Loose Women stars call show a "sisterhood" as they break silence on feud rumours

Loose Women stars Jane Moore and Katie Piper have spoken out about the rumours of a feud between the show's famous panelists that have been doing the rounds lately, mostly surrounding Coleen Nolan.

Frankie Bridge, Judi Love and Nolan herself have all denied the speculation.

Now, veteran panelist Moore and new panelist Piper have also stated that there isn't any drama going on, with the latter calling the show a "sisterhood".

Speaking to The Mirror, Piper explained of joining the show: "It’s been really nice. We all do other projects outside of the show, so when Judi Love was on MasterChef, we were all messaging saying, 'I love what she’s cooking.' Or when Brenda Edwards has been on tour with Hairspray: The Musical, we’ve all got tickets to go. It’s a genuine camaraderie."


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Of course, debates are known to get pretty heated on the show, but Moore explained that as soon as the cameras stop rolling, the arguments are left behind.

"In the ad breaks, we’ll say, 'That was a bit fiery, wasn’t it?'," she admitted. "I have an issue when people say, 'Jane Moore and Nadia Sawalha cat fight on Loose Women.'

"Please, come on, we’re past that. They never do it about two blokes on a news programme and it’s so lame. Let’s move on, we’re not in the 1950s anymore. But we take it in our stride and get on with it."


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Meanwhile, fellow Loose Women panelist Carol McGiffin denied that there was a feud between herself and Lorraine Kelly following a Twitter debacle.

Loose Women airs on weekdays at 12.30pm on ITV.