Loose Women's Janet Street-Porter 'censored' on ITV show as producers step in

Janet Street-Porter has been 'censored' by Loose Women bosses, with the outspoken star revealing she had to change something she was planning to say on the show, due to it not being suitable for a daytime audience.

Having been noticeably absent from the ITV panel for the first few months of the year, Janet has been back in her chair in recent weeks and joined host Coleen Nolan and co-stars Judi Love and Sophie Morgan for the lunchtime programme's third live episode of this week. The hour long broadcast saw the quartet joined by guests Brook Vincent and Laura Norton, who were interviewed on new ITVBe series Drama Queens, as well as discussing their feelings on motivational quotes.

As well as reacting to the ones deemed most popular, each of the Loose Women stars were asked if they had any of their own that were the mantras to their lives. After Sophie spoke first, Janet was asked by Coleen if she had one and it was then that she claimed that the one she wanted to use wasn't 'allowed' so it had to be changed to a 'sanitised version' - 'Fit in or JSP off' as an icon of her with bleeped out swear words appeared on screen.

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At the start of this year, it was reported that journalist Janet was caught up in a 'row' with ITV bosses, after both she and fellow journo Jane Moore had been ordered to sign contracts saying they were permanent ITV employees rather than freelance journalists, something both women were said to be reluctant to do.