Loose Women ITV 'exit' confirmed as stars shoot spin-off show at new location

Loose Women film at The Eden Project
Loose Women film at The Eden Project -Credit:ITV

Loose Women has 'left' ITV, with several stars from the popular show heading to a very different location to shoot a special spin-off episode.

Loose Women has been a staple of ITV's lunchtime output for over 20 years now, with TV personalities like Kaye Adams, Denise Welch, Jane Moore and Coleen Nolan being there for many of them and still making regular appearances on the long running programme. And now, in a break with tradition, the show has made the switch from its usual home at Television Centre in the White City area of London to a world famous landmark - The Eden Project.

Scottish host Kaye, Jane and colleagues Katie Piper and Nadia Sawalha headed to Cornwall to shoot the episode for World Earth Day on Monday, April 22, when they will discuss if the way that we live, love, spend and socialise can help save the planet. Speaking about the episode, which will see them joined by celebrity guest and ex Really Wild Show presenter Michaela Strachan, Kaye said: “What an honour it is to have the opportunity to host the show from the Eden Project to mark this year’s World Earth Day. It’s genuinely been an ambition of mine to visit for years."

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She added: "The Eden Project is a year older than Loose Women and another great example of how much can change in 25 years, which is what this very important episode is about and I’m thrilled to be involved.”

On her involvement in the World Earth Day special, Michaela commented: "As you can imagine, I am a big fan of the Eden Project. I first visited it when it had just opened and it's amazing to see how much it's grown over the years, both in plants and the education of all the visitors.

" It was so fab to see the Loose Women ladies filming there and really appreciating all it had to offer. Such a perfect place to do their 'Loose Women Goes Green' special and chat about all things green, sustainable and environmental. I was so in my element!”