It’s the brand ambassadors role to tell us how to use the product. They can do that just as well or actually better than a presenter. The presenter should be posing questions in anticipation of what customers may wish to know. How a presenter cooked their chicken, what pies they have eaten, where they walked wearing their coat, having a photo wearing their qvc boots, their showering in Korres, MB, Elemis, L’Occitane etc etc etc is of zero help to me. All these things are freebies, plain and simple, the only benefit is to the presenter. The list of these samples is endless. In my opinion the set up is distasteful, greedy and offensive but they won’t give it up. They will defend the practice to the end and I don’t appreciate the passive aggressive response from Julia Roberts. It doesn’t work on me nor is she the qvc “queen” in my world.