A special Bank Holiday Monday edition of Loose Women saw the ladies joined by their partners.
Loose Women & Loved Ones saw the lunchtime show hosted by Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes, Katie Price and Kieran Hayler, Ola and James Jordan, and Stacey Solomon and Joe Swash.
While the gang talked about everything to do with their relationships – even taking lie detector tests, the big shock came at the end of the episode when the boys were given free rein to dress their women as they pleased.
And the results were hilarious!
Stacey came out first with Joe explaining he “had a right thing for teachers and receptionists” from a young age.
“I feel masculine – I’m a bit worried about what you’re attracted to at the moment,” Stacey laughed when she looked at herself in the mirror and saw Joe had dressed her in a tux.
Katie Price was next and hubby Kieran explained he was keen to see her with some clothes on – at which point James Jordan cut in and said Kieran had actually said he wanted Katie to dress more her age.
We’re sure that didn’t go down well!
Katie came out in a long floaty skirt and cardigan – a far cry from her usual skimpy get up.
“I look like something out of the Waltons. It’s like my nan’s curtains, it’s disgusting. This is absolute… are you trying to say this is my age?” She hit out at her husband.
It was Eamonn’s turn to explain himself next and he told the lads and the audience he felt his wife was too conservative, and he’d like her to be more “out there”.
She practically sizzled as she came out in a tight-fighting, off-the-shoulder red dress.
She gave Eamonn a hug as she explained: “I do like it, but I actually can’t breathe. I feel like Pretty Woman.”
James had gone along the same lines as Eamonn, wanting to make his wife look incredibly sexy. She already dresses in pretty form-fitting clothes, how much tighter could it get?!
“All blokes would do the same thing I did,” James said. “I’ve always had this thing for rubbery outfits.”
As Ola came out in the pink latex number, it was clear she was struggling to walk. James just commented that it should have been even shorter to enable her to move easier!
“I can’t walk in this, seriously. It’s not comfortable at all. They squeezed me in,” she told her fellow panellists.
“It looks brilliant,” Eamonn cheekily assured her.
As Eamonn asked the producers if the ladies could take their clothes home, none of them looked too keen on that idea.
Let’s see if any of them alter their looks after this!