Kaye Adams acknowledges 'tension' between 'Loose Women' hosts

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Kaye Adams has opened up on the backstage 'tension' between the Loose Women hosts.

In an interview with Metro, Adams admitted that there was some truth the rumours that some of the hosts do not get on with each other.

Directly addressing the rumours, Adams said: "Have there been times of tension between individuals? Yes, there have."

Read more: Coleen Nolan's 'Loose Women' co-stars rally round her to deny feud claims

She added: "I’m not going to deny that there are occasions when people maybe have a bit of a beef with somebody else but it’s nothing that hasn’t been fixable."

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Adams, who has appeared on Loose Women on and off since 1999, did refute claims that certain stars refused to work together: "There’s nobody who will walk out of the door when somebody else walks in. Nobody refuses to work with anybody else."

Ruth Langsford had previously denied that any feud existed. She told Lorraine Kelly earlier this year: "We have some heated discussions. But we don’t fall out, somehow people just love to pit women against women, don’t they."

Watch: Ruth Langsford responds to rumours of Loose Women feuds

Read more: Ruth Langsford denies Loose Women 'feud' rumours

The initial reports, printed by the Daily Mail in January, alleged that several Loose Women stars were refusing to work with Coleen Nolan after she and her agent clashed with co-star Nadia Sawalha.

At the time, ITV said of the story: "This story is untrue. Panellists are chosen for each show by the Loose Women Editor and senior production team, not the panellists themselves."

LONDON, ENGLAND - JANUARY 28: Stacey Solomon, Alison Hammond, Nadia Sawalha, Brenda Edwards, Kaye Adams, Denise Welch and Kelle Bryan attend the National Television Awards 2020 at The O2 Arena on January 28, 2020 in London, England. (Photo by Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images)
Stacey Solomon, Alison Hammond, Nadia Sawalha, Brenda Edwards, Kaye Adams, Denise Welch and Kelle Bryan attend the National Television Awards. (Getty Images)

Nolan also refuted the claims on social media: "Nothing printed in The Mail article today is true & I am taking legal advice about the slurs on me personally. We’ll also be addressing it on @loosewomen. Thanks for your support. Love Coleen xx"

Loose Women is currently presented on rotation by Langsford, Charlene White, Kaye Adams and Christine Lampard. The show includes regular panellists such as Frankie Bridge, Nolan, Janet Street-Porter, Denise Welch and Stacey Solomon.

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