We're happy to announce that Loose Women has made it onto the shortlist for the TV Choice Awards for 2016!
Voting on the shortlist will remain open until midnight on Friday 8 July.
If we win, the ladies have pledged to host the whole show live from their beds, in their PJ's, the next day!
On Monday, Andrea, Coleen, Nadia and Jane will be joined by Jake Quickenden and Carl Forgarty, PLUS Linda Nolan.
On Tuesday, join Andrea, Coleen, Katie and Gloria, with special guest Lady Victoria Hervey.
Wednesday, join Coleen, Linda, Vicky and Janet for a fun packed show with Martin Kemp.
On Thursday, our panel are Andrea, Janet, Linda and Jane.
And on Friday, Vincent and Flavia will be popping into the studio with Andrea, Ayda, Nadia and Kaye.
Compliments: we love to get them but are notoriously bad at accepting a little praise.
Today, we put the panels ability to take compliments to the test by recording them saying their favourite things about each other - and things got rather emotional!
Find out what happened when our very own disgraceful divas Coleen and Janet met Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley, aka Patsy and Eddie, to get all the goss on the new Ab Fab movie.
The film hits UK cinemas on Friday 1st July.
Louie Spence first shimmied onto our television screens six years ago on Sky One’s ‘Pineapple Dance Studios’.
His constant innuendo, relentless dancing energy as well as outrageous outbursts created TV gold and after a period away from the spotlight, Louie’s BACK.
He joins us today to chat about his brand new show, ‘Louie Spence: Taxi Driver’, which airs this Saturday at 10pm on Sky1 HD.
I put on this tweed skirt and I then developed this fantasy that I was Julie Andrews' daughter.
BAFTA and Golden Globe Globe nominated actor Rupert Everett joins us for an exclusive chat to address the recent headlines about growing up wanting to be a girl and his concern over children who question their gender.
The star of My Best Friends Wedding and St. Trinian's is also appearing in the new series of The Musketeers on BBC1.
I decided to stop being the keeper of people's secrets.
Danniella Westbrook has spoken out about the abuse she suffered as a child.
She decided to take the brave step of confronting the terrifying demon from her childhood whilst in therapy for an hour-long documentary on Channel 5 tonight.
Speaking exclusively to us today, Danniella said she was just seven years old and working as a model when the abuse began.
Queen of the screams Yvette Fielding joins us to chat about the new series of Most Haunted... and her spooky brush with death during filming!
The cult ghost-hunting show starts on Thursday 30th of June at 10pm on Really.