Loose Women’s Coleen Nolan sick of men bombarding her with c**k pics02/26/2020
Loose Women’s Coleen Nolan feels sick that men keep bombarding her with snaps of their private parts on Instagram.
The telly star has pleaded with the creeps to stop sending willy pics.
She has been pestered since she split from her husband Ray Fensome more than a year ago.
Angry Coleen, 54, said: “I wish they’d stop – they make me feel sick!
“I’d rather see their face than their you-know-what!
“When you’re a recently divorced woman, people expect you to be desperate to meet someone else, but I’m enjoying being single.
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“I’m not ruling anything out, but I’m too busy to date.”
The former Nolans singer famously had an on-screen fallout with fellow Celebrity Big Brother contestant Kim Woodburn leading to her getting social media abuse.
Now she censors herself “loads” on the ITV daytime show and has tightened her online security because her struggles with trolls.
“It’s very difficult now because it’s so out there, and for some reason, people do become obsessed with reading it all, and it does affect you,” she said.
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“You’d have to be made of steel for it not to affect you.
“It was affecting me.
“I was going to bed and not sleeping because of some awful comment I’d read.
“I think there needs to be rules put in place, but I think it’s so hard to police.
“I’ve been doing Loose Women for like 19 years and the difference to what we can talk about now to what we could talk about 19 years ago is immense.
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“And now a lot of it is ‘no we aren’t going to talk about that’ because it’ll just be picked up by social media or we’ll get trolled, and you kind of then have to edit yourself.
“It’s really hard because we’re an opinion based show but sadly if your opinion nowadays differs from anyone the whole world comes down on ya.”
The mum-of-three is preparing to launch her acting career this autumn when she embarks on a UK tour of The Thunder Girls, a play about a fictional 80s girl group.
She stars alongside Beverley Callard (Coronation Street), Carol Harrison (Eastenders) and Gary Webster (Minder).
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