Cyber bullying is a strange notion. It's a bit like accidentally watching an episode of Eastenders and then feeling anything from mild slight through to horrific and all-consuming self-loathing that we've allowed our emotive state to be altered by a bunch of people we've never met, will never meet and don't give a shit about.
True enough, the only reason I'd ever watch an episode of Eastenders would be if I'd broken my back and couldn't reach the remote control. Even then, I'd scream loudly until my vocal chords were reduced to shredded, bloody tatters for someone to come and relieve me of having to endure even thirty seconds of it.
There are, however, two facets to Cole's assertion that people who judge her hair and appearance or refer to her as "fat" are "evil".
Firstly, anyone who calls Shirley "fat" is most certainly not evil. At worst, they are stupid and at the very least can be accused of being incredibly, possibly dangerously, short-sighted. One would hope that they are not in charge of any form of heavy machinery, motor vehicles or tasked with ushering schoolchildren safely across busy roads.
Secondly, I'd be really interested to know how one goes about getting nasty comments in front of the eyes of the celebrity for whom they're intended. Believe me, I've tried on countless occasions to vent my spleen at plenty of vacuous, fake, talentless pop stars and the obvious routes are barred at every turn by digital processes built to ensure they never have to know that a large portion of the population thinks they're unbearable arseholes.
Interestingly, however, Shirley may not be as stupid as she looks. I notice she's only publicly complaining about people slagging off her hair, or calling her fat. At least she was wise enough not to mention the insults containing more than a modicum of truth: she "sings" like a fox being buggered and has just the kind of misplaced confidence in her "talent" that makes people want to shoot her in the face the second she opens her mouth.
My conclusion: Shirley goes looking for all the terrible things people think about her. We're obviously only giving her what she already knows. Ipso facto: seek and ye shall find.