I dunno.....I can accept Chelsy being someones name, but I still think it's chavvy and spelt stupidly. People do accept peoples names, but doesn't mean that people like those names, or don't hold some sort of judgement.
I don't think there is really any such thing as out right hating or even loving a name, really. I know people say "Oh once a child has got their name you can't imagine them being called anything else.However It depends who has got it. Not everyone grows onto their name eg I know 3 Lily's I love it on 2 of them but despise it to the point of irritation on the other. She just isn't a Lily by any strech of the imagination.
DuckEgg86 Chelsea tractor refers to the massive 4x4 driven by a certain section of the population of West London and elsewhere.
I dunno, Chelsey Davey was born into privilege so her parents didn't have to worry about her name, they knew she'd be fine. The parents of a working class Chelsy might worry that teachers/potential employers etc would make judgements on the name which could affect her life.
Chelsy is South African (I've been living here for a few years now) and there isn't the same standard of what constitutes 'chavvy' or 'yoonique'. For example, this morning I got an email from a Cammi-leigh and met a Charnel (in her 40s; she said "Like the designer but with an R") and a child called Tyger.
Most names are fine when you get to know the person, and unless they changed their name they didn't get to choose it. People do have prejudice about names, whether we like it or not. If you saw a name written down, would you expect the person to look a certain way or be from a certain culture or have a different background? I wasn't aware of Chelsy Davey before she was Hazza's girlfriend, but if I'd seen the name I would have thought her parents can't spell. Chelsea isn't too bad (e.g. Chelsea Clinton), but it became more popular and downmarket.