Coleen Nolan Cancels All Upcoming Work

The TV presenter and singer, Coleen Nolan, has cancelled all upcoming work after her public row with Kim Woodburn last week. Woodburn was appearing on the show to discuss her previous feud with Coleen, which started in the Big Brother show last year. The discussion quickly turned into a heated argument, which ended with Woodburn walking off the set. The broadcasting regulator Ofcom received thousands of complaints, calling Nolan a bully, with a petition, started to get her fired from the favourite daytime TV show.

Earlier this week, Coleen appeared on This Morning, to discuss her upcoming solo tour and also address the issues which hit the headlines after the incident on Loose Women. After bursting into tears, the TV presenter, who found fame with her sisters as a pop star in the 80s, told Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby, that it has been the worst week of her life.

After initially planning to return to the panel on Thursday, Nolan and her team released a statement saying that Coleen had cancelled all upcoming appearances, including her solo tour which was scheduled to start in January. The presenters of Loose Women addressed the issue on Friday, saying that they sent Coleen their love and support. Nobody knows what the outcome of the Ofcom complaints will be, with ITV refusing to comment further. Nolan’s team cited the extensive bullying she received following the row, as the reason for cancelling all upcoming work. Coleen revealed that she had received death threats, with people sending her messages wishing that she would get cancer, like her sister, who is currently battling the disease.

Nolan has been a regular fixture on the ITV show for 15 years and is one of the most popular panellists. She was set to return with a solo tour in January, which has now been postponed until further notice.

 
 

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