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Loose Women set for most emotional show yet

OHMYGOSSIP — ‘Loose Women’ will kick off their 20th anniversary with its “most emotional episode yet” next week.
The daytime talk show celebrates the milestone in September but a bumper five-part special on Monday (26.08.19) will see the panellists will move away from the stage and sit in the audience seats in pairs as they watch back some old clips of the programme’s biggest moments.
An insider told the Daily Mirror newspaper: “It’s an emotional watch as you see for the first time the women reacting to their biggest moments. It comes as the show prepares to celebrate 20 years on air this September.”
Among the emotional moments of personal news the presenters will reflect on will be Christine Lampard announcing her pregnancy on the show, and detailing how nervous she felt, Nadia Sawalha looking back on a surprise message she received from husband Mark Adderly to thank her for her support during his battle with depression, and Coleen Nolan, Andrea McLean and Denise Welch all using their position on the programme to announce the end of their marriages.
In a preview clip, Andrea reflected on the 2012 episode when she announced her marriage to Steve Toms was over.
Visibly emotional, she said: “Do you know it’s never easy announcing that your marriage is ending, it’s not something that happens overnight.
“It’s a long slow build up of events. Normally it’s something that’s contained. There comes a point when you have to go public about it.”
Meanwhile, Nadia grew emotional on the show on Monday (19.08.19) when she discussed the 1997 suicide of her first husband, Justin Mildwater.
She said: “I had a real tragedy while I was [on ‘EastEnders’], my first husband died and it was a truly, truly awful time for everybody. I had to carry on working, I was in the middle of a very big storyline.
“That was really hard because when somebody dies, so many people have an idea of how you should behave and how you should be. I remember just saying, ‘Can someone give me the book on what I’m supposed to be doing?’
“One of the first calls I got was from Wendy Richard. I’ll never forget it, she said ‘I can have a car there straight away, you can come to the flat, you can stay as long as you like’. I didn’t take her up because I was really scared of her, but it was such a lovely thing to do it really was.”

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