DENISE Welch has addressed rumours of a "feud" between her and fellow Loose Women stars.
The ITV daytime show often finds itself caught up in claims of fall-outs between the panellists during their fiery debates.
But actress Denise, 64, has insisted there's never any truth to the reports and that they don't take disagreements backstage with them.
She said: "I have never once had an argument with any single girl off stage in that show in twenty years. Never once.
"Me and Carol McGiffin can go and it hammer and tongs.
"Me and Kaye Adams, every single time we say something, in the break we look at each other and go 'oh that'll be the headline. Fiery clash on Loose Women.' All the time. In a way that's part of the show."
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Denise added to the Daily Star: "It does annoy me because if it was men it wouldn't be a fiery clash every time they had a disagreement. With women they always want to cause a fiery clash."
In January Denise's Loose Women co-star Coleen Nolan was forced to hit back on social media after the Mail on Sunday claimed panellists Stacey Solomon and Nadia Sawalha had told bosses they wouldn't appear on the show with her.
Sharing a snap of her at the Loose Women studios, Coleen wrote: "Nothing printed in The Mail article today is true & I am taking legal advice about the slurs on me personally.
"We’ll also be addressing it on @loosewomen. Thanks for your support. Love Coleen xx."
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Stacey, 32, also hit back at the claims, writing underneath, "What Coleen said.
"I’m doing my absolute best not to highlight the article or mention the paper or say anything really that might get them the click bait reactions they are after."
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