Loose Women will return to having a live studio audience from September.
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic in March 2020, the show has been filmed and broadcast without its usual live audience made up of fans of the long-running series.
Coleen Nolan revealed the news on the 3 August edition of Loose Women.
She told viewers: “Over the past two and half years, it’s been a bit lonely and empty in here. We’ve got our lovely crew, but sorry crew, as much as we love you, it’s not quite enough.
"This studio needs filling up, so from early September, we are bringing back the studio audience, guys.”
Christine Lampard also said: “We’ve actually really missed having a studio audience. It’s just us here, it’ll be so lovely to see you all coming back.
"We want to get as many of you as possible to fill up this studio from early September. It’s a chance to meet all of us and of course, you can have a bit of a sneak peek behind the scenes, the bits you don’t get on the telly."
She added: “Tell all your friends, get all the gang together and come and join us in London for a day out like no other.”
Loose Women fans can apply for tickets by clicking here.
Host Kaye Adams recently admitted that there was "tension" between the various presenters after long-standing rumours of discord between the presenters.
Earlier this year she said: "Have there been times of tension between individuals? Yes, there have. I’m not going to deny that there are occasions when people maybe have a bit of a beef with somebody else but it’s nothing that hasn’t been fixable."
Loose Women weekdays from 12:30pm on ITV & ITV Hub.
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