Loose Women viewers pleaded with ITV to ditch the women and get Westlife to present full-time
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Loose Women: Viewers plead for Westlife to take over from female presenters ‘every day’

The lads went down a storm

Loose Women viewers were all saying the same things after Irish boyband Westlife took the show over for 15 minutes today (Friday November 26).

In a similar situation to the Loose Men show, Loose Life saw the four lads discuss personal topics and issues.

And viewers loved it – so much so they want to ditch the women and have Westlife on every day!

Loose Women viewers pleaded with ITV to ditch the women and get Westlife to present full-time
Nicky on today’s Loose Women (Credit: ITV)

What happened today on Loose Women with Westlife?

Today, Loose Women featured Kaye Adams, Nadia Sawalha and Katie Piper.

But soon, Kaye revealed that boyband Westlife were coming in for a takeover dubbed ‘Loose Life’.

Read more: Loose Women set for huge shake-up tomorrow as special episode airs

Sure enough, Markus Feehily, Shane Filan, Nicky Byrne and Kian Egan all appeared.

And during their 15 minutes of Loose Women fame, the lads discussed crying, coming out and having babies.

It was a personal and fun chat, and viewers loved it.

How did viewers react to the Westlife takeover?

So much so that some called for Westlife to take over the from female presenters full time.

One pleaded: “Sod #LooseWomen let’s have #LooseLife every day please! What a treat! @westlifemusic @NickyByrne @ShaneFilan @MarkusFeehily @KianEganWL – let’s get #LooseLife trending!”

Another wrote: “Can @westlifemusic take over @loosewomen more often please [red heart emoji].”

A third chuntered: “Should have made Westlife panel the whole show. Was good. #LooseWomen.”

Finally, one fan demanded: “Westlife need their own talk show NOW #loosewomen.”

Vernon Kay anchored Loose Men
Vernon Kay anchored Loose Men (Credit: ITV)

Loose Men happened last week

It’s not the first time men have infiltrated the Loose Women set.

Only last week, Vernon Kay anchored a special show, dubbed Loose Men.

Featuring a panel comprising Mike Tindall, Ore Oduba and Iain Stirling the chaps opened dup in aid of International Men’s Day.

Read more: ITV viewers demand Loose Men becomes ‘regular’ show

And they won praise, too.

One viewer wrote: “Can Loose Men become a weekly show? Like every Friday or something?

“There is no way one show a year can help normalise male mental health and other issues.

“Also, it’s refreshing to see some good professional guys chatting and listening without shouting over each other!”

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