Coleen Nolan announces huge career change on Loose Women

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  • Coleen Nolan dropped a bombshell on the ITV show yesterday as she revealed some exciting career news...

    The TV star appeared from the Manchester Apollo to share the news that she is returning to music and heading out on a solo tour.

    While we know Coleen better as one of the Loose Women, she actually began her career singing with her sisters, as part of the Nolan Sisters pop group.

    Starting in the 70’s the Nolan sisters were made up of Coleen, along with her sisters Maureen, Denise, Anne, Bernie and Linda. Their most famous song was I’m In the Mood for Dancing.

    “It’s 10 years since I was last at the Apollo. I’m back here to announce that, for the first time ever, I’m about to embark on my first ever solo tour,” she said on the show.

    The Celebrity Big Brother star added, “I’ve lost my mind, the ability to sleep, not the ability to eat which is worrying,” she continued. “I don’t think I’ll ever lose that one. I’m nervous but so excited.”

    The tour, Never Too Late, which is set to run in Manchester, from 11th January to 28th February, will see the star belt out power anthems, while she will also perform some of the bands previous classics too.

    Reminiscing about the past few years Coleen also added, “I think all of the things that have happened in my fifties so far contributed to that. Losing Bernie was a massive landmark.

    “Last time I was with Bernie and Ray, who was in the band. This time here I’ve not got either with me. It’s just never too late to do what you want to do and I really want to channel that.”

    Coleen has had the spotlight on her recently after her public dispute with former Celebrity Big Brother star Kim Woodburn. The pair famously didn’t get on while they were in the house and a reconciliation live on Loose Women didn’t go down well.

    From our sister site Woman. Words by Sarah Finley.

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