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Loose Women thrown into chaos as panel cry, scream and burst into giggles over ‘doomed’ segment on pet star signs

LOOSE Women descended into chaos on Friday when a "doomed" segment on pet star signs aired.

The panel tried to read their cats and dogs' star signs, and Kaye Adams kicked off the slew of errors by failing to deliver a pun.

The Loose ladies wanted to see if they were compatible with their pets, and if their star signs matched.

But the presenters had a meltdown over the car-crash feature that was full of blunders.

Each presenter had to share a star sign reading but got everything mixed up- and Nadia Sawalha couldn't stop laughing.

Kaye ended up begging producers to cut to the adverts as more mistakes took place.

She barked at the camera: "Go to an advert break please!"

She had tried to throw in a pun as she introduced the bizarre segment but couldn't get her words out.

She told viewers: "Are you competable, or should I say comp - pet - able, with your cats. Or compatible?"

She added: "Someone put some tonic in my drink ... What we're saying is pets have got star signs too."

Stacey was then supposed to read a star sign for Judi Love's cat, but left the actress confused when she said: "Is it Leo, your cat?"

The comedian replied: "No, what? It's Bella."

They eventually gave up and Stacey said: "I can't believe I'm reading out pets' star signs."

Last week Susan Boyle appeared on Loose Women for the first time and left everyone blushing with confessions about her sex life.

She wasted no time in divulging the secrets to her love life, as she revealed her last date was around six years ago, when she went "missing" with a doctor.

The panel asked if Susan ever went on dates and the Britain's Got Talent winner replied: "You mean go with fellas? No, youngsters may be able to do it, but I haven't got the time. It is still nice to be asked though.

"I had a date in America six yeas ago, which lasted exactly 45 minutes.

"I went for a massage in the spa of a hotel and met a doctor and then we went out for lunch. I didn't tell anyone and my team thought I'd been kidnapped.

"They were really panicking because I had a show that night. The guy was nice, but he wasn't for me. I couldn't be dealing with keeping up with the correspondence."

She added: "I came back with a smile on my face. Let's just say he rubbed me up the right way."

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