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Loose Women's Janet Street-Porter branded 'disgusting' after mocking Denise Welch live on air

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Loose Women panellist Janet Street-Porter caused a bit of a stir among ITV's daytime viewers after she cheekily took a jab at her co-star Denise Welch during Tuesday's episode.

The panel, which included Brenda Edwards and host Christine Lampard, were in the middle of a heated debate about whether parents should incentivise their children for exam success when Janet couldn't resist boasting about her 11 'O' levels.Denise, who used to be on Corrie, shared a story from her own school days, saying: "When I was doing my 'O' Levels, my mum and dad could have offered me the world and I would have still climbed down the drainpipe to go and be with my boyfriend.

I was awful as regards revising and studying and it just wasn't for me."After revealing that she managed to get five 'O' Levels, Janet retorted, "Is that all? ", leading Denise to admit that she had to take her exams twice because she had to resit Needlework, according to OK!Janet, always one to stir the pot, made sure to point out that one of Denise's five 'O' Levels was in Needlework, followed by a chuckle.

Denise quickly responded with, "And we're all on the same show, thank you very much!" Despite Denise taking Janet's dig in stride, fans watching from home weren't too pleased with Janet's sharp banter with her colleague, the Mirror reports.Get the latest news sent straight to your messages by joining our WhatsApp community today.You'll receive daily updates on breaking news as well as the top headlines across Scotland.No one will be able to see who is signed up and no one can send messages except the Daily Record team.All you have to do is click here if you're on mobile, select 'Join Community' and you're in!If you're on a desktop, simply scan the QR code above with

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