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#VoteLooseWomen in the National Television Awards 2019

VOTE LOOSE WOMEN AT THE NATIONAL TELEVISION AWARDS!

We have fabulous news - Loose Women have made it to the shortlist in the Best Daytime category at the National Television Awards 2019!

This year we celebrate 20 years of Loose Women and what better way to mark this momentous milestone than being crowned the Daytime winner at the National Television Awards?

Making the National Television Awards daytime category shortlist is a huge honour and it's all down to you for sharing every weekday lunchtime with us as we talk about friendship, family, relationships and all the things that matter to you most.

Tap here to #VoteLooseWomen at the National Television Awards 2019!

The results will be revealed - live - at the NTA ceremony hosted by Dermot O'Leary on 22 January 2019 on ITV.

Dancing on Ice stars warm-up with a special Bolero performance

DANCING ON ICE JUDGE JASON GARDINER AND CONTESTANT JAMES JORDAN PERFORM SURPRISE BOLERO

Just in time for the weekend and the start of Dancing on Ice this Sunday, judge Jason Gardiner and contestant James Jordan surprised us with a Bolero performance. If you’re not familiar with the name, Torvill and Dean skated their way into history as they flawlessly danced the Bolero during the 1984 winter Olympics.

Fast forward to 2019 and Loose Men guest panellists Jason and James accepted the challenge to try and recreate history with their very own interpretation of the Bolero. That’s of course after they discussed diets, the benefits of having a barney, as well as giving us the lowdown on the return of Dancing on Ice this Sunday at 6pm on ITV.

Despite the frosty chill in the air, things quickly heated up in the studio. As the music kicked in, the Dancing on Ice duo sprung into the action to recreate Torvill and Dean’s legendary Olympic performance.

Watch the video to see the magical performance.

Russell Grant consults the stars to reveal your 2019 forecast

RUSSELL GRANT REVEALS WHAT IS IN STORE FOR THE YEAR AHEAD

Astrologer, author and all round national treasure Russell Grant joined us to spill the beans on what 2019 has in store.

Starting with the first sign in the zodiac, Aries, Russell shared his one-liners on everything from money to love. Sagittarius is his 'sign of the year' but it looks like everyone could be in for interesting 12 months ahead...

"Sagittarius, you are my sign of the year! With your own ruling planet, Jupiter, in your sign for this whole year, this is a year when you can really do no wrong."

Russell also revealed that he's working on a project with iconic star Divine, as well as a new project called Dance For Your Life for Alzheimer’s and Dementia.

Watch the video to see the full chat with Russell.

Celeb guests join Loose Women's ultimate Christmas singalong!

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 best bits 2018!

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!

Carol Vorderman and Carol McGiffin talk frankly about their experiences of the menopause: "I thought it was depression"

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.

We have menopause helplines available here.