Rosie Jones Opens Up About Seeking Therapy After Facing Trolls Over Taskmaster Appearance

Comedian Rosie Jones has recently revealed that she has sought therapy following the onslaught of abuse from trolls after her appearance on the Channel 4 series Taskmaster. The 33-year-old, who has cerebral palsy, shared how she received hurtful comments and ableist taunts from viewers on social media, including accusations of the show being rigged for her to win due to political correctness.

Rosie disclosed that the online abuse has taken a toll on her mental health, leading her to seek therapy to cope with the overwhelming negativity. Despite facing challenges and discrimination throughout her career, Rosie remains resilient and determined to raise awareness about ableism in society.

The comedian, who will be starring in the upcoming 18th series of Taskmaster, hopes to use her platform to combat prejudice against individuals with disabilities and inspire others to stand up against online trolling. Rosie’s courage and perseverance serve as a beacon of strength for those facing similar struggles, as she continues to navigate the world of comedy with grace and resilience.