Loose Women row as Janet Street-Porter brands Coleen Nolan a 'pig' before on-air apology | The Sun

LOOSE Women star Janet Street-Porter shocked co-star Coleen Nolan today when she branded her a "pig".

The singer, 57, looked horrified at the remark from her 75-year-old colleague on the show.

Speaking about PM Boris Johnson, Janet referred to his nickname, which comes from getting out of scrapes.

She said: "Slippery pig" adding: "That goes with you, Coleen."

Coleen looked shocked, but Janet ploughed on, later issuing an explanation saying the jibe was not intended.

She said, following a commercial break: "Can I say I did not call you a greased piglet.

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"Just briefly, I love Coleen dearly and if something came out of my mouth that sounded like greased piglet it was not intended."

The star replied: "It's alright, I went backstage and sizzled away with anger."

Janet joked, continuing the pork theme: "I thought she was going to streak off, but we've got her back."

Coleen referenced the remarks throughout the show, asking: "Should I change my name to Percy Pig?"

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She even brought it up during an interview with musician David Essex after he picked up on a strange vibe between the pair.

He said: "What's going on between you two?"

Janet shot back: "Oh she thinks I called her a pig earlier."

The 74-year-old musician asked: "Why did you call her a pig?"

Janet replied: "Oh you take her side just because you shared a bill with her back in the day."

Host Christine Lampard tried to get the interview back on track, dismissing the tiff as "daytime banter".

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