Madd (duo)

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BornSusan "Sue" Evans
(1968-09-16) 16 September 1968 (age 50)
Imani "Ginny" Evans
(1992-01-24) 24 January 1992 (age 27)
Other namesMother and Daughter Duo
OccupationReality television personalities, Television producers
Years active2014-present

Susan "Sue" Evans (born 16 September 1968) and Imani "Ginny" Evans (born 24 January 1992) are Reality television personalities and Television producers known as MADD, which is an acronym for Mother and Daughter Duo.


Their careers in television began during 2014, when they were selected to appear in the BBC observational documentary The Kitchen, which focused on the family dynamics, similar to Gogglebox.[1] The year after, they starred alongside Vicky Pattison on Judge Geordie, where Imani was seeking guidance and support after Sue had met a new man called Carlton and subsequently felt left out.[2] They went face to face with Katie Hopkins on her TLC show If Katie Hopkins Ruled the World.

In 2016, they appeared on primetime television on Meet the Parents, presented by Holly Willoughby. They have also done some interviews and have gotten into some celebrity feuds.[3]

On 5 June 2017, Sue was one of the potential candidates to become 'The People's Housemate' on the eighteenth series of Big Brother, however finished in third place, losing out to Tom Barber. On 28 June 2017, it was revealed that Sue would become a housemate. She entered on Day 25. Evans was evicted from the house on Day 40.

Personal life[edit]

MADD currently reside in Luton. Since their stints on Judge Geordie and If Katie Hopkins Ruled the World, Sue and Carlton have gotten engaged and have asked Vicky and Katie to be a bridesmaids at her wedding.[4]


  1. ^ "Episode 2, The Kitchen - BBC Two".
  2. ^ Laws, Roz (17 June 2015). "MTV's Judge Geordie will see Birmingham mum and daughter at loggerheads".
  3. ^ "Jemma Lucy branded 'tack bag with IQ lower than knickers' by UK answer to Tiffany Pollard". 20 August 2016.
  4. ^ OKMagazineTV (17 July 2015). "In The Style: Imani and Sue Evans" – via YouTube.