Denise Welch has hit back at Myleene Klass, who commented that she felt the ‘Loose Women’ panel had become too “post-menopausal” and “ranty” before she joined.
Denise quit the panel show last summer because she felt producers were making too many changes. After her exit, Carol McGiffin, Lisa Maxwell and Jane McDonald also left the show.
Myleene, who joined the panel back in January, had previously told The Daily Mail: “I love ‘Loose Women’. It's nice to be able to articulate and get things out there. But I feel it was getting a bit misogynistic, a bit post-menopausal or pre-menopausal and ranty.
"That's not how women should be represented so it's nice they've refreshed the panel and we can talk about politics, fashion designers and what else is going on in the week."
However the ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ winner was clearly not impressed with Myleene’s comments and tweeted her directly to vent her anger.
She claimed she was “disappointed” in a tweet that has since vanished from her account, though not before people had the chance to screenshot it, adding: “Sadly ratings suggest most viewers don’t agree with you.”
‘Loose Women’ has seen a big reshuffle on its panel lately, with the introduction of both Myleene and Jamelia, and the return of former stars like Coleen Nolan, Nadia Sawalha and Kaye Adams.
A number of famous faces have also made guest spots on the panel lately including Steps singer Claire Richards, Olympic swimmer Rebecca Adlington and former Girls Aloud star Kimberley Walsh.
Meanwhile 'Loose Women' anchor Carol Vorderman recently revealed she'd like the show to have a "Man Monday" to shake things up on the show a bit more.