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Puppy love on Loose Women to celebrate our National Television Award nomination!


Loose Women are the outsiders to win at the National Television Awards 2018 so as the underdogs we decided to invite the cutest puppies we could find to join us on the show.

Ruth, Stacey, Linda and Nadia each got to hold a gorgeous labradoodle pup before we took a look back at some of the funniest Loose moments.

Watch the video to see the Loose pups in action!

And vote Loose Women and all your favourite TV shows at the NTAs by clicking here.

Daniel Bradbury and partner Jordan Evans talk about him having a rare form of Alzheimer’s aged just 30


In an incredible emotional interview, Daniel, 31, and his partner Jordan joined us to talk about being diagnosed with a rare form of Alzheimer’s when he was 30 just after the birth of his twin sons.

Engineer Daniel and Jordan want to raise awareness about the rare disease and opened up about how he started showing symptoms at his work.

‘It was quite a complex process at work being an engineering firm, it was just hard to go day to day. One day I’d learn something, the next day I would forget what I learnt,' Daniel said.

‘It took a long time to finally get over the shock and move on. I have found acceptance now and I’m sure Jordan has as well. It’s still hard.'

Daniel added, ‘It’s a huge problem and I think a lot of people don’t realise that you can get it at this age and that’s why we’ve wanted to speak out about it and create more awareness about it. And hope when the times, if the kids have inherited it, things have moved along.’

Daniel and Jordan have been warned their 18-month-old twins have a 50% chance of developing this rare form of Alzheimer's in later life.

Mum-of-four boys Danielle Lloyd on gender selection for her next baby: 'I’ve just always wanted a little baby girl'


Danielle joined us to discuss gender selection and her plans to ensure she has a daughter after four boys.

'I do stand by my decision. I think for me it’s about family balance as well,' Danielle told Ruth, Stacey, Linda and Nadia. 'I totally understand why there’s two sides to the story. Some people don’t agree with it, some people do. I just think for me, I’ve just always wanted that little baby girl. I just want that balance, that family balance.'

'I love my boys and I’m so thankful I’ve got them and I wouldn’t change them for the world. My house is a crazy house but they even keep saying to me, "Mummy is our little baby sister in there yet?" and I’m like, "No, that’s just my food".'

Danielle has been heavily criticised for her decision to look into gender selection which is illegal in the UK.
'I understand they’ve got opinions – but why judge me?', Danielle said. 'There are people who can’t have children and I totally sympathise, I couldn’t imagine being in that situation. I’ve got four beautiful boys and I love them and I live for my kids.'

Domestic violence survivor Suzanne Hill: 'I thought he was going to give me a hug - he headbutted and then strangled me'


Speaking for the first time about her ordeal, Suzanne revealed how lorry driver husband David Jennison beat her after a row over what she was watching on TV.

'If I can save one person by speaking out,' Suzanne told Andrea, Becky, Nadia and Stacey as she shared her experience which many people will find upsetting and distressing.

'I knew that night when he came home from work that there was something different about him. He came in and saw BGT on the telly and said, "I'm not watching that",' Suzanne .

'At 9 o'clock he went to bed, and he said something at the top of the stairs but I didn't hear and I said, "What did you say?" I decided to go to bed as well. I was giggling, we'd only been married eight months.'

But moments Suzanne suffered a brutal attack at the hands of her lorry driver husband as he headbutted, choked and battered her until she was unconscious.

'I thought he was going to give me a hug, he headbutted me and then he put his hands around my neck and he strangled, and strangled and strangled,' Suzanne said. 'I let my hands flop to my side. Just as my hearing was going, he let go of the grip, his eyes were very dark, he said, "I'm gonna kill you and then I'm gonna kill me".'

Strictly's Bruno Tonioli talks Body Stories and says: 'Me naughty? Never. I'm practically a saint'


Strictly Come Dancing judge Bruno took part in our men's body confidence campaign, Body Stories, last year and was thrilled to talk about the infamous photoshoot.

'I never have [been shy]! I'm always naked,' Bruno revealed. 'It's very important for people to be relaxed with themselves. We all have stereotypes we try to comply with, we're all made certain ways, it's absolutely fine, let it all hang out.'

'If you look at magazines, they all look like superheros, they are bodies that are impossible to attain unless you go to the gym 25 hours a day!'

'You just have to say, "This is who I am, take it or leave it". Sometimes you have to take a bit of a risk, you have to say you're in it together, let's have a good time!'

And when we asked him about having a weekend off judging Strictly and rumours of his love life, Bruno set the record straight, saying, 'I have a night out with friends and it all becomes... we go to a restaurant and have a nice time with friends that's all there is to it.

'Me naughty? Never. I'm practically a saint.'

Watch the video to see the full hilarious chat with Bruno.

Domestic violence helplines for women

Domestic violence helplines

Domestic violence is a crime.

If you are in immediate danger always call the police, and always dial 999 if it is an emergency. They have a duty to protect and help you.

If you visit any of these websites, please read the hide your visit / cover your tracks / safety information – or click on Exit Website.

24hr Domestic Violence Helpline (run in partnership between Refuge and Women's Aid)

Freephone: 0808 2000 247 (24 hours)


Helpline: 0808 2000 247 (24 hours)


Recognising abuse

Thirty-five years ago Refuge set up the world's first refuge for women and children escaping domestic violence. Since then, Refuge has grown to become the largest provider of emergency accommodation and emotional and practical support to women and children in the country and the leading voice in the campaign to end domestic violence.

Women's Aid Federation of England

Helpline: 0808 2000 247 (24 hours)


Emotional abuse

For women who are experiencing or have experienced physical, mental, sexual or domestic violence or abuse. Offers advice, support and crisis intervention to abused women.

Scottish Women’s Aid

Office: 0131 226 6606


Scottish Women's Aid is the lead organisation in Scotland working towards the prevention of domestic abuse. We play a vital role campaigning and lobbying for effective responses to domestic abuse. An important aspect of our work is ensuring that women and children who have experienced domestic abuse get the services they need, both from local Women’s Aid groups and from the agencies they are likely to contact. Our members are local Women’s Aid groups which provide specialist services to women, children and young people. These include safe refuge accommodation, information and support. For queries relating to our policy or campaign work please contact us, for support if you are experiencing abuse please contact Scotland’s Domestic Abuse and Forced Marriage Helpline.

Scotland’s Domestic Abuse and Forced Marriage Helpline

Helpline number: 0800 027 1234


Scotland’s Domestic Abuse and Forced Marriage helpline is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. We support anyone in Scotland who has experienced, or is at risk of experiencing domestic abuse or forced marriage, as well as those concerned about someone they know experiencing these. We can discuss your options and provide contact details to relevant support agencies. We will help you regardless of age, disability, sexual orientation, gender, nationality or background. If English is not your first language, we can speak to you through a confidential translation service.

Victim Support Helpline

Helpline: 0845 30 30 900


Domestic abuse

We don’t just help people who’ve recently experienced domestic abuse – we’re here to support both men and women, weeks, months and years afterwards. All of our services are confidential, free and available to anyone who's experienced domestic violence.

The Hideout


Website for children and young people witnessing domestic violence

Live Fear Free – All Wales Domestic Abuse & Sexual Violence Helpline

Helpline: 0800 802 4040


Types of domestic abuse


The helpline provides a bilingual free and confidential information and support service for women, children and men in Wales who are experiencing or who have experienced abuse at the hands of someone close to them.

Northern Ireland Women’s Aid Federation

25hr Domestic and Sexual Violence Helpline: 0808 802 1414


Women’s Aid provides a wide range of services to women and children affected by domestic violence throughout Northern Ireland. We offer a safe place to stay in refuges or outreach support for those remaining at home. Children’s physical and emotional needs are met through many types of support.

Keith Lemon causes chaos on Loose Women as Through The Keyhole returns and reveals the random things celebs hide!


He's back with another series of Through The Keyhole and Keith was in the studio today causing mischief as always.

When he wasn't propping up the bar with Emmerdale's Danny Miller, Keith told us about snooping through celebrity homes and the strangest things he's found! Including our Stacey's 'dolphin poem'!!

'This series we've done some houses that aren't that presentable!' Keith revealed. 'I did find a brown paper bag with a Dracula mask and a lady's "soothing stick". I'm not allowed to say who's house it was!'

Plus, we played a fun game of Through The Peehole where Keith had to identify the Loose Women's downstair's toilet!
Watch the video to see the full hilarious chat with Keith!