Loose Women viewers ‘switch off’ as new addition joins panel

Loose Women: Richard Madley appears on the panel

Loose Women viewers switched off from Thursday’s instalment as the ITV show decided to have a mixed panel.

It seemed as though fans weren’t pleased when they tuned into the afternoon programme as they saw Richard Madeley and Iain Stirling sit alongside Judi Love and Denise Welch.

Although the show often has an all-male panel with their Loose Men specials, Thursday saw the two shows collide.

Shortly after the episode began, it appeared many turned over as they took to social media to share their strong thoughts.

@101619linda wrote: “Love loose women but won’t be watching today sorry.”

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@vanessahodgesd added: “I think it’s best if I switch off the TV and go and do something else… anything else.”

@crazyUn34222237 said: “Will give it a miss today only one decent person on it and that’s Iain Stirling.”

However, there were some people who welcomed the change as @BevFink wrote: “I prefer a mixed panel.”

@ChantalMascoe added: “Loving this panel today and the opening discussions and Judi’s experience [sic]”

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@Grace536Grace tweeted: “I like having a mixture of men and women.”

During the show, the panellists spoke about a range of topics from fathers bonding with their new babies, rating themselves as partners and suffering from imposter syndrome.

In the episode, viewers saw Richard open up about imposter syndrome as he confessed he’s had it all of his adult life

He said: “It’s with me now, I get it when I’m driving in to do Good Morning Britain. I’m thinking on my way in, ‘Why am I doing this?’

“I’m sure you’re thinking the same! I just think I shouldn’t be doing this, I shouldn’t be co-hosting the breakfast show.

“I’m the local newspaper lad from Romford Essex, I have to talk to myself and that actually gets me out of it.”

He admitted that although he suffers from it, it makes him work and try harder.

Loose Women continues weekdays on ITV from 12:30pm

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