Coleen Nolan had quite enough of presenting Loose Women on today’s show, upping and leaving set at one point, declaring she had ‘never been more bored’.
However, it wasn’t an outrageous argument that had the panellist headed for the door, but a debate over tomato plants.
Brenda Edwards and Janet Street-Porter have been battling to grow the best tomato plants and, while the two ladies were locked in a debate over their gardening shenanigans, Coleen simply grabbed her mug and walked off set to get a cuppa.
‘Bye Col!’ Ruth Langsford said, as Coleen told her: ‘Give us your cup, I’ll make us a cuppa. I’ve never been more bored in my life.’
Clearly engrossed in their debate, which saw Janet admitting she’d brought ‘illegal’ tomato plants outside of the Loose Women rules, and Brenda accused of showing off her salad leaves, neither of them noticed she’d left until host Ruth pointed it out.
Safe to say, Coleen won’t be replacing Piers Morgan as the most memorable set storm-off, after he left the Good Morning Britain set following a clash with fellow presenter Alex Beresford.
Coleen upped and left (Picture: ITV)
Aside from their tomato plant dramas, the Loose Women panel have been recently sending out an important message about body positivity.
In a recent campaign, many of the Loose Women ladies were seen stripping off and posing for unedited photos to make a statement about photo editing online.
Loose Women’s Body Stories campaign has returned with a brand new set of images, both before and after the use of body tuning apps – exploring how we can make a change to ensure there is more transparency when posting edited images on social media.
She headed off for a cuppa (Picture: ITV)
Speaking on the programme, Coleen said she understands the pressure that young people face.
The TV host admitted that even though she has appreciated how she looks in photos with filters, she’d rather people see the real her.
‘We [should] teach young teenage girls that almost 100% of the beautiful pictures you’ve seen online have been filtered in some way,’ she said.
‘I think it’s really important for the people who put themselves out there to be really honest about [editing].’
Loose Women airs weekdays at 12:30pm on ITV.
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