Frankie Bridge addresses Loose Women feuds and details 'nerves' over clashing with co-stars

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Frankie Bridge has addressed the recent rumours surrounding her Loose Women colleagues following the alleged feuds that are happening behind the scenes.

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The 33-year-old, who is famed for being part of The Saturdays, joined the ITV daytime show as a regular panellist in 2020, and has since become a firm favourite on the panel.

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However, in recent weeks, drama has been brewing backstage. It had been reported that a number of Coleen Nolan's colleagues had refused to work with her; the star has since confirmed she is taking legal action.

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While Saira Khan, Brenda Edwards, Janet Street-Porter, Carol McGiffin and Denise Welch have all since defended Coleen, fellow pannelist Nadia Sawalha has chosen not to comment on the rumours.

Now, during a new interview, Frankie has lifted the lid and confessed she has yet to experience any "feuds" despite her concerns when she first joined the lunchtime show.

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Frankie has spoken out about the Loose Women drama

"My friends asked me about [the rumoured rows]," she told Fabulous Magazine. "I genuinely don't experience it or see it. When I first went on the show, I was nervous because I've read about all these feuds."

She added: "Everyone always wants women to fight and it's a real shame that it undoes all the good that Loose Women does. While we laugh and talk about silly subjects, we also talk about really important subjects.

"I get on [with everyone]. There's not one person that I would say: 'Don't put me on with them.' Even during a heated debate on the show, during the break everyone's fine. So I don't know if it's true or not, but I've just never experienced it. I get on really well with Coleen."

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