Some of the familiar faces on Loose Women (Picture: Rex Features)
It’s hard to imagine daytime TV without Loose Women.
Ever since it first arrived in 1999, the ITV show has become a regular fixture on our screens over the course of more than 3,000 episodes.
The concept is a simple one. Four female presenters interview celebrities and share experiences from their own lives, discussing everything and anything about the current affairs of the day.
The programme has offered up some of the most honest and outspoken discussions anywhere on British TV in that time.
Many people have starred on the show since it launched more than 20 years ago, with Kaye Adams and Nadia Sawalha stepping up to host the very first episodes.
Since then, there have been many panellists taking part in the show – but who is presenting the show now?
Here’s everything you need to know.
Who are the current cast of the ITV show?
Judi Love, Nadia Sawalha and Frankie Bridge are three of the show’s stars (Picture: Rex)
There are 18 rotating cast members on Loose Women, with some of the original members having stayed on the show since way back in 1999.
Ruth Langsford is one of the stars to have been on the show ever since its debut and then returned in 2009 as a series regular. When she appears now, she presents in the show’s first seat.
Kaye Adams is also one of the longest-serving stars having joined in 1999. She left in 2006, but returned in 2013.
Jane Moore was also one of the stars that returned to the show in 2013 alongside Kaye, Nadia Sawalha and Coleen Nolan.
Charlene White is a relatively recent addition to the show, having taken over as presenter from Andrea Mclean when she left in 2020.
Charlene took over from Andrea in 2020 (Picture: Rex)
Jane Moore is one of the stars of Loose Women (Picture: ITV)
Elsewhere, Christine Lampard often presents the show, while Stacey Solomon, Linda Robson, Janet Street-Porter and Brenda Edwards appear as regular panellists.
Gloria Hunniford, Judi Love, Kelle Bryan, Carol McGiffin, Denise Welch, Penny Lancaster and Frankie Bridge also regularly star on the programme.
Meanwhile, it was recently announced that Loose Women will rebrand as Loose Men for a day and feature an all-male panel to coincide with Mental Health Awareness Week.
Loose Women was also celebrated by audiences as an all-Black panel took the reins for a recent episode.
Loose Women airs on weekdays at 12.30pm on ITV.
Credit: Original article published here.