Celebrity Big Brother and Loose Women are both to be investigated by Ofcom, following tens of thousands of complaints from viewers earlier this month. In the case of Celebrity Big Brother, it will be investigated over whether Channel 5 showed ‘appropriate information’ in order to ‘avoid or minimise offence to viewers’. The reality show received over 25,000 complaints during its recently concluded series, after actress Roxanne Pallett accused fellow housemate Ryan Thomas of being physically abusive towards her during a ‘play fight’.
Coleen Nolan has denied that she's a bully after her sensational confrontation with former Celebrity Big Brother housemate Kim Woodburn on Loose Women.
Ofcom has received 448 complaints following Kim Woodburn's row with Coleen Nolan on yesterday's episode of Loose Women, according to reports.