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Loose Women viewers aghast as the panel compare intimate parts to CATS 


‘I don’t need to hear about this at lunchtime!’ Loose Women viewers are left aghast as the panel candidly compare their intimate parts to different breeds of CATS

The Loose Women panel were at it again on Friday with their need to overshare.

Nadia Sawalha, Stacey Solomon, Judi Love and Kaye Adams appeared on the panel to discuss a campaign featuring different breeds of cats, encouraging women to undergo their smear tests.

The campaign shows a bald sphinx cat, as well as furrier breeds, and is aimed to coax women not to be put off having routine check ups because they might be self-conscious about how groomed their private parts are.

What's new, pussycat? The Loose Women panel were at it again on Friday with their need to overshare

What’s new, pussycat? The Loose Women panel were at it again on Friday with their need to overshare

This, however, led the Loose Women to openly discuss how groomed they themselves are – in a segment no-one watching at home had asked for.

Nadia, 56, slammed the idea that women should be ‘bald’, while Stacey, 31, declared that she had let her ‘bush grow out’.

Kaye, 58, was left speechless by the topic and stuttered when asked about it.

It seemed viewers trying to enjoy their lunch were as gobsmacked as Kay, as they took to Twitter to slam the TMI segment.

Oversharing: Nadia Sawalha, Stacey Solomon, Judi Love and Kaye Adams appeared on the panel to discuss a campaign featuring different breeds of cats, encouraging women to undergo their smear tests

Oversharing: Nadia Sawalha, Stacey Solomon, Judi Love and Kaye Adams appeared on the panel to discuss a campaign featuring different breeds of cats, encouraging women to undergo their smear tests

Feline fine? The campaign shows a bald sphinx cat, as well as furrier breeds, and is aimed to coax women not to be put off having routine check ups because they might be self-conscious about how groomed their private parts are

Feline fine? The campaign shows a bald sphinx cat, as well as furrier breeds, and is aimed to coax women not to be put off having routine check ups because they might be self-conscious about how groomed their private parts are

Not amused: It seemed viewers trying to enjoy their lunch were gobsmacked as they took to Twitter to slam the TMI segment

Not amused: It seemed viewers trying to enjoy their lunch were gobsmacked as they took to Twitter to slam the TMI segment

‘I don’t remember asking if Stacey etc had a bush or not! It wasn’t about that!’ one person typed.

Another merely posted, ‘Oh f*ck off!’ including an emoji of someone vomiting. 

Another person remarked on the relevance of the discussion, posting: ‘It’s a medical examination not a porn audition!’

‘I don’t need to hear about your hairy f*****s!’ another despaired, while someone else remarked: ‘Are we really talking about this at lunchtime?’

TMI: This, however, led the Loose Women to openly discuss how groomed they themselves are - in a segment no-one watching at home had asked for

TMI: This, however, led the Loose Women to openly discuss how groomed they themselves are – in a segment no-one watching at home had asked for

Can we not? Kaye was left speechless by the topic and stuttered when asked about it

Can we not? Kaye was left speechless by the topic and stuttered when asked about it

Someone else merely added: ‘There’s nothing wrong with a bit of George W!’

Regardless of the unwanted tangent the segment took, Loose Women were continuing to champion awareness for cervical cancer, having previously launched a FACE YOUR SMEAR campaign.

The show pledged to ‘get talking about the reasons why we don’t attend smear tests’ with the aim to explain why it’s so important to never miss it.

Loose Women airs Monday-Friday on ITV from 12:30PM.

Back soon: Loose Women airs Monday-Friday on ITV from 12:30PM

Back soon: Loose Women airs Monday-Friday on ITV from 12:30PM



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