Loose Women: Last News

+20

Loose Women's Linda Robson details 'meltdown' before Stacey Solomon rushed her to Priory

Linda Robson, 64, has admitted that the new autobiography she's been creating has been "a bit like counselling" for her, after reliving all of her darkest thoughts about depression, suicidal tendencies and alcohol dependency in a chilling "trip down memory lane".
express.co.uk

Related News

express.co.uk
51%
601
Loose Women's Frankie Bridge fights back tears after 'shame' over secret eating disorder
She admitted that she felt "shame" and "embarrassment" over her therapist's request that she keep a food diary documenting what she eats."Last time she asked me to do a food diary was when I kind of bowed out and never booked another session in!"I've had therapy for years about depression, anxiety, talking about really personal things, but for some reason, talking about food and weight seems so much harder for me," she continued.The Sunday Times bestseller added that she was "constantly" plotting ways to restrict her intake, and had categorised food into good and bad groups, believing that carbs were akin to the devil."Is there any wonder heroin chic is back? Everyone's gotta be skinny again," she lamented, referring to the 1990s trend in the fashion world."When I was younger, if someone asked me if I was unwell because I was so skinny, it felt like I'd won - and if I go to bed and I feel hungry, I feel proud of myself," she shared."It's just from that 90s mentality that is inbred into me and it's going to be so hard to kind of get that out of me and retrain."However, she confessed that the food diary - which she has finally attempted to start doing - has helped her refocus her thoughts."When I see it written down, I'm like, of course I'm eating like an absolute idiot!" she explained."I never realised I have at least five to six hours between eating [each meal] and then I'm starving, so I reach for the easiest thing which will be something that's not nutritious, or carbs that I've been told for so many years since the Atkins diet that I'm not supposed to eat because it's the devil...
express.co.uk
83%
250
Denise Welch defends co-star Charlene White over I’m A Celeb exit and slams Matt Hancock
Denise Welch, 64, took to Twitter last night to praise her Loose Women colleague Charlene White, 42, after she was the first campmate to be voted out of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! The ITV star went on to aim a jibe at the people who voted for former Health Secretary Matt Hancock, 44, over Charlene. In view of her 543,000 followers, Denise wrote: “Charlene missed her babies.She stuck to her principles. “People have very short memories regarding Hancock,” Denise continued with reference to Matt’s behaviour during the coronavirus pandemic. “I’m very proud of my friends Charlene and Sue,” she concluded with heart emojis, also mentioning campmate and Coronation Street actress Sue Cleaver, 59.Last night, Charlene failed to secure enough votes from the public and, aside from Olivia Attwood who left within the first 24 hours for medical reasons, became the first campmate to leave the jungle. Denise’s followers took to the comments section to share their thoughts on the public’s decision to save Matt over Charlene, despite the massive backlash the MP received upon entering the jungle. Maxine wrote: “I still can't believe there's people defending him.They obviously didn't go through the pain of losing a loved one and not being able to be with them. “Try losing both your grandmas in the same week after not being able to see them for 18 months.”Amalia penned: “I'm so shocked that he's still in there. Can't get my breath.
express.co.uk
46%
964
I'm A Celeb's Charlene White's family cheekily turn on her over refusal to sleep in RV
The photo was captioned: “Sorry Char but either you sleep in the RV or Hammock or we vote for you to do a trial.”Charlene’s refusal to sleep in the RV sparked complaints from viewers claiming there had been a “rule break” on Charlene’s part. Gemma wrote on Twitter: “@imacelebrity @antanddec in the past campmates have been penalised if they didn’t obey the rules.“So why has Charlene been allowed to not stay in the RV?!” she asked incredulously. (sic)In view of their 6.8 million followers, Ant and Dec jumped to the ITV star’s defence, explaining that sleeping in the RV was not a requirement.The hosts: “The rules said that only the leader and deputy are allowed to stay in the RV, it didn’t state they HAD to… #ImACeleb.”The presenting duo read comments from viewers, who thought that the newsreader had broken camp rules, on an Instagram Live yesterday. "Why would she not want to sleep in there, it can't just be because of the spider,” Ant said.“Is it because you don't want to sleep next to Matt? Is that it?""You've got to think of the other people that have to then sleep in a hammock because of your actions and then have a bad back. “Then you've got to look at your actions, don't you?" he added.After reading through comments, Ant jokingly continued: "It is against the rules they said...
express.co.uk
43%
221
Ant and Dec in U-turn as they defend Charlene White for avoiding bed in RV on I'm A Celeb
 Loose Women’s Charlene White was defended by Ant and Dec today after fans complained about her “rule break” on the show.The I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! star has refused to sleep in an RV with Matt Hancock, despite the former Health Secretary awarding her the privileged position of deputy leader. I’m A Celeb fans have been complaining over what they feel has been a “rule break” on Charlene’s part. Gemma wrote on Twitter: “@imacelebrity @antanddec in the past campmates have been penalised if they didn’t obey the rules.“So why has Charlene been allowed to not stay in the RV?!” she asked incredulously. (sic)In view of their 6.8 million followers, Ant and Dec replied: “The rules said that only the leader and deputy are allowed to stay in the RV, it didn’t state they HAD to… #ImACeleb.”It comes after the news that Ant and Dec were due to speak to producers about Charlene’s “rule-breaking”.Camp leader Matt chose Charlene as his deputy, which meant she is supposed to sleep in a bed in the same RV as him.After her emotional refusal to do so, the hosts read comments from viewers, who thought that the newsreader had broken camp rules, on an Instagram Live yesterday. "Why would she not want to sleep in there, it can't just be because of the spider,” Ant said.“Is it because you don't want to sleep next to Matt? Is that it?" "You've got to think of the other people that have to then sleep in a hammock because of your actions and then have a bad back. “Then you've got to look at your actions, don't you?" he added.After reading through comments, Ant jokingly continued: "It is against the rules they said...
express.co.uk
89%
592
Denise Welch slams 'boring' I’m A Celeb as ITV host shuts down Charlene ‘feud’ claim
Denise had shared a tweet from her follower that said "Denise Welch seeing Charlene and Matt being besties" next to a meme of someone screaming.She added to the retweet: "Brilliant and true!!!" along with four angry emojis.Denise later addressed reports suggesting she had a personal issue with Charlene in a tweet denying the claims and explaining she “loves” her colleague.She wrote: “Stop twisting things!! I haven’t watched the last 2 nights. I love Charlene and I know how tricky it is to be in that environment.“I responded to a jokey video of me screaming!!”Denise earlier this month fumed on Twitter as news broke that Conservative MP Matt Hancock would be entering the I'm A Celebrity jungle.She spoke out on her outrage as she hit out at the MP for his handling of the Covid pandemic.Denise tweeted: "I bet all those people living with the pain of not being ‘allowed’ to be with their loved ones in the last years of their lives will be so excited to see Matt f***** Hancock in the jungle!! How dare he!!!"Other social media users rushed to the tweet’s replies to share their views on the controversial lineup addition.One who disagreed with Denise's comments was AlieCutting, who said: "I lost my mum during Covid, in a nursing home where I want to be allowed to be with her at the end, but please don’t think you talk for us all."All your comment does is ensure people remain bitter and prevent some of us from moving on."The Loose Women panellist reiterated: "I talk for no one but myself.
express.co.uk
82%
479
I'm A Celebrity: Inside Charlene White's family life with secret partner and young kids
I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! 2022 - and the announcement has sparked increased interest in the Loose Women star.The 42-year-old has been notoriously tight-lipped about her private life in the past, but is believed to be very much in love with partner Andy Woodfield.Charlene has never announced her marital status, but she is in a committed relationship with executive TV producer Andy, with whom she shares two children.The Jamaican TV regular welcomed a son, Alfie, in 2017, followed by daughter Florence two years after that.The foursome live together in South London, but although Charlene posts regular snaps of herself and her children, she's much less open about her partner, preferring to keep that aspect of her life out of the public eye.In contrast, she's been much more open about her own identity, appearing on the documentary Charlene White: Empire's Child to discuss her Jamaican heritage and how it relates to the history of the British Empire.Meanwhile, on one episode of Loose Women recently, she opened up about her plans with her partner for her 42nd birthday, telling her co-stars that he intended to take her out on a dinner date.Nadia Sawalha retorted that she also needed some me time, telling her: "You’ve got two little ones, say to your husband ‘Take them out.
express.co.uk
51%
737
I'm a Celeb's Charlene White admits 'insecurities' amid concerns about jungle shower
I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! due to her own "insecurities" about her body.The Loose Women star admitted she wasn't insecure about her appearance, but instead would rather remain discreet when washing, without exposing her figure "to the entire country".Charlene was asked in a recent interview about her thoughts on the famous shower scenes like Mylenne Klass' and whether she has any fears.She replied as reported by the Mirror: "I think what is wonderful about a show such as this is that it shows real life and real scenarios and real insecurities and there will be those who are really secure within their bodies and really happy stripping off and I will applaud that til the cows come home."It is brilliant but there will always be those who are also very tentative about doing that."I would probably come under that umbrella to be honest. It is not that I am necessarily insecure about my body, I also don’t want to show the entire country my body."But I think there is room for everybody to be honest and I don’t think anybody should be judged as to whether they want to show everything off or they would rather shower with a swimsuit on."Charlene will also be taking a break from Loose Women while on the show, with the presenter breaking down in tears when discussing her co-stars.She admitted: "They have been amazing to be honest and they think that I have got balls of steel and will be able to breeze through it."There is probably an element of yeah that is great you see me behind a desk and I do a live show and I know what I am doing, but this is completely outside of my comfort zone."They feel like I can do it and that kind of belief helps to drive me.
express.co.uk
92%
912
Denise Welch lashes out at James Jordan over stance on Matt Hancock’s I’m A Celeb stint
Loose Women star Denise Welch hit back at James Jordan on Twitter today after the Strictly Come Dancing star shared his opinion on the controversy surrounding Matt Hancock’s entry into the jungle.The former Health Secretary has faced backlash following the announcement that he will be starring on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! just one year after Britain went into lockdown. James voiced his opinion about the politician’s upcoming reality TV gig on Twitter earlier today in view of his 328,000 followers. “Is Matt Hancock the best I’m A Celebrity booking EVER?” James asked. “May not be morally right and you may not like him for his actions BUT I bet he brings in more viewers for the show,” he added.Hours later, Denise blasted James for his comments in light of the many deaths that occurred during the coronavirus pandemic while Matt was Health Secretary.“And that’s all that matters is it James? The ratings?” Denise replied angrily, in front of her 539,400 followers.“What about those who had to leave loved ones crying alone in their homes because of his rules that he broke???”James was fairly sympathetic in his response, as he wrote back: “Hi babe, I never said it was right just stating facts.“Also, please don’t forget my dad was in and out of hospital and couldn’t get to him when he was dying from a brain tumour. “I was angry too - but can’t be angry forever - just never forget.“Big love to you and your family,” James added with a red heart emoji. Denise’s rage comes after a previous outburst on Twitter yesterday, as she reacted with fury to the news that Matt would be joining the I’m A Celeb line-up.The star wrote at the time: “I bet all those people living with the pain of not being ‘allowed’ to be with their loved
DMCA