Coleen Nolan wowed with her weight loss on her comeback to the Loose Women studios.
The Loose Women star joined her panellists Ruth Langsford, Janet Street Porter and Brenda Edwards in the studio for the first time amid the coronavirus pandemic on Tuesday.
Crediting her new vegan diet for the change, Coleen wanted to overhaul her eating habits following her sisters Linda and Anne were rediagnosed with cancer.
Linda has been living with incurable cancer but Anne has been given the all-clear following treatment.
Coleen said the weight has been falling off her since she started the diet spurred on by her sister's cancer battle.
And she enthused she was feeling the best she's felt in years.
She told the panel: "Never weighed myself. The weight comes off. What I'm bothered about is I feel so much better.
"Yeah best I've felt for years. Main reason for doing it is as you know my sister [Linda] has been re-diagnosed with cancer.
"I've got to do this now."
Janet had no qualms pointing out that her vegan lifestyle wouldn't necessarily protect her from cancer.
Coleen fired back: "That's not for me to say, I would suggest that you watch the programmes."
Admittedly Coleen said she initially missed dairy and chocolate in her diet but now she's got used to it.
She said: "Some of it I don't. I just can't. I'm a real love my dairy and chocolate. I've got used to it. I've changed my taste buds. Now I'm eating to live rather than eating to live."
Her co-stars were gushing over how "fantastic" she was looking on her return.
Brenda confessed she almost didn't recognise the star to begin with because of her weight loss.
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