There's never a dull moment on Loose Women! These are the most controversial moments to date...

Coleen’s shock confession 

Viewers’ jaws hit the floor when Coleen Nolan admitted she’d reward her 16-year-old son for passing his exams by paying for a trip to the Red Light District in Amsterdam! Ex-husband Shane Richie was understandably ‘appalled’.

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Nadia insulted Holly 

We all watched through gritted teeth as This Morning cut to the Loose Women panel, and Nadia Sawalha was heard saying Holly Willoughby’s ‘disappearing’. Awkward.

Jamelia in plus size row 

The singer sparked anger amongst viewers when she said plus sized clothes shouldn’t be sold on the high street, admitting, “They should be made to feel uncomfortable when they go in and can’t find a size.” Oh dear!

Janet insults Prince George 

She’s never held back on what she thinks, and Janet Street Porter did it yet again when she said that Prince George, the future King, looked like a ‘cross-dressing millionaire.’ Oops.

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Kelli claims gay people can’t have kids 

Liberty X singer Kelli Young became a hot topic during her Loose Women debut when she said gay people can’t have kids, but she quickly backtracked addressing straight couples too. Phew!

Jacqueline’s left furious 

EastEnders star Jacqueline Jossa was not best pleased with her interview on the show as she claimed the panel’s line of questioning was ‘unfair’ as she was blindsided by them discussing husband Dan Osborne’s past relationships. Eeek!

That ‘misjudged’ online poll 

Viewers were astonished when the show issued an online poll asking the question, ‘is it ever a woman’s fault if she is raped?’ ITV later admitted, “‘The online poll was misjudged and we apologise for any offence caused.”

Nadia’s transgender comments 

Nadia Sawalha caused fury among viewers by claiming that the latest ‘in’ thing for teenagers was to be transgender, in a similar way that ‘self-harm’ and ‘bulimia’ once were. Tut, tut, Nadia.