Loose Women fans praise Charlene White’s ‘great’ voice after ITV show singalong
Loose Women fans have praised anchor Charlene White after she showed off her singing skills live on the ITV show.
Charlene, 41, joined forces with her co-stars Coleen Nolan, Linda Robson and Penny Lancaster for a special performance of Wham’s Last Christmas in a bid to impress their star guest, choirmaster Gareth Malone.
Before they aired the ladies’ performance, where they joked that they were channelling a girlband, Charlene told Gareth and viewers at home that they'd given it their best shot.
They then cut to a pre-recorded segment of the four women debuting their vocals as they each took it in turns to sing a part of the song.
And although The Nolans star Coleen is used to performing in front of a crowd, it was the show’s main host Charlene that caught viewers’ attention.
People tuning in at home took to social media to give their take on the ladies’ efforts, singling out Charlene as the one with the best vocals.
One person wrote: “We had Loose Women on in the office. Wow, Charlene White has a great voice. Is there nothing that Charlene cannot do.”
Another added: “Charlene White was the star of the show today and great at singing.”
A third said: “Loose Women loved the Last Christmas ladies! Wow Charlene White has a great singing voice.”
As others tweeted newsreader Charlene directly telling her she could “really sing” and that she stood out from the rest of the panel.
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This isn’t the first time that Loose Women viewers have discovered Charlene has a secret talent.
Earlier this year, the mum-of-two revealed she had previously worked as a teenage actor, including performances in hit series The Bill.
When ITV bosses surprised Charlene with a clip of her debut in The Bill, she explained she’d enjoyed a spot of acting when she was younger, but gave it up to pursue being a journalist.
She revealed: “A teacher told my parents that I was quite good at drama so recommended that I went to drama school so I did part time on a scholarship for a little bit.”
Charlene went on to say: “I loved it, I loved doing all the bits and pieces but my parents, as immigrants, are very much like, 'acting is not a proper job, you most certainly cannot do that in the future' so when I reached 18 I was done."
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