Loose Women are desperate for Coleen Nolan to come back to the panel.
The TV presenter is taking some time away from the show having scrapped all upcoming work commitments in the wake of the Kim Woodburn bullying row.
Vile trolls targeted Coleen following her fiery row with Kim Woodburn , which ended with her storming out of the studio in tears.
A week later, emotional Coleen broke down in tears on This Morning on as she sobbed about the "worst week of my life".
Coleen has not appeared on Loose Women since, but all her fellow panelists want her back in the studio with them.
Coleen Nolan and Kim Woodburn
Co-star Nadia Sawalha has revealed that Coleen will be coming back – but her return date is uncertain.
Speaking to the Daily Star , she said: "Everybody’s in contact with her.
"Everybody’s supporting her, and we can’t wait to have her back on the show."
On whether Coleen would return, she added: "Oh God, yes. Yes [Coleen’s coming back]. I don’t know [when], I’ll probably find out tomorrow (Thursday) because I’m on the show then."
Nadia confessed that the heated clash Coleen and Celebrity Big Brother nemesis Kim had been upsetting for everyone involved.
She slammed the nasty trolls that have been abusing Coleen online but said she doesn’t like commenting as it gives them power.
Earlier this month Kaye Adams addressed Coleen’s absence and pledged her support to her fellow panelist.
Kaye said: "Before we get started, as some of you may be aware Coleen is taking some time away from Loose Women.
"We all just want to send her our love and best wishes. Coleen is a brilliant Loose Woman and we really hope to see her back here very soon indeed."
Coleen previously confessed that the controversy surrounding the interview had hit her so hard she decide to temporarily leave her Loose Women role.
In a statement on behalf of the TV presenter and singer, her rep said: "Following the constant online bullying, trolling and misrepresentation of her words actions and reactions, it is with sad regret that Coleen is taking an immediate hiatus from all her current commitments including Loose Women and postponing her Never Too Late solo concert tour.
"Coleen has spent 50 years in showbusiness and 18 years as one of the most loved members of the Loose Women panel, and has never been subjected to such a horrifying torrent of online abuse of such a heart-breaking attack on her reputation."
The statement added: "Coleen is devastated to let her supporters and fans down, but is currently not strong enough to withstand this constant and unfounded online abuse, so she will be taking time out and spending it with her children and family where she feels loved and respected.
"She sends her love to everyone who has supported her and knows who she really is and plans to return when she feels stronger."
*Loose Women airs weekdays on ITV at 12.30pm
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