Loose Women Reviews
Description:ITV new hit show.
Newest Review: ... old stuff from a bunch of women who are not good enough to be famous on TV for anything decent, so they took the easy way out and got a spot on a daytime TV show. There is usually a guest on the show who comes on for a interview, but very rarely is this anyone of interest or importance. The women are quite boring themselves, and very, very whiney! They all seem to be trying to get one up on ... more
Customer Loose Women Reviews (74)
by Cheryl McBride - written on 30/03/11
I watched this programme for the first time today. It shows women at their worst, insecure and negative. Michelle Pfeifer is perfect. Why! because she is thin and her hair blondish. These people are as bad as the magazines portraying anorexic, unhealthy skinny images because they use less material. This shows a lack of self-love and low esteem. The person who made this comment should be happy that she has work and is featuring on this programme. A good opportunity but it was wasted on her feeling bad about herself and not having evolved and still looking at life through her ego. Awful role models. Give me Caroline Myss any day.
by - written on 26/05/10 (Very useful, 215 readings)
Loose Women is a weekday TV chat show, on channel ITV. It is on at 12:30pm monday to friday for an hour. The line up of women on the show seems to change quite a bit but the current main ones are Jane McDonald, Lesley Garrett, Coleen Nolan, Andrea McLean, Denise Welch and Carol McGiffin. Personally I can not stand this show, but have on many occasion been stuck watching it with my mother or sister. I think the show is just a load of boring old stuff from a bunch of women who are not good enough to be famous on TV for anything decent, so they took the easy way out and got a spot on a daytime TV show. There is usually a guest on the show who comes on for a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/05/10 (Very useful, 32 readings)
Loose Women is a daily programme on ITV1 daytime between 12:30 and 13:30 on weekdays. It is basically a table of 4 women chatting about subjects of the day and issues of interest to women. I seem to recall when this started that it was loosely based on an American concept where women like Whoopi Goldberg would chew the fat and have a chuckle whilst interviewing guests and getting topical on women's subjects. The British version features an ever-changing list of personalities at the table, the original line up involved people like Kerry Katona and Lisa Sweeney and Carol McGiffen and Sherri Hewson, these seem to be the two who have survived mainly ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/05/10, updated on 23/05/10 (Very useful, 67 readings)
When my wife is at home during the day, she often switches this programme on. It is on ITV lunchtime during the week from 12.30pm -1.30pm and consists of a panel of 4 women, who discuss topics of the day and interview celebrities - usually because they have a new book out or a new film. The panel are taken from a pool of celebrities - about 12 in all. So you get a varied bunch and not the same ones all the time: Andrea McLean Kate Thornton Jane McDonald Sherrie Hewson Lisa Maxwell Denise Welch Coleen Nolan Zoe Tyler Lesley Garrett Carol McGiffin Lynda Bellingham Beverley Knight I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/04/10 (Very useful, 78 readings)
Controversial discussion on adult clothes for children The culture we seem to live in today is a very disturbing one when recently I was watching a discussion on loose-women and found myself getting quite agitated by fashion industries comments, justifying in some respect, the appropriateness of children to wear mature attire because it is seemingly growing in demand. Significantly, there is no shortage of retailers who buy and sell unquantifiable numbers of 'adult' range children's clothing from brands that undoubtedly make tremendous profits. Although it is understandable that any fashion business wants to be creative and compete with other, ... Read the complete review