episode.

“On paper, there may be nothing fallacious with the Nepalese earthquake storyline,” wrote Ian Hyland in the Reflect.

“But, unfortunately, Our Girl clearly lacks the budget to do it justice.

“As Lane’s colleagues rolled off their camp beds all over an aftershock, it was once like William Shatner and the Starship Endeavor gang throwing themselves across the set of Star Trek in the 1960s.”

Some Twitter users agreed, with one additionally comparing the camerawork to that of the Nineteen Sixties.

Every Other said it was once “embarrassing” and “unrealistic”.

Many had been just happy to look the sequence back on the reveal then again.

Others were stunned at how good Keegan’s make-up used to be whereas she was playing a Lance Corporal in a combat zone.

Some Other viewer concurred, remarking on how her “hair and makeup continues to be untouched right through the entire episode, even after an earthquake”.

Tuesday night time’s episode was once the perfect sequence opener of Our Woman with four million viewers, according to in a single day figures.

The First sequence starred former EastEnders actress Lacey Turner in the first collection in 2014.

The Occasions gave the episode two stars, bemoaning its “army banter” and accusing it of firing blanks.

The Telegraph gave it three stars, with Power saying Keegan played “plucky Georgie” with “actual zing”.

Hyland wrote within the Replicate that The First episodes concerns have been “no reflection on Keegan”, including: “She does her perfect. There merely is not that a lot for her to get her tooth into on this 2d time round”.

And within the Day By Day Mail, Christopher Stevens mentioned it appeared a bit of too “peaceable and idyllic” for a disaster zone – But referred to the episode was once “romantic sufficient”.

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