Dramatic accusations have hit the Loose Women ladies recently, with former Geordie Shore star Charlotte Crosby calling her appearance on the show the “worst day of my life”.
Charlotte appeared on the programme in May 2016, where she was grilled on her new nose job by the panellists, in particular by Janet Street Porter.
Former reality star Charlotte previously revealed all about her experience at the time, telling new! Magazine that she’d never go back on the show again.
She said, “I’ve been on Loose Women and it was a horrible experience. I cried before and afterwards, that’s why I wouldn’t go back on. Charlotte also shockingly accused the Loose Women ladies of bullying. She said, “It was awful. I was bullied. I’m never going on again in my life. I hated it.”
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And now she’s spoken up again to admit that it was the “worst day of my life”, and reveal how she left the show in floods of tears.
Charlotte’s former Geordie Shore co-star Marnie Simpson also appeared on Loose Women on 5th June. She posted a message to Twitter to describe what a great time she’d had. But Charlotte then let her know that she hadn’t been so lucky during her time on the programme, tweeting back at Marnie to tell her about her own experience.
She admitted, “I’m glad they were nice to you. I got GRILLED.”
At the time, some viewers branded Charlotte’s appearance on Loose Women as awkward and uncomfortable. Many commented on that fact that Janet Street Porter in particular took a slightly aggressive stance when questioning her.
Speaking about her nose job, Janet asked, “What message does that send to teenage girls who watch your show, follow you on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, who might think, ‘My nose has a lump in it but I haven’t got four grand to spend’?”
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Charlotte replied, “I can understand your point completely.” She also defended herself saying that it was her decision to get the work done.
It’s not the first time bullying accusations have followed the Loose Women set. When Katie Price joined the show at the beginning of 2016, many viewers accused Coleen Nolan of repeatedly putting her down. But Katie herself was quick to defend her fellow panellist, saying “It’s called banter, that’s all it is. You know what it’s like, people take things out of context.”