Jonathan Ross has described how he put off seeing his mother before she died from cancer, because he “assumed she would be around for a lot longer”.
Stacey Solomon has returned to Loose Women for a special all-star episode of the show as it celebrates its 20th anniversary.
As Loose Women marks its 20th anniversary, we look back at some of the show’s most controversial moments.
Shayne Ward has warned “banter” has an impact on male mental health behind closed doors.
Nicola Sturgeon would be happy to join an all-women emergency Cabinet in an attempt to block a no-deal Brexit, she has told ITV’s Loose Women.
Ayda Field has described how she was left reeling after her mother was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease.
Lady Colin Campbell claims the Me Too movement has “prevented men from being men”.
Steps singer Claire Richards has said she was “too thin” to be accepted for I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here.
Charlie Sheen has said he would love to reunite with his former Two And A Half Men co-stars to produce a final few seasons of the sitcom.
Coleen Nolan has said that women continue to struggle with work and motherhood in a culture of “female ageism”.
Christine Lampard made an emotional return to Loose Women, which she said was “really strange” after being on maternity leave for five months.
Model and wife of Sir Rod Stewart Penny Lancaster is considering a career change and joining the police force.
Janet Street-Porter has revealed she is set to make an appearance on Neighbours.
Coleen Nolan admitted trolls left her in tears for 10 days as she opened up following her return to Loose Women.
Sir Cliff Richard’s interview on Loose Women suffered a momentary delay as the broadcast cut out.
Mark Labbett has claimed responsibility for convincing his The Chase co-star Anne Hegerty to go on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!.
Macy Gray says she was just “doing my thing” when she sparked concerns with an appearance on Loose Women.
Former Strictly Come Dancing professional dancer Brendan Cole has appeared to hint that he was dropped from the show after making comments about head judge Shirley Ballas.
New Top Gear host Freddie Flintoff has said he feels calm about taking over one of the most sought-after and talked-about jobs on TV.
Strictly Come Dancing’s Kate Silverton has said it has been “heaven” hearing tales of women inspired by her performances on the show.