Loose Women: Ruth Langsford calls Coleen Nolan a 'former friend'
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This Morning host Ruth Langsford, 61, hinted at cutting ties with Coleen Nolan, 56, on Loose Women this afternoon after she continued to tease her over being the other woman and running off with her husband Eamonn Holmes, 61. Coleen couldn’t resist adding to a running joke on the ITV show, which involved Ruth’s other half Eamonn leaving her for an imaginary woman named “Tiffany”.
The witty exchange was prompted by the panelists weighing in on whether people should stay in contact with their friend’s ex partner.
After the song I Think We’re Alone Now by Tiffany played, Coleen cheekily quipped: “Ruth does that ring a bell?
“It’s Tiffany! I think we’re alone now, Eamonn!”
Comedian and fellow Loose Women star Judi Love then chimed: “Coleen, are you disappointed it’s not you?”
Coleen then joked: “It’s not me. It could be me!”
Ruth responded: “Ah, a friend slips in, someone close!”
Coleen mischievously exclaimed: “My pseudonym could be Tiffany.”
However, Ruth was quick to shut the joke down, as she branded Coleen her “former friend”.
While speaking to viewers, Ruth said: “It’s lovely to have your company this afternoon.
“Alongside me, Ruth Langsford, is my former friend Coleen Nolan, Jane Moore and Judi Love.”
It comes after Coleen fumed over a discussion about whether the Omicron variant of COVID-19 could threaten Christmas going ahead as normal.
After The Nolans singer admitted to her fellow panelists that she’d already put up her Christmas decorations, Ruth told Coleen: “Everyone’s saying ‘What about Christmas?’ because, you remember last year, everyone was planning their Christmas and then it didn’t happen.”
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Not wanting to consider a disrupted Christmas as a possibility, Coleen fired back: “Ruth, I’m sitting here surrounded by Christmas trees, I am not even listening to this conversation anymore because [singing] it’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, so just shut up.
“I am getting on with my life, and getting on with Christmas.”
Meanwhile, Ruth and Eamonn are set to spend Christmas apart this year, as he will be spending time with his elderly parents who live in Ireland and are unable to travel to England.
However, Eamonn recently admitted his recent injury and health struggles have left him worrying he wouldn’t be able to cope if he didn’t have wife Ruth by his side.
He said in a column for Best magazine: “For the past seven months, being incapacitated with back and leg problems has really scared me.
“What if there was no one there to help me with the little things? To fetch and carry, cook and clean and generally ask if I needed anything?
“Bit by bit, I am getting better – but let me cut a long story short. Outside family, nobody cares and sometimes, I’m sure for many of you, even they don’t.
“We are all too busy with our own lives and problems. Our employers, by and large, want us to be an asset, not a burden. Nobody is coming. We are basically on our own.
“None more so than people who are too well to be in care homes, but too incapacitated to look after themselves. And one day, any of those people could be any one of us.”
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