ITV Loose Women reveal Christmas party disaster as Judi Loves handbag set on fire at table

Loose Women's Christmas party ended in chaos when Judi Love's handbag caught fire at the table, Jane Moore has revealed.

The ITV daytime show's cast celebrated together on Wednesday night, and in Thursday's show they gave viewers a taste of what had happened the night before at their festive do.

Host Kaye Adams told fans that there had been "a lot of concealer" involved in getting the panel ready for the episode as they had been partying the night before.

But then Jane revealed: "The most exciting part of the night, the biggest roar, the shriek down one end of the table, somebody suddenly went, 'Judi, your handbag's on fire'."

Denise Welch laughed: "It was like an episode of EastEnders."

Jane explained to viewers as a clip from the raucous party played: "She put her bag on the table and the strap caught fire on a candle."

Comedian Judi could be heard shouting out "it's Mulberry" in the video as the guests got up from the table to help her, and Denise said: "I love that she's shouting out the designer name of it!"

Jane added: "So there you go, so that was the biggest drama of the night."

The Loose Women ladies have also shared some videos from the party on social media including various cast members taking a turn on the karaoke machine.

Christine Lampard was shown performing a rap to the Salt-N-Pepa hit Let's Talk About Sex, while the whole team were seen singing along to Wham!'s Last Christmas.

Elsewhere in the show, This Morning host Josie Gibson joined the panel as a guest to talk about her time on I'm A Celebrity and shared details of her hospital dash when she arrived back in the UK.

She told how she had fallen ill on the flight home from Australia when she began shivering and had to be taken to hospital after they landed in the UK.

Josie, who was the last female contestant left in the jungle, said: "I had severe tonsilitis, I couldn't breathe, so I got taken to hospital and they put me on a drip to get the swelling down so I could breathe again.

"It was a bit touch and go whether I could make This Morning."

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