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Loose Women panel in chaos as Judi Love’s hilarious dating advice leaves Nadia Sawalha and Frankie Bridge in fits of laughter

The Loose Women panel were left in uncontrollable fits of laughter thanks to Judi Love’s pretty hilarious dating advice.

During Friday’s episode, the panel got stuck into a debate about whether they feel comfortable holding hands and what it says about their relationships.

Lead host Kaye Adams recalled a funny dating experience where an ex-boyfriend held her neck in an awkward way whenever they were walking down the street.

‘I remember feeling like a ventriloquist dummy and I’d see a corner coming up and I’d think, ooh!’ she recalled while acting out the scenario.

Kaye struggled to find a gentle way to let him know the PDA wasn’t working for her but Judi had the perfect suggestion.

When asked what she would have said, the comedian replied: ‘Let go of muh neck,’ with a West Indian accent.

‘Stop holding me neck,’ she added as Nadia Sawalha bowled over cry-laughing while struggling to get a word out and co-host Frankie Bridge wiped tears from her eyes.

Kaye seemed to be the only host able to keep it together and sent the show to an ad-break so her fellow panellists could regain their composure.

When they returned, there seemed to be a little more order in the studio as Kaye joked: ‘I think Nadia’s just about recovered.’

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Nadia Sawalha was so amused she couldn’t get a word out (Picture: ITV)

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Judi Love’s advice sent the panel into hysterics (Picture: ITV)

Viewers were equally as entertained by Judi’s advice, with one commenting: ‘I’ve lost a lung at #LooseWomen Let go of my neck.’

Another reacted: ‘But y around the neck? That was actually funny Let go of mi neck yes!’

‘Judi Love on Loose Women is the best thing to happen ever,’ one praised.





‘Today’s show is hilarious,’ another viewer agreed.

Loose Women has impressed viewers this week with audiences celebrating the programme for having an all-Black panel on Thursday.

Charlene White led the episode and was joined by Kelle Bryan, Judi Love and Brenda Edwards.

Richard Madeley will also lead an all-male panel to mark Mental Health Awareness Week.

Loose Women airs weekdays at 12:30pm on ITV.

Credit: Original article published here.

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