Astrid Wett has weighed in on England's worst cities to live in after her hometown made the list.
The OnlyFans star took to TikTok to dish the dirt on the "top five worst places to live" in England, per ilivehere.co.uk, who released the list of unfortunate locations after more than 100k people participated in a vote.
"The top five worst places to live in England have been announced and you won’t believe who they put first," the self-proclaimed "Queen of UK TikTok" said.
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The list was off to a strong start, as Astrid hadn't heard of Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, which came in at number five.
"If you’re from there, I don’t even know if I’m saying it right," she confessed.
"Fourth is Slough, basically, anyone who lives there can’t afford London but I don’t blame them," she added.
Seeing the city that came in third appeared to hit a nerve for Astrid, who has "literally lived there her entire life".
"Third is Portsmouth," she said. "What the hell? It is a sh**hole, but it’s my sh**hole."
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Peterborough came in second, leaving the blonde bombshell questioning if it was "really that bad" – despite having come out on top as the worst city to live in for three years running in 2019, 2020 and 2021.
"And finally, the worst place to live in England has been announced as Luton. Sorry guys," Astrid finished, rounding out the top five.
The video, posted by a fan account yesterday (February 16), has amassed 147.1k likes and more than 5k comments as viewers weighed in with their own thoughts.
One wrote: "How is Bradford not 1st," while another chimed in: "Milton Keynes robbed."
Bradford came 10th in the controversial list, described by ilivehere.co.uk as "the land of dreams, if you dream of takeaways and pound shops".
The West Yorkshire town came below Aldershot, Andover, Swindon, and Bournemouth in sixth, seventh, eighth and ninth respectively.
Meanwhile Milton Keynes in Buckinghamshire was barely an honourable mention, coming in at number 35.
Also commenting on Astrid's video were Brits defended their own cities, adding "Peterborough ain't bad it's so underrated," "Up the Luton" and "Big up da home town Luton come onnn."
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