After growing his hair in lockdown, the former Strictly Come Dancing star shaved it all off in aid of a charity close to his heart.
Exclusive: Loose Women panellist calls out media organisation for its assertion that the UK press is "not racist".
Many fans of the madcap ITV show believe the Loose Women star is the singing saveloy.
The Loose Women were also shown their animated selves, and needless to say Janet Street Porter was not impressed.
Loose Women's Saira Khan Admits She Had To 'Tolerate' Certain Panellists: 'Some I Really Don't Miss'
The former Apprentice star announced she'd quit the ITV lunchtime show earlier this month.
The Loose Women presenter's comments about the violent protests have not gone down well.
A chart-topping pop star, Loose Women duo and award-winning rapper are also taking part.
Problems with postal entries were identified across a number of competitions.
She will make her last appearance on the ITV daytime show before Christmas.
Marvin Humes will be on hosting duties for the very special episode of the ITV daytime show.
About Loose Women
Airing after 'This Morning' every weekday on ITV, 'Loose Women' has gone on to become one of the channel's most popular shows. During its heyday, it featured panellists as varied as Denise Welch, Carol McGiffin, Carol Vorderman, Jane McDonald and the late Lynda Bellingham, as well as interviews with showbiz legends like Dolly Parton, Britney Spears and Joan Rivers. Currently on the panel are stars like Coleen Nolan, Janet Street-Porter, Jane Moore and Kaye Adams, who discuss the week's headlines in a straight-talking and direct fashion that has become typical of 'Loose Women'. Over the years, the show has caused controversy on a number of occasions, such as when Coleen Nolan compared supporting gay rights to supporting ISIS, or Jamelia's comments about how plus-sized shoppers â€œshould feel ashamedâ€ of themselves. Judy Finnigan was also met with a backlash when, during her debut appearance on the panel, called for viewers to forgive convicted rapist Ched Evans, saying that his attack on a young woman was a â€œnon-violent rapeâ€, and that he should be allowed to return to playing football professionally when his prison sentence ended. Other stars currently on the panel include June Sarpong, Ruth Langsford, Andrea McLean, Saira Khan, Penny Lancaster, Jamelia, Gloria Hunniford, Linda Robson and Nadia Sawalha. 2016 also saw the likes of Katie Price, Vicky Pattison, Lisa Riley, Stacey Solomon, Martine McCutcheon join the line-up, as well as the departure of Sherrie Hewson.