Loose Women in hysterics as very hungover Judi Love collapses on sofa after arriving in studio

A VERY hungover Judi Love had the Loose Women in stitches today as she arrived at the studio looking all partied out after the TV Baftas.

The comedian, 41, let her hair down at last night's swanky event but paid the price this morning.


She was filmed staggering into the green room wearing shades and with messy hair as her co-stars giggled.

With a hoarse voice, she said: "Morning, I'm fine."

It set her co-stars off even more, and Judi flung herself down on the sofa in between Jane Moore and Brenda Edwards.

Narrating the clip, Ruth Langsford said: "She basically falls down. She was a little, shall we say, delicate."

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Looking far perkier after having her hair and makeup done, Judi said: "I learned from you guys as professionals that the show must go on."

She added that she wasn't going to move much as the room was still a bit hazy.

"It was worth it," Judi continued. "It was a fantastic night, a great celebration and seeing people I've worked with from the start of the career and just doing so well."

Elsewhere in the show Brenda revealed she's not had her heating on for three months because of the cost of living crisis.

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The 52-year-old noted the amount of weapons aid the government is giving to Ukraine to help combat the Russians while seemingly doing little to tackle the energy price crisis back home.

She said: "I'm trying to save where I can. You hear they're sending 1.3 billion in military weapons support [to Ukraine] and then over here we don't feel we're getting that support at all. Why is something not being done about that?

"1.3 billion, again. That's a lot of money that could help a family with their young children."

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