Loose Women in chaos as part of the set collapses live on air | The Sun

LOOSE Women descended into chaos today as the set wall dramatically collapsed.

The stars were sat at the table when behind them the wall caved completely in – making everyone jump.

Denise Welch and Paris Fury, who were sitting closest to it, looked terrified as anchor Jane Moore tried to continue.

The wall was fixed by the time they returned from the next ad break.

Those watching the show joked that Denise was behind the incident after getting very worked up over Matt Hancock.

One person joked: “Did @RealDeniseWelch hang a pic of Matt  Hancock on the set then kick fk out of it on  #LooseWomen in the ad break.”

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A second said: “Denise obvs punching walls or something now eh 😂 #loosewomen.”

During the show Denise expressed her ‘disgust’ and ‘anger’ about the MP taking part in I’m A Celebrity.

She raged: "I was very vocal about Covid restrictions, some being incredibly unnecessary and the impact that would have on people’s lives, livelihoods and mental health.

"And Matt Hancock was at the forefront of those. We all know now that whilst we weren't allowed to see our granny and anybody, and I am included in this, who had a family member in hospital or in a home during Covid.

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"My dad subsequently died of pneumonia, but nevertheless I wasn't allowed to see him at certain times and I live with the pain of that every day."

She continued: "Whilst he was having an affair with some woman in the broom closet or wherever he was and while the government, from day one of this, were carrying on in Downing Street.”

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