Loose Women to finally welcome back studio audience for the first time in over 2 years

The Loose Women stars declared some thrilling news during their ITV daytime show today, inviting fans once again into their studio as live crowds are set to return in September.

Without precedent for two years, any semblance of Coleen Nolan, Janet Street-Porter and Ruth Langsford will be sat before a genuine crowd, after over two years during the pandemic.

Sharing the news, Coleen said ‘Over the beyond more than two years it has been a piece desolate and exhaust in here.

‘We have our beautiful group, however sorry team, however much we love you, it’s not exactly enough.

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‘This studio needs topping off, so from early September, we are bringing back the studio crowd, folks.’

She proceeded: ‘It will be nerve-wracking in light of the fact that it’s been for such a long time,’ adding: ‘It will be decent in every one of the breaks to have them to converse with.

Christine Lampard added: ‘We’ve very missed having a studio crowd. It’s only us here, it’ll be so wonderful to see all of you returning.’

Nonetheless, not long subsequent to declaring the news, Christine shared that the site where fans could apply for tickets had proactively crashed.

Among the turning moderators, Frankie Bridge and Charlene White have never introduced before a live crowd, having joined during the pandemic.

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Janet kidded ‘Presently when the crowd is here, I’ll need to do greater more extensive grins,’ with Jane joking: ‘Like you have wind!’

The situation sounded totally different on the show the initial time the studio crowd were absent, back in March 2020, as Andrea McLean, Stacey Solomon, Saira Khan and Jane Moore left set, with simply the show’s floor chief whooping energetically.

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