TV viewers have been intrigued by talk of trouble behind the scenes at Loose Women, with reports claiming some presenters not wanting to work alongside Coleen Nolan. Now in her latest column – shared here exclusively for OK VIP members – Kerry Katona, herself a former panelist on the show, shares her feelings about Coleen.

The outspoken star also talks about her belated Christmas and wades into the debate about another star who has faced criticism in recent weeks, former Love Islander, Molly-Mae Hague.

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No Drama Here

There were reports last week that there had been some drama behind the scenes on Loose Women and that people were refusing to work with Coleen Nolan, which she has denied.

When I was on Loose Women, there was never any bitchiness as far as I was aware.

I was on the panel with Kaye Adams, Carol McGiffin and Sherrie Hewson, and we all got on great. I had a fun time. And I love Coleen. We did the Iceland adverts together back in the day and we get on really well.

Blondes Have More Fun

I got rid of the purple hair and have gone back blonde! I went to The Style Lounge in Alderley Edge and they also fitted me with some hair extensions by the brand Cinque (pronounced like sink!) – and it looks fab. They’ve done a great job.

I did really enjoy my purple hair and I’ll probably look back at photos and miss it, but it’s good to have a change. You know me, I like to be a bit different, so maybe by the summer I’ll go for a candyfloss colour!

Last week, I also had my Christmas dinner with my uncle. Because we all had Covid in our household, he ended up spending the day on his own. So we decided to have a belated one, which was lovely. I left all of my Christmas decorations up in the house and made Christmas dinner.

My Molly is also over at the moment from Ireland – and it’s so nice to have her back home. But I’m not going to lie, having five kids in the house is already driving me bloody mad!

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Molly Says Sorry

Molly-Mae Hague has apologised after she received some backlash following comments she made on the Diary Of A CEO podcast about her success.

Personally, I don’t think she deserved so much criticism. You can clearly see she’s worked hard to get to where she is today. I’ve come from nothing and I’ve worked hard to get to where I am. I think we should celebrate success and all empower each other – especially women. Molly is a young girl and she’s achieved a lot very quickly.

I always ask my Heidi what she wants to be when she grows up, and she says, “I want to be Molly-Mae.” I’ve explained to her that she works hard for what she has, it’s not like she just gets given Louis Vuitton bracelets for free.

I think a lot of people assume that just because you’re in the industry it’s really easy, but it’s not. I know from experience that it’s hard to maintain.

A Trip Down Memory Lane

It’s been 12 years since I walked through the doors of GI Jane Bootcamp, which changed my life forever.

Sharon, who owns the bootcamp, is one of my best friends and she’s been amazing. She’s always been there for me no matter what and has never wanted anything in return. She is the definition of a true friend.

I shared a throwback picture of the two of us on Instagram and I looked so unhealthy. I’m proud of how far I’ve come.

Even to this day, I still go back to the bootcamp. I actually have plans to go to one in Greece in June. It’s been a huge part of my life and always will be.

Sad Times For Theatre

Former Love Island star Amber Davies has been left feeling heartbroken after she revealed the touring production of Bring It On The Musical has been cancelled due to rising Covid cases.


It comes after eight more theatres temporarily shut last month and I just think it’s sad news for the industry. I had to pull out of panto in December after getting Covid and it’s really gutting.

The theatre industry has suffered so badly and it’s such a shame. I love taking my kids to shows. It’s Molly’s 21st in August so I want to take her to New York and go to Broadway. Hopefully things will be better by then!

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