Loose Women's Nadia Sawalha hits back at feud claims on the show
Loose Women's Nadia Sawalha has responded to claims of an ongoing feud between the show's panellists.
The group often get into heated debates on the show, leading to constant speculation of animosity between the presenters. However, Nadia has now insisted that the group all get on behind the scenes.
"There is no feud – I think it's that thing where people always expect women must be arguing. We honestly get on so well," she said (via The Sun).
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She continued: "When the audience are there and they see it get a bit heated, they will see us literally finish a topic and then go into the commercial break and then go, 'Can I have one of your crisps?'. We just laugh it off backstage."
The panellist went on to add that she "loves" being part of the show as well as the strong bond that she's formed with her co-stars over the years.
"I absolutely love being part of the panel, to know people over such a long period of time and the intensity," Nadia said.
"I have great friends and I just love my job so much, I always say they have to take me out in a box in Loose Women."
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Nadia isn't the only Loose Women panellist to quash feud rumours either, with co-star Denise Welch saying the "feisty debates" don't impact their friendships outside of the show.
"I'm not afraid to be passionate and committed about something. We all have different views, we're great friends," she said in an interview with The Sun.
"I do get upset that people are trying to make out that we're always in some backstage feud. I haven't fallen out with any of them in 20 years – but we have very feisty debates."
Loose Women airs on weekdays at 12.30pm on ITV1 and streams on ITVX.
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