‘I can’t believe you took him!’ Charlene White exclaims as a Loose Women coworker resigns.
CHARLENE WHITE has taken to Twitter to wish her Loose Women co-stars a fond farewell as they transition to TalkTV.
Since 2021, Charlene White, 41, has been a regular anchor and face on Loose Women.
Today, the presenter took to Twitter to say goodbye to her Loose Women co-host, who is leaving to join the newly launched TalkTV network.
I’m going to miss you to death.
Erron Gordon, NewsUK’s Executive Creative Director, took to Twitter to congratulate a new TalkTV employee.
“I’m ecstatic that @olliedgardener is joining my team @NewsUK (hashtag)TalkTV as we prepare to launch,” he wrote on Twitter.
Ollie was the director of Loose Women before leaving ITV to become the Deputy Head of Studio Output at TalkTV.
When Charlene heard the news, she quickly took to Twitter to say her goodbyes to her coworker.
“ERRON! I can’t believe you took @olliedgardener from meeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
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“I mean, I’m obviously happy for you, Ollie… but I’m going to miss you terribly.”
“Ahh @CharleneWhite!” Ollie replied.
“I appreciate it; you know how much I’ll miss you all.”
Charlene was forced to intervene in a heated drinking argument between Denise Welch and Carol McGiffin on yesterday’s Loose Women.
After fellow panelist Katie Piper announced that she would be participating in Dry January after New Year’s Day, the women were debating the benefits and drawbacks.
Denise opened up about the events that led her to stop drinking ten years ago when Katie was debating whether to keep it up for Dry February.
However, after Carol expressed her own reluctance to stop drinking, the conversation quickly became heated.
“I enjoy being drunk and having a hangover,” Carol said.
It gives me the opportunity to do nothing.”
“Don’t you start, the booze cops over here,” she said, turning to Denise.
Carol was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2014, and Denise expressed her wish for her to “not drink as much.”
“You have to take chances in life!” Carol exclaimed, to which Denise responded, “I know you have – we all know that!”
The presenters became agitated, and Charlene was forced to intervene, repeating “ladies” in an attempt to calm them down.
“Take a deep breath, ladies,” she said.
We’d be able to discuss it openly.
“News from the Brinkwire.”
I’m really really gonna miss ya.