To make sure you never miss out on your favourite NEW stories, we're happy to send you some reminders
Click 'OK' then 'Allow' to enable notifications
| Last updated
From discussing the stories behind the latest news, and never being afraid of speaking out about taboo topics like body confidence, sex and parenting choices, it’s no wonder that Loose Women is so popular among Gen-Z, Millennials, and Boomers alike.
The ITV daytime show has had a whopping nine seasons, and is still going strong after being premiered in 1999. The chat show is based on a rotating panel of entertainment veterans, like Coleen Nolan, Stacey Solomon and Judi Love, as well as journalists like Charlene White, Jane Moore and Janet Street-Porter.
The group discusses issues from a women’s and inclusive perspective, covering the likes of politics, current affairs, showbiz news and gossip between 12.30pm-1.30pm on ITV, and is available for catch-up on the ITV Hub. So, who is on Loose Women today on Wednesday 16th February?
The panellists for Loose Women are rarely announced prior to the show. However, if you’re a fan of ITV’s This Morning, which airs just before the chat show, there is often a small teaser towards the end of the morning show about who’s on Loose Women.
As for Wednesday 16th February’s show, the Loose Women panellists are Sunetra Sarker, Janet Street-Porter and Brenda Edwards, with Jane Moore presenting.
The Loose Women guests are also seldom announced before the show. Again, though, there is usually a teaser about who will feature alongside the panellists at the end of ITV’s This Morning, and even during the ad-breaks on Loose Women to announce who the upcoming guests are during the week.
On Wednesday 16th February, Coronation Street’s Amanda Barrie and her wife Hilary Bonner are headed onto the show as part of Loose Women’s Love Week.
The topics which Loose Women will be discussing aren’t usually detailed before the show airs. However, the team normally provides fans with a teaser at the end of ITV’s This Morning about what the panellists will be discussing.
As for Wednesday 16th February, the panel will be discussing whether “a four-day week” is a good idea in the workplace.
They took to Twitter to ask: “Should we introduce a four-day week?
“Many companies are looking at new ways of working to improve productivity, work-life balance and happiness. One of those ways is introducing a four-day week, so we are asking if this should be a permanent fixture in workplaces?”
Should we introduce a four-day week?— Loose Women (@loosewomen) February 16, 2022
Many companies are looking at new ways of working to improve productivity, work-life balance and happiness. One of those ways is introducing a four-day week, so we are asking if this should be a permanent fixture in workplaces?
They are also set to discuss the likes of dealing with rejection, hair secrets, and the news surrounding Prince Andrew's settlement in court.
Chosen for YouChosen for You
Most Read StoriesMost Read