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Wednesday 24th July 2019

Coleen Nolan forced to apologise for co-star's 'swearing' live on Loose Women

Naughty Brenda!

Coleen Nolan was stunned on Loose Women today (Tuesday June 25) when she was forced to apologise for fellow panellist Brenda Edwards' bad language.

Viewers were left in hysterics as former The X Factor star was ticked off by host Coleen.

Coleen apologised after Brenda's faux pas (Credit: ITV)

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The panel discussed how the Barbie Doll had changed through the years and whether the high street was ignoring curvier women when Brenda was caught unawares.

With an image up on the screen, Brenda said: "Look at her outfit. That is a bad [beep] outfit."

The panel erupted into laughter with Coleen immediately apologising, saying, "Apologies for that."

I'm gonna be in trouble now, I'm sorry.

Brenda then joked: "I'm gonna be in trouble now, I'm sorry."

Coleen responded: "I’ve always wanted to be in the hot seat to say, ‘apologies everybody’."

Brenda realised she had made a mistake (Credit: ITV)

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Viewers took to Twitter to voice their thoughts at Brenda's faux pas.

"Brenda, you're so bad [beep] #LooseWomen," one viewer joked, referring to Brenda's comment.

"What did Brenda just say #LooseWomen," another surprised viewer asked.

Finally, another Tweeter commented: "Anyone who moans about @brenda_edwards 'swearing' on TV is a MELT. #LooseWomen."

Janet took a swipe at what she called 'peripheral royals' like Princess Eugenie and Beatrice (Credit: ITV)

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Earlier on today's programme, Janet Street-Porter took a swipe at what she called 'peripheral royals' like Princess Eugenie and Beatrice.

The panel discussed whether it was wrong for tax payers' money to fund Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's home refurbishment.

Janet, 72, told her fellow panellists that she didn't think Princesses Eugenie and Beatrice should have the right to be called royals.

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