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How we made Loose Women

‘When I saw Nadia, I thought I won’t get on with her – any woman with toe-rings is not my kind of woman’
‘One minute we’re roaring with laughter, the next we’re crying with misery’ … (from left) Kaye Adams, Nadia Sawalha, Jane Moore and Phillippa Kennedy. Photograph: ITV/REX/Shutterstock

Kaye Adams, presenter

I got a call asking me to screen test for a new all-female lunchtime panel show. It was summer, always a slow time for TV, so I thought: “Why not?” The remit was that we would talk about anything and everything from a female point of view, but it didn’t have to be limited to women’s issues.

I remember walking in, suited and booted, to the studios in Westminster and seeing [co-presenter] Nadia for the first time.

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