Kelly Brook has said she didn't enjoy being a panellist on Loose Women.
In 2018, the model joined the ITV daytime show but left later that year after clashing with co-stars and receiving negative comments from viewers.
Speaking about her time on the show, Kelly said she felt the audience didn't like her because she was the 'childless, glamorous one'.
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Kelly told MailOnline : "The trouble with Loose Women is that the panel can’t all have the same opinion.
"I was always on that show as the childless, glamorous one. It didn’t work.
"Most people sitting at home watching have got children — and I didn’t have the same life as that audience.
"I was always going to be the unpopular one.
"I felt there was so much negativity aimed towards me. I would come off air and I’d go on Twitter — and see the things people were saying about me.
"Loose Women wasn’t for me. I gave it a shot but I didn’t like it and I don’t think the audience liked me either."
In the past few months, there have been a number of changes to Loose Women.
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Last November, Andrea McLean said she was leaving the show after 13 years so she could focus on her new membership website.
Saira Khan left with immediate effect on January 3 this year and was replaced by Frankie Bridge.
And following Andrea's departure, Charlene White became the regular anchor presenter on the show.