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The Veronicas hit out at Channel Nine over their portrayal on The Celebrity Apprentice


The Veronicas’ Jess and Lisa Origliasso have lashed out at Channel Nine and the producers of Celebrity Apprentice.

The twin sisters, 34, slammed the editing on the show and their portrayal in a furious Twitter rant on Wednesday.

The pop stars said Nine was only showing the ‘drama’ and not focusing on their achievements or efforts to raise money for their chosen charity.

‘Why is all that being edited out?’ The Veronicas’ Jess and Lisa Origliasso blasted Channel Nine on Wednesday over their portrayal on Celebrity Apprentice 

‘Why are you not airing any of our wins and strategy for each task, only using the scripted drama you GAVE us as the only airtime / promo?’ Jess and Lisa tweeted from their joint account, which has more than 132,000 followers.

‘Where’s all the footage where we pull through for our team/and for our charity? Why is all of that being edited out?’ 

Nine declined to comment when contacted by Daily Mail Australia on Wednesday. However the network confirmed The Veronicas get more air time in coming episodes.

'Why are you not airing any of our wins and strategy for each task, only using the scripted drama you GAVE us as the only airtime /promo?' they wrote in a tweet to their more than 132,000 followers

‘Why are you not airing any of our wins and strategy for each task, only using the scripted drama you GAVE us as the only airtime /promo?’ they wrote in a tweet to their more than 132,000 followers

In their corner: Musician Kira Puru tweeted out in the sister's defense, writing: 'Give our girls the bad edit and we are gonna be out for blood'

In their corner: Musician Kira Puru tweeted out in the sister’s defense, writing: ‘Give our girls the bad edit and we are gonna be out for blood’

Musician Kira Puru tweeted out in the sister’s defense, writing: ‘Give our girls the bad edit and we are gonna be out for blood.’

However, others questioned the girls and their expectations for signing up for a reality show.

‘TBH this was to be expected, it’s reality TV after all,’ one follower remarked.

Another added: ‘Are you guys surprised? All TV shows are like this.’ 

'This was to be expected': However, others questioned the girls and their expectations for signing up for a reality show

‘This was to be expected’: However, others questioned the girls and their expectations for signing up for a reality show

Another added: 'Are you guys surprised? All TV shows are like this.' Pictured is boss Lord Sugar

Another added: ‘Are you guys surprised? All TV shows are like this.’ Pictured is boss Lord Sugar

During the premiere episode of the show on Sunday, tensions were high and the girls had a sisterly spat during a piece to camera.

Jess was discussing professional surfer and Instagram star Alex Hayes, explaining he had chosen to invite a friend over to help him during an art challenge.

Lisa whispered to Jess, suggesting she re-word her statement that Alex was, ‘just doing his own thing’.  

‘Can you just say it, please? My patience is getting thin, so if you know what needs to be said, please say it,’ Jess snapped.

'My patience is growing thin': During the premiere episode of the show on Sunday, tensions were high and the girls had a sisterly spat during a piece to camera

‘My patience is growing thin’: During the premiere episode of the show on Sunday, tensions were high and the girls had a sisterly spat during a piece to camera

‘It’s not important that I say this,’ she added angrily.

‘Okay. I’m just letting you know something. You’re being a bit much,’ Lisa shot back.  

‘I’m irritated!’ an exasperated Jess answered, waving her hands around and making aggressive gestures.

‘All I need is for you to say it rather than tell me how to say it. Do you understand?’ she demanded. 

Later in the episode, the sisters mended fences and worked hard on creating a hand-painted guitar for charity, and performing at the auction.

The instrument was one of the hits of the night, and sold for a whopping $60,000.

A good cause: Later in the episode, the sisters mended fences and worked hard on creating a hand-painted guitar for charity, and performing at the auction. The instrument was one of the hits of the night, and sold for a whopping $60,000

A good cause: Later in the episode, the sisters mended fences and worked hard on creating a hand-painted guitar for charity, and performing at the auction. The instrument was one of the hits of the night, and sold for a whopping $60,000



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