Loose Women has been canceled by ITV for the rest of this week to make way for coverage of their race on Cheltenham Festival
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Loose Women has been canceled from Tuesday afternoon through the end of the week in a schedule changed by ITV.
The popular lunchtime show normally airs weekdays from 12:30pm, but this week it only airs on Mondays, with coverage of Cheltenham Festival replacing its main lunchtime slot.
The equestrian event was one of the biggest on the sport’s calendar and ITV subsequently decided to remove the Loose Ladies from Tuesday, March 15 to Friday, March 18. to make way for sporting events.
As part of the schedule change, This Morning will end at 12:30pm as usual, followed by a half hour of coverage until the 1pm mark.
From there ITV will turn to coverage of the races at Cheltenham.
Ed Chamberlain and Francesca Cumani will lead the presentation missions on day one, while Love Island star Chris Hughes and racing pros including AP McCoy and Ruby Walsh will join the show to deliver their verdict. decide their expertise on all actions.
The racing show will air on ITV from 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. daily, with Tipping Point retaining its usual afternoon slot.
Loose Women will return the week after the Cheltenham event ends, starting again next Monday, March 22.
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This comes after the Loose Women judges went silent on rumors of behind-the-scenes tension after months of swirling headlines surrounding a behind-the-scenes rift between panelists.
Panellist Katie Piper, 38, who joined the panel in August, said in an interview: “Everybody is different in their own way, and that’s what keeps the show fresh.
“There’s no one you’re afraid to work with because everyone there has their own rights and brings something unique.”
Panelist Jane Moore, 59, who helped launch the ITV show with Nadia Sawalha and Kaye Adams in 1999, is still enjoying the trip 23 years later.
“It’s like female friendships in general – it’s just growing,” she said.
“When women meet, they may talk about marriage, children or news, but each time, their views may change.”
The two are among the familiar faces that grace our screens every weekday lunchtime in a lineup that includes Charlene White, Nadia, Coleen Nolan, Denise Welch, Christine Lampard and Frankie Bridge .
Katie and Jane’s friendship doesn’t end when the camera stops rolling. “We have a WhatsApp group and even if you’re not on the show, it works,” says Katie, as mother of three Jane agrees.
Here, Jane and Katie, who also have two daughters, Belle, seven, and Penelope, four, with husband Richard, talk about the strong sisterhood on the show, their “messy nights,” and keeping it a secret. secret for each other.
Loose Women will return to ITV screens at noon from Monday, March 22.
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