THE ULTIMATE CELEB CHRISTMAS SINGALONG!
Loose Women were joined by a host of famous faces for our festive singalong to Shakin’ Stevens hit Merry Christmas Everyone!
I'm A Celeb's Emily Atack, Sir Rod Stewart, Olly Murs, Shirley Ballas, Alan Carr, Beverley Callard and Boy George were just some of the celebs who helped the team get in the festive!
Watch the video to see who else you can spot!
LOOSE WOMEN'S BEST BITS OF 2018!
From Mr Blobby to the amazing Whoopi Goldberg, we've laughed, cried and flossed with our incredible celebrity guests, Hollywood stars and Loose Men.
Watch the video to see some of the highlights from 2018! And thanks for tuning in every weekday lunchtime!
JANET STREET-PORTER LOOKS BACK ON 2018!
Never mind what the Queen has to say about 2018, our Janet gives you her own version speech to sum up the year. Watch to see what she has to say about the royals, weather and so much more!
CAROL VODERMAN AND CAROL MCGIFFIN SHARE THEIR EXPERIENCES OF THE MENOPAUSE
We reunited Carol V with Carol McG on the show and the women shared their views on talking about the menopause and their experience of going through it.
"I was 54 and I went through the year and started feeling really low. And as that went on month by month I found that it became so low it was almost like a physical pain. It was genuine depression. I didn't know it was the menopause, I thought it was depression," Carol V explained. "It was almost suicidal thoughts. Three years ago I went to see a professor who said he treats hormonal depression, the same as post-natal depression. He gave me some gels and within 48 hours it had gone."
Meanwhile, Carol McG revealed she doesn't like talking about talking about the menopause too much but said, "When they said it was the menopause I almost cried."
Watch the video for the full, frank conversation about the menopause.
OLLY MURS AND STACEY SOLOMON REUNITED 9 YEARS AFTER X FACTOR
Loose Man Olly joined up for a catch up before Christmas and there was definitely a whiff of mistletoe in the air!
"I'm happy single. I don't like talking about it - of course I'd love to be in love and have an amazing life with someone, that's what everyone loves, but it seems to be the only thing people ask,' Olly said. "I just want to go on a date. If someone asked me out I would love it."
But maybe our Stacey can play matchmaker to find Olly love as the pair were reunited nine years after being in the X Factor final together.
"We were in the house together, it was crazy. I thought it would get easier when people left but it didn't. We struck a great friendship over being from Essex. We were each other's comfort blanket,' Olly said.
"You were a rock to me, when I heard your voice, it was like I had a piece of home," Stacey added.
Watch the video for the full chat and see Olly open up about experiencing anxiety.
ALAN CARR SET TO HIT THE STRICTLY DANCE FLOOR!
A very festive Alan joined us for a Christmas catch up - along with hilarious gifts for Coleen, Gloria, Stacey and Nadia - and cleared up rumours he'll be on the next series of Strictly Come Dancing.
“Listen, I will do it but next year I have a busy year, I’m going on tour,' Alan told us. "They cornered me and said, 'Would you do it?' But I hate those VTs where they go to a museum or a zoo or whatever. I want to be in the studio and do the Argentine tango!"
Alan also revealed his favourite dance would be Oops Upside Your Head because “you get to sit down!"
Watch the video to see Alan talk Strictly, his wedding which was ordained by Adele and his very funny Christmas special.
THE VAMPS' JAMES MCVEY ON HIS JUNGLE EXPERIENCE AND POPPING THE QUESTION
James revealed I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! campmate Harry Redknapp has motivated him to propose to his girlfriend Kirstie.
“Harry and Sandra are the true love story. It’s very easy for us all to think it doesn’t exist. But it really does," James from The Vamps told us. "They met when they were 17, courted for four years, then got married. They’re definitely the example that’s made me realise Kirstie and I are very happy with what we’ve got and we want to kind of do it really. He’s given me the inspiration to take the next step. No [I haven’t proposed yet].
“It’s funny actually, Kirstie had a ring with her, not the ring, [but she] had a ring and wore it on that finger without thinking anything of it. When we were papped leaving the hotel everyone thought we’d got engaged. I think soon. I need to get the ring."
“Harry has [recommended a jeweller]. I grew up in Dorset where he lives, so we have so many mutual friends and places and he’s picked me a place to go. He said, ‘Just say that Harry sent you!’”
Watch the video for the full interview with James.
Missing people helplines
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UK Police National Missing Persons Bureau
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GOVUK – Missing Persons Abroad
FCO Global Response Centre: 0207 008 1500
When a relative or friend goes missing abroad it can be very distressing and you may feel at a loss as to what to do about it. This leaflet explains what practical help our consular staff can offer you, what you may wish to do yourself, and where you can go for additional help.
Call: 01983 718 802
Emergency Pager: 07666 868 141
The first few hours in a missing person's search are often referred to as 'The Golden Hours'. In this time quite often the missing person is found, and there are a number of steps you can take initially yourself. If at any point in this list you feel unable to carry on or need help, advice or just someone to make some calls for you then just call our Operations Team. Missing Abroad is the first point of contact for families suddenly confronted with the unthinkable, providing access to both knowledge and logistical support to ensure that every effort can be made to find the person as quickly as possible.