Coleen Nolan tells Piers Morgan ‘you’re really nice’ after furious GMB exit

Coleen Nolan tells Piers Morgan ‘you’re really nice’ after furious GMB exit


Coleen Nolan took centre stage on Piers Morgan's Life Stories to talk about her life, pop star career and being a Loose Women panel member.

The 56-year-old opened up in the candid interview spilling intimate secrets about her family and her time in the spotlight.

But the former Nolan sister gave Piers quite a pleasant surprise as she landed a gushy compliment before hugging the former Good Morning Britain news anchor.

As the interview was wrapping up, a shock Coleen joked: "You're actually really nice," with the discussion seemingly going better than she had envisaged.

During the ITV interview the pair delved into an in-depth chat, rediscovering Coleen's childhood and talking about her past, including her rise to fame as pop star in the 1970s.

The conversation quickly turned to the abuse that Coleen's sister Anne had suffered by their late father Tommy, who passed away in 1998.

It wasn't until Anne was much older that she found the confidence to speak out about what had happened, leaving Coleen and her sisters devastated.

Addressing her thoughts on the ordeal, the ITV panellist said: "I cried because there was an element of 'did he not love me because he hadn't'… I thought he must have loved Anne more and I felt revolted by myself."

At the time, Anne opened up about the sexual abuse she had suffered in a column for the Daily Mail.

She said: "I trusted him. Maybe this was something dads did with their daughters. My overwhelming reaction was one of puzzlement.

"I remember thinking to myself: 'Why is Dad doing this?'

“Then, a couple of days later, it happened again and then the day after that.

"I wasn't yet feeling something as strong as revulsion because I was ignorant about what was happening, but somewhere deep in my subconscious was the realisation that something was wrong.”

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