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(1999– )

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In September 2016, Vicky Pattison was forced to deny rumours that she had been dropped from the show for rowdy behaviour, after it was revealed she would be leaving the series after nine months.
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Appearing on the show in 2008, Joan Rivers unintentionally swore live on air, falsely believing that the show was pre-recorded and that her swearing would be bleeped out.
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In January 2012, Andrea McLean was due to present an episode, but suffered a huge panic attack seconds before the show went to air. Ruth Langsford, who had been presenting This Morning in the same building, was forced to stand in at the last-minute. McLean later spoke of her panic attack in depth, in an attempt to highlight the problems faced by sufferers of anxiety.
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The show aired its 2500th episode on 29 April 2016.
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On 13th November 2015, presenter Andrea McLean stated twice on the show that there was a growing number of paedophiles. Her assertion went unchallenged, despite the lack of any evidence to actually support such a claim.
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In September 2000, the show rebranded as 'Live Talk' and production was moved from London to Manchester, with the show now becoming more of a vehicle for Kaye Adams and Nadia Sawalha.

'Live Talk' aired for just over a year, before it reverted back to the Loose Women name and production returned to London.
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