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Loose Women All-Black Panel Is Praised By Viewers For ‘Refreshing’ Representation

Loose Women has been praised for its Tuesday show in which there was an all-black panel for the first-ever time in its 21 years airing. 

The popular daytime ITV show was presented by Charlene White, with Kelle Bryan, Judi Love and Brenda Edwards alongside her on the panel.

The move has been branded a positive step by viewers of the show, with it being dubbed as “refreshing” and pleasing to finally see some “representation” on the show.

The panel discussed a series of controversial issues, including whether or not you should smack your child as a form of discipline.

It is illegal for a parent or carer to smack a child in the UK unless it amounts to reasonable punishment.

Kelle said: “I was very firm in the fact that I didn’t want my children to be smacked because of what I went through as a child.”

She then went on to explain how when she was young and would misbehave, her parents would hit her with a slipper. Her dad believed that children only misbehave when they’re not “disciplined properly.”

The Hollyoaks star added: “There’s more than one way to discipline a child.”

One of the hosts presenting Loose Women was Brenda Edwards. Credit: ITV

The panel also discussed who is responsible for feeding the nation’s children, whether or not you can be too old for sexy dancing and should you show off your love online.

After the cameras stopped rolling, Charlene disclosed that she had burst into tears at the monumental moment.

She said: “Thank you guys for all the tweets, messages, calls, and DMs.

“Yep we made history today. And when the cameras stopped rolling, I burst into tears.”

Featured Image Credit: ITV

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