Coleen Nolan details ‘awful’ atmosphere at Loose Women’s ITV studios: ‘It’s horrible’

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Loose Women presenter Coleen Nolan, who has been presenting the ITV programme during lockdown from her kitchen, has spoken out about how the ITV studio’s atmosphere is “awful” while very few have been working there. The singer admitted the building feels like a “ghost town”.

It’s horrible.

Coleen Nolan

It comes after Coleen was asked about how she has found filming Loose Women during lockdown.

The presenter explained in an exclusive interview with “Very strange sitting in my kitchen, but, I’ve kind of got used to it now because I’m doing one a week.

“And what’s lovely is that when it’s finished, I’m at home. I’m just already at home. I don’t have to commute. I don’t have to stay in London in a hotel for two or three nights.”

Coleen continued: “Every time they go, ‘Oh, everyone will be able to go back to work soon.’ I’m thinking ah, I’m really enjoying it from my kitchen.


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“So yeah, at first I thought it would feel weird, but actually now it doesn’t. Technology is so good now though, isn’t it? Yeah, I’m quite enjoying it.”

However, Coleen opened up about what the studio is really like at the moment, after hearing reports first-hand from one of her colleagues.

Without divulging who had said it, she stated: “[They] said that the atmosphere at the studios is awful because there’s nobody there.

“The whole studio with about three cameramen,” she revealed.

“There’s no audience. The actual building itself is like a ghost town so they said, ‘Actually at the show, it’s horrible’.”

In the same interview, Coleen’s sister Maureen, 66, told the host why it has been enjoyable for her and her siblings to watch her on TV from her new kitchen.

Maureen interjected: “But from our point of view watching you, Coleen, on Loose Women.

“Coleen’s recently moved house but we haven’t been able to see her house yet,” she shared.

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“So when she’s on there we go, ‘Oh, kitchen looks nice.'”

She added: “I go, ‘What was on the back corner there? It looks really nice.'”

Coleen and Maureen recently filmed their new series The Nolans Go Cruising with their two sisters, Linda, 61, and Anne, 69.

The programme shows the four sisters cruising around the Mediterranean to spend some quality time together and prepare for their final performance at the end of their vacation.


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While discussing their final performance of I’m In The Mood For Dancing, Coleen and Maureen went on to remember their late sister Bernie, who died aged 52 following her long battle with breast cancer.

Maureen revealed that Coleen had to step into Bernie’s shoes to sing the lead of their hit song “whether she wanted to or not”.

She shared: “It was kind of sad because we know how much she would have really enjoyed the whole experience doing the song again, but Coleen took over the lead whether she wanted to or not!”

Coleen went on to admit: “There was no way I was ever going to fill her shoes. For even trying to get halfway in her shoes was amazing.”

The Nolans Go Cruising airs Tuesdays at 10pm on Quest Red and is available on Dplay.

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