Stacey Solomon is no stranger to opening up on Loose Women.
In the past we've seen the 28-year-old bearing her soul on countless occasions, and sometimes coming under fire for it.
However, on today's installation of the show she made what could potentially be her most explosive confession yet, after telling an upsetting story about leaked naked photos...
Stacey's confession came during a segment in which the Loose ladies were discussing whether or not they would feel comfortable uploading nude pictures of themselves to Facebook, in an effort to combat revenge porn.
Bosses of the social media platform claim it will help them change the algorithm so that revenge porn will no longer be possible.
Unsurprisingly, the whole segment sparked a fiery debate, and viewers took to Twitter to voice their opinions.
Why oh why do people need to send naked photos to Facebook!!?? Go the old fashioned way! Take a Polarod! then send in the post! #Loosewomen- Jenny (@ladderack) November 10, 2017
Why do people put themselves in the 'naked photo's position in the first place. If people want to do this keep hold of these photos and be in control of who see them definitely not send them using any type of media :grin:- Lynda Bowden (@LyndaBowden2) November 10, 2017
#loosewomen simple don't take the flipping photos, then they won't be stolen my partner can see me naked anytime he doesn't need to carry pictures around.- Tabitha (@ingham_tabitha) November 10, 2017
"If you don't want naked pictures online, DON'T SEND THEM. It's very simple. Don't make it other people's responsibility to protect your dignity when you didn't value it enough to send in the first place," vented one frustrated fan.
"The best way to avoid your naked/sensitive pics going viral? Don't upload them in the first place!" exclaimed somebody else.
A third blasted: "Simple don't take the flipping photos, then they won't be stolen. My partner can see me naked anytime, he doesn't need to carry pictures around."
"Why oh why do people need to send naked photos to Facebook!!?? Go the old fashioned way! Take a Polaroid then send in the post," joked yet another skeptic.