It's hard to know which description best sums up Myleene Klass. Musician, TV presenter or model? Designer, DJ or mother? The truth is Myleene is all of these things and more!
Before there was The X Factor, before there was even the Voice, there was Popstars! It was here that Myleene started her career as a member of Hear'Say.
Jamelia has over 1.7 million album sales with 7 top 10 hits from her album Thank You including Superstar, Thank You and her co-write with Chris Martin, See It In A Boy’s Eyes. Jamelia stormed the top 10 again with Stop, her signature track for the second Bridget Jones film. Jamelia’s has also seen success in Europe, Australia and New Zealand where she reached No 1.
Winner of four MOBO awards, including Best UK Act and Best British Female, she has performed at the MOBOS and co-hosted the awards in 2007.
Jane Moore has been a national newspaper journalist for 25 years.
She has been a news reporter, royal correspondent, feature writer, and now writes an opinion column for The Sun that has eight million readers every Wednesday.
Shobna has been a regular on Loose Women since March 2013 and is back for another series.
Working in the entertainment and performing arts industry for 28 years Shobna has had a varied experience. After studying modern languages in school and Arabic at Manchester University she went to do a post-graduate in dance at The Laban Centre, Goldsmith's College, UCL. Then a diploma from Middlesex University qualified her as a dance teacher. On stage, she was also model and dancer.
I joined the Loose Women team in 2011. I live in London, Yorkshire and Kent.
During my career I have edited the Independent on Sunday, been a top television executive, as well as a regular in front of the camera as a presenter.
Linda Robson has been a regular Loose Women presenter since 2012. Brit actress Linda is best known for her role as Tracey in BBC comedy Birds of a Feather.
A mother to twin boys and an ambassador for the Alzheimers charity, Sally joined the Loose Women panel after years of TV, radio and theatre work – her first big break being a three year tour of Girls’ Night Out, followed by a role as Michelle in the Royle Family.
My first TV job was aged 11 in the BBC’s Ballet Shoes, I then joined the original London cast of Annie, and also came last in Song for Europe as part of a band called Unity (I was a bit skint that year).