It’s looking like Loose Women might return to our TV’s.
The daily talk show what has been off our television screens since the UK went into lockdown in March have been showing old episodes daily.
It was last Friday when the loose ladies first went live in just under a month as they hosted a show to show their love and support for the NHS last Friday.
The Loose Women are hopeful that they will be back during the lockdown, with one of them declaring:
“We cannot be beaten! We must not!”
Now Nadia Sawalha has been speaking about the show returning back daily as she continued to say:
“It felt like we were triumphing over this hell,”
“If there’s any way ITV can get it on, I’m sure they will. It’s one of their most popular daytime shows. Now, more than ever, people want relatability.”
Nadia then admitted that last weeks live episodes from their home was was “difficult technically”, but said director husband Mark Adderley was able to set everything up.
Nadia said that the cameras where hooked up to her kitchen as she continued to say:
“It was like Big Brother,”
“It was remote controlled by the TV centre. I got paranoid thinking: ‘What if they’re all listening to me?’”
It must have been so fun filming at home but we are sure that they would prefer to be back in their London studios.