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The Queen of daytime TV and The Nolan’s diva has celebrated a decade of TV success on our screens on two of  ITV1’s flagship shows Loose Women and This Morning and reunited with her sisters for a sell-out tour and DVD release for the 30th anniversary of their international hit ‘I’m In The Mood’. Coleen is not one to sit on her laurels… As well as Coleen’s TV work, she has  published six books – two number one bestsellers, including her fiction line, she was the face of Iceland and the face of Park Christmas savings, presented ITV’s prime time Dancing on Ice Friday show, hosted her own SKY series The Secret Guide to Women’s Health, taken over the iconic role as the Daily Mirror’s agony aunt, being read by over ten million a week as she answers their problems big or small which led to her being the regular agony aunt on The Alan Titchmarsh Show.

Coleen has presented in The Hub on This Morning and has launched an exclusive fashion collection designed for real women with online retailer Marisota. Coleen was the last woman standing in the Celebrity Big Brother house in 2012 and returned to the Celebrity Big Brother House in 2017 where she was crowned the winner. Coleen has rejoined ITV1’s Loose Women as a regular panelist and has recently been seen playing The Fairy Godmother in Cinderella at the beautiful Alhambra Theatre in Bradford.

Coleen has revealed that she's going to raise money for cancer by taking part in the Real Full Monty! The Loose Women panelist chatted about raising awareness with the cheeky striptease performance with Diversity's Ashley Banjo, who choreographed the celebrity charity dance in 2017, and is due to do it again with a new group of male celebrities on ITV this year. Chatting about the idea, Ashley said: "We had a chat didn't we, Coleen? We had a chat about how cancer isn't something that only affects men, it affects women as well. I've done The Real Full Monty for men and we were talking about expanding it."

Coleen revealed that she would love to get an all-female team together, saying: "We were saying about, 'Wouldn't it be good to get a women Full Monty together?'" Ashley was enthusiastic about the idea, saying: "I think it would be incredible. It is going to happen and… I think Coleen's over the edge… We are doing this to raise awareness, to make an impact, to make noise for, obviously for cancers, but also for body confidence. If we didn’t get it all out it wouldn't count."

Viewers were quick to praise the idea of the all-female Full Monty, with one writing: "OMG I love the idea of a lady Full Monty, let's make this happen," while another added: "The Ladies Real Full Monty is a fantastic idea, if you can't get enough celebrities I will do it in a heartbeat." So when will we see the female version on our screens? According to Coleen, she still needs to get some celebrity volunteers, explaining: "We were just talking about it, we are still at the early stages. I've got to recruit women. We are at the early stages, can I just say. I haven't fully agreed."


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