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Ruth Langsford (born 17 March 1960 in Singapore) is an English television presenter of shows such as This Morning, Gift Wrapped and How the Other Half Lives. Langsford is an anchor on ITV's lunchtime chat show Loose Women and presents Ruth Langsford's Fashion Edit on QVC. She took part in the fifteenth series of Strictly Come Dancing, where she came ninth. She is currently the longest serving female presenter of This Morning. Ruth currently is more frequently known for her exclusive fashion collection, for British fashion label QVC. After being approached to curate a collection, Langsford signed a multi million pound endorsement deal that spawned 19 sellout collections; 18 of which debuted at London Fashion Week Women’s Collection.
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Loose Women's Coleen Nolan, 58, strips naked as fans brand her 'amazing'

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Coleen Nolan has been branded "amazing" and "powerful" after stripping off to promote her new live shows on social media. The Loose Women panellist, 58, is heading out on her first ever live tour on her own in 2024, with dates scheduled across the UK in places including Blackpool, Stockport, St Helens, Northampton and Bournemouth.The official poster for the tour features Coleen sitting in a gold and pink teacup with no clothes on, aside from a pair of gold glittery high heels, with her arm placed across her chest.

The word 'naked' is written across the cup in pink ink and the show promises "music, life & laughter", as well as "in the mood for dancing".

Coleen's tour poster was met with dozens of comments online, with many of her fans and celeb pals celebrating the news and sharing their plans to attend one of her shows.

Loose Women presenter Ruth Langsford penned: "Yaaay!! About time! I'll be there with bells on!" while Diversity star Ashley Banjo said: "Yes Coleen".

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