Loose Women reveal huge change to show - and fans love it

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It's a New Year, and it seems the team over at Loose Women have decided to start 2019 with a big change to the ITV programme.

As viewers tuned in for the new year's second week of shows yesterday, they immediately noticed something was different.

Loose Women bosses had opted to change the set - switching from a bold red and green look to a more subtle blue and purple.

The new set also saw the panellists - including Andrea McLean, Stacey Solomon, Coleen Nolan and Jane Moore, enter the stage from the right, rather than the left, as they normally do.

And although it was a marked difference, fans of the programme appeared to love the new set colours, with many even confessing it was better than the previous design.

One viewer commented, 'Oh my goodness. That looks a MILLION times better. I love it. What a difference. Well done all.'

While another wrote, 'Well thank goodness for that, I absolutely love the new studio, I love everything about it especially the style, the colours .'

A third fan also shared their opinion, saying, 'Absolutely love it, can’t wait to be there again soon!', while a fourth revealed 'Love the new set, my favourite colours too x'.

And a final viewer wrote, 'Thank goodness love this new set sorry but I hated the old set 😘'.

It's the second time in just under a year that the Loose Women set has had a facelift. Back in April 2018, it was changed from their trademark multicoloured set-up, to a stark red and green mix.

But it seems as though fans much prefer the new one!

That wasn't the only good news over on the ITV daytime show yesterday either. Halfway through the programme, host Andrea revealed that not only were the Loose ladies celebrating 20 years of the programme, but they had also scooped themselves a National Television Award for Best Daytime programme too.

It's the third time the show has been nominated for the prestigious TV accolade.

The winner will be announced at the NTA's on 22nd January.

Amy Hunt

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