Jenny Powell Reveals She Left Loose Women Due To ‘Bullying’ – NewsFinale

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She officially left the ITV daytime show in 2005, but has appeared as a guest several times since.

And now, Jenny Powell, 54, has revealed that she left Loose Women because she was ‘bullied’ by her fellow panelists and didn’t like the ‘behind-the-scenes energy’.

17 years since she last appeared as a panelist on the show, the TV host jokingly described the energy on set as ‘fake’ as she explained her reasons for leaving.

Oh! Jenny Powell, 54, has revealed that she left Loose Women because she felt ‘intimidated’ by her fellow panelists and ‘didn’t like the energy behind the scenes’ (pictured as a guest in 2017)

Jenny told The Sun: ‘I fired him. I didn’t like the energy behind the scenes. I always felt a little intimidated by other women.

She was then heard describing the energy as ‘fake’ before adding: ‘No, I’m kidding. Maybe I’m just a little sensitive?

In September 2021, former panelist Saira Khan revealed that she was “hard to take” to some of her Loose Women co-stars and claimed that the talk show “got toxic”.

Oh! 17 years since she last appeared as a panelist on the show, the TV host jokingly described the energy on set as ‘fake’ as she explained her reasons for leaving.

Speaking to The Mirror eight months after leaving Loose Women, Saira explained why she left: ‘First of all, I was over the show.

“There were some women who just thought, ‘I have to put up with you to get the job done and in real life you wouldn’t be my friend.'” They would say the same about me

“Also, I shared a lot about myself on that show — my abuse, adoption, arranged marriage, and a lot of relationship stuff. You don’t get much thanks for that.

When asked if he considers his departure to be the right decision, Saira continued: ‘Yes. When you show up for a job where your heart isn’t in it, the only thing you can do is make a change. […]

“When you are discussing a topic with your friends in a very innocent way, the amount of trolling you get online is terrible. It just becomes toxic to women.

Awkward: In September 2021, former panelist Saira Khan revealed that there were certain women on the Loose Women panel that she “just had to put up with” to “get the job done.”

Co-stars: The star confessed that she ‘wouldn’t be friends in real life’ with all of her co-stars (pictured with former co-stars Andrea McLean, Coleen Nolan, Nadia Sawalha in 2019)

Saira announced that she would be leaving Loose Women, just two weeks after panelist Andrea McLean left the show.

When she announced her plans to leave in November 2020, Andrea broke down in tears, also detailing how her departure was also related to her nervous breakdown.

Andrea explained: ‘Like many people, this has been a time for enormous reflection and remembrance. A lot of people have been talking about how they can’t wait for life to go back to normal.

‘I, like many people, did that and thought, ‘Do I want my life to go back to the normal way it was before?’

Time to say goodbye! Andrea McLean announced her plans to leave Loose Women in November 2020 and revealed how her departure was also linked to her nervous breakdown.

She told viewers: ‘Last year I had a nervous breakdown and this year the world has had a nervous breakdown. This year I have been very mentally strong to deal with everything the pandemic has thrown at us.

‘You have a life, are you living it the way you want? Are you being brave? Are you doing what you want?

Getting emotional, Andrea added: ‘I didn’t think I was going to cry. I told you, ladies, just before we went on the air. I’m leaving Loose Women because I want to be brave…

“All the amazing feedback I got from my book and the support I was able to give it, I want to bring it to life. It was a very, very important decision to jump and see if I fall or if I fly. And I thought, I’ll never know unless I try, so I say goodbye to Loose Women’.

Emotional decision: The TV host broke down in tears when she shared the news that she would be walking away from the panel show

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