Loose Women got a little awkward as the show chose to play a clip of Coleen Nolan singing – with the sound turned down.
The panel on Wednesday's instalment of the ITV show (18 October) were discussing the importance of leaving things on a high. And talk turned to how Coleen previously quit the daytime programme, only to return a couple of years later.
The star was on Loose Women from 2000 to 2011, when she stepped down in a hugely emotional episode. It was packed full of tributes and saw The Nolans star becoming tearful as she gave a rendition of Say Goodbye Today by Carole King accompanied by a guitarist and a pianist.
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The send-off came up on the latest episode, with a clip of Coleen's farewell song played for the other hosts and viewers. However, the sound wasn't played.
Coleen, 58, looked slightly baffled and told fellow presenters Jane Moore and Judi Love – and guest star Jill Scott – that there had been sound. However, Jane looked slightly awkward as she joked to her friend they had "chosen not to" play it with the volume up.
The TV star looked horrified and pretended to sob into her hands as the others giggled. She then moved on to talking about her Loose Women break, saying how happy she was to have returned to the programme.
"Out of everything I do, this is like home for me," she said, as people started to clap. Laughing, she then exclaimed: "Can I just say that doesn't mean I'm not available for other things!"
Jane then chimed in to say that in her opinion Loose Women was "the best job in television". "It is," agreed co-star Love. "I do love it."
Coleen said when she'd been off the programme she had missed everyone. "I did other things but I missed this," she said. "This is the one show where you can come on and you can just be who you are, whether people like you or not."
Loose Women airs weekdays at 12:30pm.
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