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Reported drama Kerry Katona opens up on alleged 'feud' between Coleen Nolan and Loose Women

It was reported that panellists such as Stacey Solomon and Nadia Sawalha were refusing to appear on the show if Coleen was

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Kerry Katona and Coleen Nolan

Kerry Katona and Coleen Nolan

Kerry Katona and Coleen Nolan

Kerry Katona has opened up about an alleged feud between Coleen Nolan and other stars of ITV daytime show Loose Women.

Coleen has been at the centre of rumours that there is a bitter feud with her co-hosts going on behind the scenes of the show.

Kerry has said that she “loves” Coleen and there is “no bitchiness” behind the scenes of the show.

"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,” Kerry wrote in her new magazine column.

"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.”

"And I love Coleen. We did the Iceland adverts together back in the day and get on really well."

It was reported that panellists such as Stacey Solomon and Nadia Sawalha were refusing to appear on the show if Coleen was.

Coleen has denied that there is any bad blood between herself and her co-stars with Janet Street-Porter, Brenda Edwards and Stacey all speaking out to defend her.

The speculation has upset the 56-year-old so much she revealed that she plans on taking legal action.

She recently told OK! Magazine: "Oh it really hurt. The girls have been so supportive, besides, none of us on Loose Women have ever said we wouldn’t work with anyone else. It was just so upsetting."

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"Brenda, Ruth and Janet are the ones I’m always talking to," she added.

"But I love Christine Lampard. I left her out last time and she said, 'I thought I was your friend!’”

"I get on with all of them. I would never refuse to work with anybody."

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