Denise Welch has openly acknowledged the necessity of self-censorship when it comes to recounting tales on live television.
Initially, she gained recognition for her roles in popular soap operas such as Coronation Street, Waterloo Road, and Hollyoaks. Denise first joined the Loose Women cast between 2005 and 2013, later making her return to the show in 2018.
While she is renowned for her candid demeanor on the panel show, the 65-year-old entertainer revealed that this unreserved approach has sometimes caused friction with her loved ones.
Denise further elaborated on how sharing a specific anecdote on air had upset her sister.
Recounting a past incident where she came off air only to discover that her sister Debbie was upset due to the revelation of intimate details about her private life, Denise provided a detailed account of the occurrence during a recent episode of Loose Women Live.
She commented, “After being part of a show for as long as this one, you learn the art of self-editing. Sometimes, our families watching at home are on edge,”
Denise recalled, “There was one instance when I came off air, and I had said something that got a hearty laugh.
“My phone was constantly buzzing. It was my sister. I asked her, ‘Are you alright?’ She replied, ‘No, I’m not. Everyone is staring at me.’
She continued, ‘I had just broadcast to the entire nation that she had engaged in a romantic encounter with the best man on top of a snooker table!’
Denise was joined on stage by her fellow panelists Linda Robson, Jane Moore, and Charlene White in her hometown of Newcastle. Together, they provided the audience with a more daring version of the daytime program.
In addition to addressing serious subjects and taking questions from the audience, Denise attempted to teach her co-panelists a Geordie accent, and the ladies engaged in a risqué game of Never Have I Ever.
Earlier this year, Denise also made headlines on the show as she delved into explicit details about a certain dating app.
During a discussion about an app designed to assist couples living together in managing household chores, Denise abruptly expressed her boredom and steered the conversation toward a different app.
Denise expressed her interest, saying, “What truly captivates my attention is an app I learned about a few weeks ago… It’s essentially a guide to maintaining a long-distance romantic relationship,”
Enthusiastically, she insisted that a ‘friend’ had informed her about the app and proceeded to provide a detailed explanation of how it functions.
‘The girl has something that goes in,’ here she helpfully acted out where it went in – ‘and he has a tube.’
She added: ‘And on the app you do jiggy jigs with each other.’
Loose Women airs weekdays from 12.30 pm on ITV1.
Source My Celebrity Life.