Coleen Nolan Breaks Down On This Morning Over Kim Woodburn Row
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Coleen Nolan broke down in tears on Tuesday's This Morning, while discussing her row with Kim Woodburn on Loose Women, after revealing to fans she's stepping back from the ITV chat show for her solo music tour.
Celeb cleaner Kim stormed off the stage after she clashed with Coleen last week, and a petition to have the Loose Women star sacked from the show has reached over 23,000 signatures.
The panellist admitted that she has experienced the 'worst week of her life' to show hosts, Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield, as she has been targeted by vile social media trolls.
Coleen couldn't stop the tears from flowing on Tuesday, as she emotionally revealed the impact it has had on her, saying if she could go back in time, she would change everything.
The pair have reportedly been feuding ever since they appeared on Celebrity Big Brother together in January 2017.
She explained to Holly and Phil: "It was like, let's put it to bed [the feud], let's have a laugh about it, let's make amends. And it didn't go that way, obviously, from the moment she came out.
"And I have to say, it was so shocking, genuinely shocking, for all of us. None of us wanted that. I don't like to see anybody in that much distress, how she was in the end. And it was just one of those things.
"It's been the worst week of my life, actually. I'm so sorry."
Coleen went on to reveal the abuse she's had hurled at her by online trolls since the clash with Kim.
She continued: "Sometimes it's hard because I've never called her names or anything and she's called me every name under the sun - in print and on that show. And that's fine, I can deal with that.
"But to be called a bully and then to have messages going, 'Why can't you die like your sister?' 'Why can't you get cancer like your sister?' I've had a week of it.
"And in 50-odd years of doing a job I absolutely love, really love, and it's all I know how to do, now there's a campaign to get me fired. And they talk about me being a bully or a horrible bully and then they send me these revolting, revolting things."
She added: "I would never wish harm on Kim. I don't hate Kim. We'll never be friends and that's fine. But I would never set out to bully her.
"Do I react sometimes to being called everything she calls me? Yes. And sometimes I laugh because I think she's got a point. But it's just been a really hard week."