'Loose Women' panellists dismiss rumours over backstage feuds: 'Absolute nonsense'

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Jane Moore, Charlene White and other Loose Women stars have hit back at the ongoing claims there has been tension behind the scenes.

The ITV daytime show has seen the panellists get into heated discussions about trending topics over the years, with recent clashes leading to reports of 'feuds' taking place backstage.

However, Jane Moore shut down speculation in an interview with OK! magazine as she stated: "In the ad breaks, we’ll say, 'that [debate] was a bit fiery, wasn’t it?'

"[But] I have an issue when people say, 'Jane Moore and Nadia Sawalha catfight on Loose Women'. Please, come on, we’re past that."

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The 59-year-old continued: "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."

Fellow anchor Charlene White also slammed the speculation as she branded reports 'absolute nonsense'.

"When you’re on the outside looking in and you see all those stories… written about the ladies on the panel, you have an impression of what it’s going to be like," White added. "Then you walk into this amazing group of women and realise that everyone’s incredibly supportive."

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Katie Piper also agreed with her co-workers as she insisted there was "genuine camaraderie" between the show’s team of presenters.

Meanwhile, Coleen Nolan also responded to the ongoing speculation on Tuesday, 8 March during an appearance on Lorraine.

Joining fellow panellist Gloria Hunniford for a discussion about International Women's Day, Nolan insisted all debates "end at the desk" no matter how heated they might become.

"It would be a very boring show if we all agreed on everything, that's what I love about it," the 56-year-old stated. "When it ends, it ends at the desk. It never carries on afterwards."

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