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Exciting news for Loose Women fans as show returns for one-off special

Christine Lampard, Stacey Solomon and Nadia Sawalha will be back on our screens

Viewers of Loose Women will have a break from the repeat episodes on Thursday as the show is set to return to screens. Regulars such as Christine Lampard, Stacey Solomon, Brenda Edwards and Nadia Sawalha will be presenting the show from the comfort of their own homes for a very special one-off episode to mark NHS day.

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The daytime panel show, whose live shows were recently pulled off air due to the lockdown restrictions surrounding the coronavirus pandemic, will return as part of the special day, coined by ITV as a way of dedicating programming to celebrate and thank NHS front line workers as they tirelessly contribute to the fight of the pandemic.

The Loose Women stars have been adjusting to the new way of working and have revealed what they have been missing about the show. Panellist Kaye Adams took to Instagram to express her sadness at missing the show, writing: "Truly missing these lovely ladies and all of the @loosewomen today. Can't wait till we're all back together again!" with Christine agreeing, commenting underneath: "likewise" alongside a series of kissing emojis.

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Kaye posted this throwback of her Loose Women colleagues

As well as Loose Women, the channel's whole schedule will be focused on the special event on Thursday, featuring specially themed content across all of the flagship ITV Daytime shows and more. The day of recognition will kick off at 6am with Piers and Susanna for Good Morning Britain, before handing over to Lorraine at 9am. Eamonn and Ruth will then present from their usual This Morning slot at 10am, before handing over to the Loose Women special at 12.30pm.

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Across the day will see stories and heartfelt gratitude from survivors of covid-19 and their families, before pausing at 8pm for the 'clap for carers' campaign. Emma Gormley, Managing Director, ITV Daytime said: "Like everyone else in the country we want to say a massive thank you to our NHS heroes. We look forward to a day of extra special programmes in celebration and gratitude for our amazing NHS staff and all they continue to do for us."

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