During the Psychic Sally On The Road series, Psychic Sally Morgan stops in to give a private Psychic Reading to British reality TV star Mark Wright.
Mark Wright is a British reality television personality best known for being a main cast member in The Only Way Is Essex.
After the reading Psychic Sally and her husband John had lunch with Mark and his girlfriend Lauren Goodger.
Psychic Sally Morgan continues her ‘Psychic Sally On The Road’ TV Series on SKY LIVING as Britain’s best loved celebrity psychic, while also touring the UK for her Psychic Reading events.
Psychic Medium Sally Morgan has used her gift over the years to help many people, most notably famous for her work with the late Princess Diana.
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Recently reported by digitalspy.com, “Psychic Sally: On The Road” featuring world renowned Psychic to the Stars – Psychic Sally Morgan, has apparently gotten into a little trouble with Ofcom for words said during a recent Psychic Reading.
Sky Living’s Psychic Sally: On the Road has been rapped by Ofcom for dispensing potentially “life-changing advice” during a psychic reading.
The factual entertainment show follows self-proclaimed psychic Sally Morgan’s tour of the UK, giving live performances and private psychic readings.
Ofcom expressed concern about an episode aired on April 17 that featured Morgan giving a private reading to a young woman named Mandy, who was said to be “desperate for answers from her dead mother”.
Discussing Mandy’s mother’s health problems, Morgan told the woman: “There is nothing within you, genetically, that you need to panic about health-wise.” To this, Mandy replied: “I can go on now without any worries that anything’s going to be passed on.”
Ofcom’s broadcasting guidelines make clear that programming featuring “exorcism, the occult or paranormal practices” must protect participants and viewers from “potentially harmful material”.
Sky, which acquired the Living bouquet of channels from Virgin Media last summer, said that it applies a “consistent and strict editorial policy” to Psychic Sally: On the Road.
The broadcaster claimed that Morgan only mentions medical conditions in her readings if “the participant confirms that they are aware of any condition and are seeking independent medical advice”. Despite viewing the program as a “borderline case”, Sky said that it has edited out the section from future transmissions.
In its ruling, Ofcom found a clear breach of Rule 2.8 stipulating that “programs containing demonstrations of psychic practices must not contain life-changing advice directed at individuals”.
“Ofcom noted that during the private reading, having discussed Mandy’s mother’s illness and subsequent death, Sally made a direct and categorical statement about Mandy’s genetic health,” said the regulator.
“Ofcom acknowledged that Mandy did not indicate that she was going to cease medical care or change her behavior. However, Ofcom considered that Mandy had interpreted Sally’s comment as a statement of fact, given that, responding to it in her interview, she said, ‘I can go on now without any worries that anything’s going to be passed on’.
“In Ofcom’s view, the direct and certain nature of the advice and its delivery could have resulted in her reasonably acting or relying on Sally’s assertion. Ofcom therefore considered this to constitute ‘life-changing advice’ directed at an individual.”
The regulator noted Sky’s assurances regarding a compliance review of Psychic Sally: On the Road, and said that it does not “expect any recurrence of this issue”
Psychic Sally Morgan Feels Sorry For Skeptic Derren Brown.
Recently reported by digitalspy.com, British Psychic Medium Sally Morgan feels sorry for Skeptic Derren Brown.
Sky Living star Psychic Sally Morgan has claimed that she “feels sorry” for psychic cynics like Derren Brown.
The TV star said that she accepted she would always face criticism for her career choice “until the day I die”, but argued that high-profile acts such as Brown should be able to appreciate that she is good at what she does.
“I don’t know what he calls himself. He’s a magician or something. That’s his bag and he has to try and do that,” Morgan told Digital Spy. “Derren Brown is not a spiritual person and the work I do has a big spiritual side. I totally understand why he would poo poo it.
“But we are really lucky we have freedom of speech in this country and that’s brilliant. I think Derren is fantastic at what he does. The fact he can’t say I’m fantastic at what I’m dong, I find that very sad.
“I am good at what I do – I’m at the pinnacle. I work very hard and I just feel sorry for people who feel the need to put down other people to feel that what they do outshines another person.”
She added: “There is a section of the community that go under the guise of being a sceptic, but they are just plain rude and ignorant and not very nice people. To those people, I would say prove to me there isn’t a spirit world. Not only do that, but then show me what I’m doing, because I don’t know. Tell me what I’m doing then. That’s what I say to them.”
Sally Morgan’s latest series will feature celebrity guests Mark Wright & Lauren Goodger, Alesha Dixon and Sinitta having mini-readings about their futures.
Psychic Sally: On The Road is viewable on British TV’s Sky Living.